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President Drake approves 2024-25 salary increases for policy-covered employees

The following message was sent to all UCOP employees on Monday, July 1, 2024:

Dear UCOP colleagues,

Now that the State Legislature has passed, and the governor signed, a final state budget for the 2024-25 fiscal year, which includes funding for UC, President Drake has formally approved the 2024-25 systemwide salary program. The 4.2% salary increase for policy-covered staff and academic appointees at all locations recognizes the extraordinary efforts of employees during this past year.

Pay increases will take effect on July 1, 2024, for employees who are paid monthly and on June 23 for those who are paid bi-weekly.

To be eligible for the increase, employees must have received a performance rating of “solid performance” or higher or “new and learning” (tracking up) on their 2023-2024 performance review, completed required training on or before June 30, and have a start date on or before January 2, 2024.

We are working to implement this year’s salary increase as quickly as possible. Our goal is for eligible employees who are paid monthly to see the increase reflected in their August 1 paycheck, and in July 17 paychecks for those who are paid bi-weekly. UCOP division leaders and managers have received additional implementation details about the 2024-25 salary program from UCOP Human Resources.

The regular peer-review merit advancement process for policy-covered academic appointees will continue per academic personnel policy. Salary increases for union-represented employees and academic appointees are governed separately by the relevant collective bargaining agreements.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact your department’s Human Resources business partner.

As always, a heartfelt thank you for your dedication and all you do for UC and the people we serve.

Patricia L. Hardaway, J.D.
Chief Human Resources Officer (Interim)
UCOP Human Resources

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