The purpose of this bulletin is to inform agencies of OSC’s automatic processing of the April 2022 PSC $1,500 General Salary Increase for employees in the Lecturer Title Series, and to provide instructions for payments not processed automatically.
Annual PSC employees in Bargaining Units CB, PC or T8 who meet the eligibility criteria are affected.
Pursuant to the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between CUNY and PSC for the Term of 12/01/2017 – 02/28/2023, a $1,500 general salary increase is authorized effective 04/01/2021. The CUNY Board of Trustees approved the agreement during the 12/16/2019 board meeting. An Addendum to this MOA was signed on 02/26/2021, which changed the effective date of this increase to 04/01/2022.
The April 2022 PSC $1,500 General Salary Increase for Lecturer Title Series is effective 04/01/2022 and will be processed in Institution Pay Period 27C, paycheck dated 04/07/2022.
All employees meeting the eligibility criteria in one of the below titles who are Active or on Paid Leave in Bargaining Units CB, PC or T8 will receive the April 2022 PSC $1,500 General Salary Increase effective 04/01/2022. Eligible employees in Leave Without Pay status will receive the increase upon return from leave.
Eligible titles include:
|Job Code||Salary Administration Plan||Title|
|015917||C06||Vistng Lect/Doct Sch|
|019122||C28||EOC Lecturer Doctoral Schedule|
|022338||C35||CUNY START Instructor|
Increases will be applied in accordance with the eligibility criteria set by the CUNY University Office of Labor Relations.
OSC will automatically insert a row on the employee’s Job Data page effective 04/01/2022 using the Action/Reason Code of Pay Rate Change/SAC (Mass Salary Increase) for eligible annual salaried employees in Active or Paid Leave status on 04/01/2022 and whose salary is equal to one of the steps on the 11/15/2021 salary chart for the employee’s title. The salary will be updated to the corresponding step on the 04/01/2022 salary chart.
OSC will automatically insert a row on the employee’s Job Data page using the Action/Reason code of Pay Rate Change/CSL (Cor Sal) for eligible annual salaried employees who are inactive on 04/01/2022 but whose status changes to Active or Paid Leave after 04/01/2022 and whose salary is equal to one of the steps on the 11/15/2021 salary chart for the employee’s title. The salary will be updated to the corresponding step on the 04/01/2022 salary chart. The row will be inserted using the effective date of the change from an inactive (Leave of Absence, Terminated or Retired) status to active (Active or Paid Leave) status.
OSC will automatically insert a row on all subsequent rows using the Action/Reason code of Pay Rate Change/CSL (Cor Sal) with the salary that corresponds to the new step on the 04/01/2022 salary chart if the employee remains in an eligible bargaining unit and title and is on a step on the 11/15/2021 salary chart.
OSC will provide a spreadsheet to CUNY on or about 02/24/2022 with employees identified with off step rows. These employees will not be updated by OSC, and CUNY must submit job transactions for these employees in Institution Pay Period 27C.
If an employee’s record is incorrect and can be corrected prior to the raise processing, CUNY must submit these transactions prior to 03/23/2022 to allow automatic raise processing.
Control-D Report Available After Processing:
The following Control-D report will be available after processing the automatic salary increases:
NHRP704 Mass Salary Payment Report
This report identifies all employees who received the April 2022 PSC $1,500 General Salary Increase. The report identifies all rows where the employee’s salary was automatically increased in an eligible bargaining unit. Other fields on the report include the EmplID, Employee Record Number, Employee Name, Grade, Bargaining Unit, Comp Rate Code, Part Time Percentage, Action/Reason codes, and Increment Code.
Questions about eligibility for the April 2022 PSC $1,500 General Salary Increase may be directed to the University Manager of Payroll Systems and Operations at CUNY Central Office.
Questions regarding transactions may be directed to the Payroll Earnings mailbox.