1706 - Managerial Appointments

Category

Compensation

Audience List

  • Personnel Officers
  • Personnel Transactions Supervisors

Synopsis

This policy

  • Explains the salary appointment rate for managerial employees upon movement to a classification with a higher salary range.
  • Explains the salary appointment rate option for managerial employees upon movement to a classification with a higher salary range when such movement requires a geographical relocation.
  • Explains how this salary recalculation affects the employee’s salary anniversary date.

Introduction

The provisions of California Code of Regulations section 599.676.1 provide that upon movement to a classification with a higher salary range, civil service employees designated managerial under California Government Code 3513 (e), Ralph C. Dills Act, are entitled to a salary range one step above the last rate received.  If geographic relocation is required as a result of this movement, as recommended by the appointing power, the employee may receive up to two steps above the rate last received.

Statement

The provisions of this section apply only to state civil service employees designated managerial under Government Code section 3513(e) of the Ralph C. Dills Act.

A permanent or probationary employee who, without a break in service, moves to another class with a higher salary range shall be entitled to the rate in the salary range one step above the rate last received. When such movement requires a change in geographic location the employee may, as recommended by the appointing power, receive up to two steps above the rate last received provided the rate does not exceed the maximum rate of the higher salary range.

Such movement may be in the same or to another agency and by appointment from an employment list, by temporary appointment, or by reinstatement. A new salary anniversary date is established subject to the provisions of California Government Code sections 599.683 and 599.685.

Pursuant to California Code of Regulations, title 2, section 599.666.1 (b), “step” for employees compensated on a monthly basis is a 5-percent differential above or below a salary rate rounded to the nearest dollar, and for employees compensated on a daily or hourly basis is a 5-percent differential above or below a rate rounded to the nearest dollar and cents amount.

Pursuant to California Code of Regulations, title 2, section 599.666.1 (f), “higher salary range” is a salary range with the maximum salary range at least two steps higher than the maximum salary rate of another salary range.

Application

Not Applicable.

Authorities

Resources

PML

  • PML 1989-052: PML 1989-052 - 9/1/1989 - Managerial Appointment - Salary

Web Pages

Contact Person

Personnel Services Branch
Personnel Program Consultant, Personnel Services Branch
Phone: 916-323-3343
Fax: 916-327-1886
Email: psb@calhr.ca.gov

Authorized By

Melissa Russell
Chief, Personnel Management Division

History

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Table of Contents

1000 - Equal Employment Opportunity

1100 - Selection

1200 - Appointments

1300 - Exempt Employees

1400 - Benefits and Insurance

1500 - Work Schedules

1600 - Third Party Pre-Tax Parking

1700 - Compensation

1800 - Savings Plus

1900 - Bona Fide Associations

2000 - Collective Bargaining

2100 - Leave

2200 - Travel/Relocation

2300 - State Owned Housing

2400 - Employee Recognition

2500 - Discipline

2600 - Layoffs

2700 - Retirement

2800 - Training

2900 - Workforce Planning

3000 - Examination and Hiring

3100 - Drug-Free Workplace