PECG is happy to report that CalHR (representing the State) has officially confirmed that all of the provisions of PECG’s new MOU will be provided to all rank and file and supervisory and managerial employees in Unit 9.
It is an undeniable truth – PECG has delivered unparalleled victories on behalf of Unit 9 supervisors and managers like you. Thanks to PECG, Unit 9 supervisors and managers have seen:
Salaries go up by at least 80% in the last 13 years, by far the largest increase in state service.
CalPERS pensions have been protected.
Our health care CoBen benefits are the highest in state service.
Our jobs have been protected from outsourcing.
This level of success didn’t happen by accident. It is the result of the united strength and collective effort of 10,000 PECG members, including over 1,300 supervisors and managers, working together to achieve our shared goals.
October 29, 2018
Thanks to PECG’s hard work and perseverance, CalHR (representing the State) has officially confirmed that all of the provisions of the new PECG MOU will be provided to Unit 9 supervisors and managers. Here is what the MOU will mean for you:
4.5% General Salary Increase (GSI).
2% state experience pay differential for Unit 9 supervisors and managers with 20 or more years of state service.
$250 per month geographic pay differential for Unit 9 supervisors and managers whose worksites are located in any of the following high-cost counties: Alameda, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara.
Dozens of other new and carry over economic provisions and job-related benefits.
All of the MOU’s economic and other benefits will also be retroactive to July 1, 2018 for Unit 9 supervisors and managers.
According to CalHR, all of the economic benefits provided by the new PECG MOU will likely appear in the November pay warrant that you will receive December 1. Separate checks providing back pay from July 1, 2018 for the Unit 9 raise, experience and geographic differentials, and other economic benefits provided by the MOU are also expected in November.
By extending all of the MOU’s economic and other provisions, PECG has delivered yet again for you and all Unit 9 supervisors and managers.
Today, we write as PECG’s Meet and Confer Team to urge you to please join PECG. The PECG MOU, and the extension of all of its provisions to supervisors and managers, is the result of the united strength of over 10,000 PECG members, including over 1,300 supervisors and managers, working together to deliver competitive pay, protect pensions and health care benefits, and ensure our jobs are protected from outsourcing.
To bring additional strength to PECG and to help ensure the extension of the 2019 pay raise and the next PECG MOU to supervisors and managers, we need you and every other Unit 9 supervisor and manager to be PECG members.