In an emailed statement, UC announces plan to give 4.6% raise to some employees
A bill is pictured with Royce Hall replacing the White House. UCLA announced a plan for a potential raise in salary for policy-covered employees. (Constanza Montemayor/Daily Bruin senior staff)
May 2, 2023 11:46 p.m.
The UC plans to give certain staff and academic employees a general 4.6% raise if the finalized California state budget allocates the same amount as current drafts.
All eligible policy-covered faculty will have their salary adjusted Oct. 1, and other policy-covered academic appointees will have theirs changed effective July 1, according to a Friday email sent to UC employees. Staff who receive payments biweekly will see increases June 25, and those who are paid monthly will receive the salary scale increase July 1.
“UCLA’s employees are the ones who, day in and day out, drive forward our mission of teaching, research and service,” said Chancellor Gene Block and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Darnell Hunt in the email. “No matter what role or title an employee might have, that person is contributing to our university in important ways and helping to advance its vital mission.”
Employees represented by a union are not included in this salary plan, as their collective bargaining units govern their salary increases, according to the email.
Guidelines for eligibility can be found on the Campus Human Resources website.