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Fiscal Year (FY) 2019–2020 budget and corresponding employee association agreements have been approved by the Board of Education and include salary increases for eligible employees. This page will walk you through some of the negotiated changes and help you determine if you are eligible to receive a salary increase.
To find out if you will receive a FY 2019 salary increase, begin by doing the following:
1. Determine your current pay status (e.g., your current salary step). To find your current pay status—
2. Determine your pay status as of July 1, 2011 (FY 2012) (MCAAP/MCBOA members will not need this information.)
3. After you have gathered your current and FY 2012 pay information, review the information below that is specific to your union; i.e., MCAAP/MCBOA, MCEA, or SEIU. It will help you determine whether or not you are eligible for a FY 2019 salary increase.
Eligible SEIU employees will receive a make-up step for FY 2012, effective July 1, 2018. To determine your eligibility, first ask yourself the following two questions:
If you answered "yes" to either of these questions, you are NOT eligible for the FY 2012 make-up step.
If you answered "no" to both questions, you MAY be eligible for the make-up step. Click on the link below for an infographic* that will ask these and additional questions to help you determine your eligibility for the make-up step.
SEIU FY12 Make-up Step
The SEIU salary schedule has been revised to include steps 11–17, effective July 1, 2018. Current off-scale steps 50 and 60 will be added to the salary schedule as regular steps 13 and 17. Unit members on step 10, 50, or 60 on June 30, 2018, will be placed on steps 10 through 17 based on the date they first reached step 10.
If you will be on step 10, 50, or 60 on June 30, 2018, click on the link below for an infographic* that will help you determine or approximate your new step.
New Steps in SEIU Salary Schedule
All eligible employees will receive a FY 2019 step increase effective July 1, 2018. Click on the link below for an infographic* that will ask questions to help you determine if you are eligible for the FY 2019 step increase:
4. Compare the outcome with the FY 2019 Salary Schedules Effective July 1, 2018. Now that you know your current step and what you will receive, refer to the salary schedules to see exactly how that translates to dollars and cents.
For more information regarding the 2019-2020 budget and negotiated agreements, visit the Office of Employee Engagement and Labor Relations web page.
*When viewing onscreen, simply click the “+” sign that appears at the bottom of your screen to increase the size of the infographic.