|Date: September 5, 2003||Bulletin No. SU-90|
Discretionary Increases for SUNY Employees
To provide instructions to agencies for processing discretionary increases.
SUNY Professional Service employees in Bargaining Units 08 and 41.
Article 20.7 of the 1999-2003 Agreement between the State and United University Professions (Bargaining Unit 08) and a SUNY Board Resolution of May 31,2000 for employees in Bargaining Unit 41, provides for a discretionary increase based on an employee's June 30, 2003 salary. Payment of the increase is at the discretion of the College President and can be made to employees who were incumbents on the payroll June 30,2003.
The discretionary increases will be processed over four (4) pay periods beginning in pay period #14.
SUNY System Administration has designated payroll periods for each campus to submit their discretionary increases.
OSC will run the SUNY Discretionary Increase file after all other actions submitted on the Job Action Request page have been approved for the applicable agencies. The initial discretionary increase row will appear on the Job Data Page with an Action of Pay Rt Chg (Pay Rate Change) and a Reason of SIC (Salary Increase). All eligible subsequent rows will appear with an Action of Pay Rt Chg and a Reason of CSL (Correct Salary).
Each agency must complete a
discretionary salary increase roster, in EmplID order, as prescribed by SUNY
System Administration. The roster must be signed by the College President
and forwarded to SUNY System Administration who will forward it to OSC.
|Exceptions Report||After the SUNY Discretionary Increase
file has been processed, the following report will be available to agencies:
NHRP 558, SUNY Discretionary Raises Exception ReportFields contained on this report will be Emplid, Employee Name, Effective Date, Pay Basis Code, Action Reason and Salary. This report will identify employees who did not receive the automatic increase due to one of the following:
OSC will notify SUNY System Administration after the discretionary file is processed. This report will be sent to the agencies via e-mail or fax.
Questions concerning these increases should
be directed to SUNY System Administration.