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ARTICLE 11 - WAGES
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Section 1.

A. Fiscal Year 1999/2000

1. Effective October 3, 1999, all eligible employees whose base hourly rate is below the maximum of their pay range (excluding any certification differential pay) as of October 2, 1999, shall have their base hourly rate adjusted upward up to five percent (5%) not to exceed the maximum rate of their pay range. Those employees below the maximum of the pay range and limited to an increase of less than five percent (5%) to their base hourly pay due to the maximum of the pay range, shall receive a one-time cash gross lump sum amount equal to the difference between five percent (5%) and the percentage increase received (such gross lump sum payments shall be rounded to the nearest dollar). Those employees receiving a full five percent (5%) increase to their base hourly rate will not be eligible for a lump sum payment.

2. Those employees whose base hourly rate is at or above the maximum rate of their pay range (excluding any certification differential pay) as of October 2, 1999, will not be eligible for a base hourly adjustment as provided in Section A.1 above. Rather, such employees will receive a one-time cash gross lump sum amount equal to five percent (5%) of the employee’s base hourly rate.

3. Effective September 30, 2000, all pay range minimum and

maximum rates of pay will be adjusted upward five percent (5%), as reflected in revised Appendix “A1".

B. Fiscal Year 2000/2001

1. Effective October 1, 2000, all pay range minimum and maximum rates of pay will be adjusted upward five percent (5%)  , as reflected in revised Appendix "A2".

2. Effective the first full pay period in October (October 1, 2000), all eligible employees whose base hourly rate is below the maximum of their pay range (excluding any certification differential pay) as of October 1, 2000 (after the 5% range extension has been implemented), shall have their base hourly rate adjusted upward up to five percent (5%)  not to exceed the maximum rate of their pay range. Those employees below the maximum of the pay range and limited to an increase of less than five  percent (5%)  to their base hourly pay due to the maximum of the pay range, shall receive a one-time cash gross lump sum amount equal to the difference between five percent (5%)  and the percentage increase received (such gross lump sum payments shall be rounded to the nearest dollar). Those employees receiving a full five percent (5%) increase to their base hourly rate will not be eligible for a lump sum payment.

3. Those employees whose base hourly rate is at or above the maximum rate of their pay range (excluding any certification differential pay) as of October 1, 2000, will not be eligible for a base hourly adjustment as provided in Section B.1 above. Rather, such employees will receive a one-time cash gross lump sum amount equal to five percent (5%) of the employee’s base hourly rate.

C. Fiscal Year 2001/2002

1. Effective October 1, 2001, all pay range minimum and maximum rates of pay will be adjusted upward five percent (5%), as reflected in revised Appendix "A3".

2. Effective the first full pay period in October (October 14, 2001), all eligible employees whose base hourly rate is below the maximum of their pay range (excluding any certification differential pay) as of October 13, 2001, shall have their base hourly rate adjusted upward up to five  percent (5%)  not to exceed the maximum rate of their pay range. Those employees below the maximum of the pay range and limited to an increase of less than five percent (5%) to their base hourly pay due to the maximum of the pay range, shall receive a one-time cash gross lump sum amount equal to the difference between five  percent (5%) and the percentage increase received (such gross lump sum payments shall be rounded to the nearest dollar). Those employees receiving a full five percent (5%)  increase to their base hourly rate will not be eligible for a lump sum payment.

3. Those employees whose base pay hourly rate is at or above the maximum rate of their pay range (excluding any certification differential pay) as of October 13, 2001, will not be eligible for a base hourly adjustment as provided in Section C.1 above. Rather, such employees will receive a one-time cash gross lump sum amount equal to five  percent (5%)  of the employee’s base hourly rate.

D. An employee not employed in a Bargaining Unit position on one of the wage increase effective dates reflected in Section 1 of this Article shall not receive the pay increase for that fiscal year. The employee shall be eligible for an increase in the subsequent fiscal year as provided for in Section 1 (A, B, or C). If an employee returns to a previously held Bargaining Unit position as a result of not completing a promotional probationary period, and the employee missed a contractual annual increase while serving the promotional probation, the pay rate established upon returning to the Bargaining Unit will include the missed annual increase.

Section 2.

Longevity Plan: For fiscal year 1999/2000 and 2000/2001 the longevity plan described in this section shall apply to Bargaining Unit members.

FY00 - FY02 Combined Pay Plan (PDF)