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UCLA announces salary increase for eligible employees

Murphy Hall, which hosts the offices of Chancellor Gene Block and Executive Vice Chancellor Darnell Hunt, is pictured. Block and Hunt announced a raise for eligible faculty in an email Thursday. (Daily Bruin file photo)

By Shiv Patel

May 31, 2024 6:27 p.m.

Many nonunionized UCLA employees will receive a raise for the 2024-2025 fiscal year.

Chancellor Gene Block and Executive Chancellor and Provost Darnell Hunt announced a salary increase of 4.2% for eligible staff and academic employees in an email to faculty and staff Thursday afternoon.

As of April, the annual inflation rate in the United States – as measured by the change in the Consumer Price Index between April 2023 and April 2024 – is 3.4%, according to a May report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

“Our staff and faculty are the ones who help carry out UCLA’s important public mission of teaching, research and service,” Block and Hunt said in the statement. “We appreciate this opportunity to acknowledge your efforts and deep commitment to our university.”

The pay increase applies only to employees who are not union members, as their pay increases are provided for by union collective bargaining agreements.

Though the pay increase will depend on allocations to the University of California in the 2024-2025 state budget – and therefore subject to change – the statement said eligible, biweekly paid staff will see their pay increase starting June 23, and monthly paid staff will see their pay increase July 1 – when the state begins the 2024-2025 fiscal year.

Contributing reports by Zoraiz Irshad, Daily Bruin senior staff.

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Shiv Patel | Campus politics editor
Patel is the 2024-2025 campus politics editor and a Photo contributor. He was previously a News contributor on the campus politics beat. Patel is a second-year mathematics and economics student from Gilberts, Illinois.
Patel is the 2024-2025 campus politics editor and a Photo contributor. He was previously a News contributor on the campus politics beat. Patel is a second-year mathematics and economics student from Gilberts, Illinois.
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