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Date: January 20, 2015

Bulletin Number: 1371

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Subject

Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) Local 1000 Dues and Agency Shop Fee Increase.

Purpose

To notify agencies of an automatic Dues and Agency Shop Fee increase for certain employees represented by CSEA.

Affected Employees

Employees represented by CSEA Local 1000 in Bargaining Units 02, 03, 04, 41, 42, 47, 79, 87 and 97.

Effective Date(s)

Administrative Paychecks dated January 14, 2015.     
Institution Paychecks dated January 22, 2015.

OSC Actions

OSC will automatically increase the biweekly deduction for Dues (Code 201) and Agency Shop Fee (Code 212) based on the annual salary amounts as follows:

Annual Salary

Deduction Amount

Under  $5,000

$  6.29

$5,000  to $9,999

$  9.35

$10,000 to $12,999

$12.89

$13,000 to $15,999

$15.64

$16,000 to $21,999

$17.51

$22,000 to $27,999

$19.44

$28,000 to $29,999

$19.80

$30,000 to $31,999

$21.00

$32,000 to $33,999

$22.06

$34,000 to $35,999

$22.46

$36,000 to $37,999

$23.59

$38,000 to $39,999

$24.74

$40,000 to $44,999

$25.57

$45,000 to $49,999

$26.21

$50,000 to $54,999

$26.86

$55,000 to $59,999

$27.51

$60,000 and over

$28.17

Note: The annual salary amounts above exclude additional salary factors.

Dues and Agency Shop Fee amounts for part-time, annual salaried employees are calculated based on the employee’s part-time percentage.

Dues and Agency Shop Fee amounts for employees who receive an increase to base salary, Increment or Longevity Pay with an effective date after January 1, 2015 will remain at the same amount for calendar year 2015.

The deduction amount for hourly and per diem employees should have Dues (code 475) or Agency Shop Fee (code 476) deducted at 1.3% of biweekly gross salary, not to exceed $28.17, and exclude Location Pay and Overtime.

Agency Actions

Notify affected employees.

Authorized CSEA Dues and Agency Shop Fee amounts are not adjusted if an employee receives a salary increase.  However, agencies must adjust the Dues or Agency Shop Fee amount when an employee’s percentage of time worked changes (e.g. from part-time to full time or vice versa) or an employee is placed on Sick Leave at half pay.  These amounts should be adjusted accordingly when a change in job status results in a salary decrease.

Questions

Questions regarding this Bulletin may be directed to the Payroll Deduction mailbox.