- What is Compensation?
- What is the difference between an In-Range Progression (IRP), an In-Class Progression (ICP) and a Classification Change?
- Classification Review Forms/Procedures
- In-Range Progression Review Forms/Procedures
- Bonus Plans and Stipends
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Pay provided by an employer to an employee for his/her services rendered. Compensation comprises elements of pay, such as base pay, differential pay, etc. and can be identified as either direct or indirect compensation.
|Direct Compensation Includes:||Indirect Compensation includes (if eligible):|
What is the Difference Between an In-Range Progression (IRP), an In-Class Progression (ICP) and a Classification Change?
|In-Range Progression (IRP)||In-Class Progression (ICP)||Classification Change|
Each Collective Bargaining Agreement outlines the specific requirements to submit an IRP.
If approved, an increase in pay within a salary range for a single classification, or within a sub-range of a classification that has skill levels.
|Advancement or movement to a higher skill level and the corresponding sub-range within a classification that includes more than one skill level. Each skill level is assigned its own salary band. Examples of classifications include IT Series, AA/S Series and Confidential Office Support Series.||A job evaluation that identifies the best fit for the majority or most critical aspects of the position’s work assignments and requirements|
Timeline Chart for IRPs and Classification Reviews
- Pay Plan and Time Base Conversion Tool
- Total Compensation Calculator
- Salary Schedule
- Range/Grade Definitions
- Position Classification Plan EM 08-068 - October 3, 2008
- CSU Classification Standards
- Classification Request Form (Word)
- Classification Appeal Form (Word)
- IRP Form for CSUEU – Units 2, 5, 7, and 9 (PDF)
- IRP Form for APC – Unit 4 (Word)
- IRP Form for SETC – Unit 6 (PDF)
- IRP Form for UAPD – Unit 1 (PDF)
- IRP Form for SUPA – Unit 8 (Word)
A bonus is a one-time lump sum payment that is not a permanent increase to an employee’s base salary. Bonus award eligibility varies by Collective Bargaining Agreement or MOU. The employee will receive a separate check for a bonus. Bonuses are flat taxed.
- Bonus Form for CSUEU (Word)
- Bonus Form for APC – Coming Soon
- Bonus Form for SUPA – Coming Soon
- Bonus Form for SETC – Coming Soon
Stipends are paid on a monthly basis, are not prorated by start date, the full amount is received regardless of effective date in a pay period. The employee will receive a separate check for stipend pay. Stipends are flat taxed. If the employee is currently contributing to CalPERS at a full-time rate, the earnings from this stipend will not be included in CalPERS calculations. Stipend award eligibility varies by Collective Bargaining Agreement or MOU.
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