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Bu12 IUOE Transmittal Letter Addenda

Bu12 IUOE Transmittal Letter Addenda

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Published by Amy Gebert
Letter to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee
Letter to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee

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CAL~)?HR
CALIFORNIA
DEPARTMENT
<>F
HUMAN
RESOURCES
Offico
Of
JIJe
Dimctor
1515
s
Stree-t,
North Building,
Suite
400
Sacramento,
CA
95Hl1
www.t(llht
.ca.gov
July
3,
2013The Honorable Mark LenoChair, Joint Legislative Budget CommitteeLegislative Office Building1020 N Street, Room 553Sacramento, CA 95818
Governor
Edmund
G.
Brown
Jr.
Director
Julie Chapman
Chief Deputy
Oirectot;
lioward Schwartz
Re:
Addendum
to
Bargaining Unit
12,
Department
of
Water Resources and the International Union
of
Operating
Engineers-
Critical Staffing Shortage Agreement
This
is to
inform you
of
a recent agreement reached between the State and Department
of
WaterResources (DWR) state water project employees
of
Bargaining Unit 12, the International Union
of
Operating Engineers (IUOE). The attached addendum
is
effective July
1,
2013.This addendum increases the salary levels for DWR state water project employees effective July
1,
2013.
In
order
to
address short term critical retention needs, the Department
of
Human Resources (CaiHR) willconsult with the California Public Employees' Retirement System (CaiPERS) to establish a mechanism forcompensation increases for purposes
of
retirement. We anticipate legislation will be needed
to
ratify thisagreement and are working with IUOE
to
identify a vehicle for such.CaiHR is providing this addendum for the Committee's information according to Government Code§3517.63. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Nancy Farias, Legislative Deputy at (916)327-2348.
/'Sliiljerely,
'
I
n
.
lie Chapman, irectorCalifornia Department
of
Human Resourcesattachments
cc:
Members, Joint Legislative Budget CommitteePeggy Collins, Principal ConsultantJoint Legislative Budget CommitteeDavid Lanier, Legislative Affairs DeputyOffice of Governor Edmund
G.
Brown Jr.Mac Taylor, Legislative AnalystOffice
of
the Legislative Analyst
 
ecc:Marianne O'Malley, Director Gen. GovernmentOffice
of
the Legislative AnalystNick Schroeder, ConsultantOffice
of
the Legislative AnalystRichard Gillihan, Program Budget ManagerDepartment
of
FinanceCraig Cornett, Chief Fiscal Policy AdvisorOffice
of
the Pro TemCharles Wright, Chief ConsultantOffice
of
the
ProTem
Chris Woods, Budget DirectorOffice
of
the SpeakerGreg Campbell, Chief
of
StaffOffice
of
the SpeakerNick Hardeman, Chief ConsultantOffice
of
the SpeakerSeren Taylor, Staff DirectorSenate Republican Fiscal OfficeChantele Denny, ConsultantSenate Republican Fiscal OfficeAnthony Archie, ConsultantAssembly Republican Fiscal OfficePeter Schaafsma, Staff DirectorAssembly Republican Fiscal OfficeKeely Bosler, Staff DirectorSenate Budget CommitteeMark lbele, ConsultantSenate Budget CommitteeChristian Griffith, Chief ConsultantAssembly Budget CommitteeMark Martin, ConsultantAssembly Budget CommitteeMark McKenzie, Staff DirectorSenate Appropriations Committee
2
Maureen Ortiz, ConsultantSenate Appropriations CommitteeGeoff Long, Chief ConsultantAssembly Appropriations CommitteeRoger Dunstan, ConsultantAssembly Appropriations CommitteePamela Schneider, Chief ConsultantSenate PE&R CommitteeKaron Green, Chief ConsultantAssembly PER&SS CommitteeGary Link, ConsultantSenate Republican CaucusTerry Mast, ConsultantAssembly Republican CaucusAlene Shimazu, ChiefFiscal Analysis, Cal H RPam Manwiller, ChiefLabor Relations, CaiHR
 
California Department
of
Human ResourcesDWR Critical Staffing Shortage AgreementFY2013-14 Salary Increases-Effective 7-1-201380%FY2013-14%
eases
c
37.4% $CONTRL SY TECH Ill7.53 6597,634 8,293 7.95% 31.9% $21,034 $243,661a 3662 CONTRL SYS TECH
II
19.23 1,49917,369 18,868 7.94% 31.7% $47,504 $550,428a 3663ELECTL-MC T TC Ill7.98 7158,295 9,010 7.94% 31.9% $22,821 $264,759a 3664ELECTL-MEC T TC
II
12.7 980 11,37012,350 7.94% 31.7% $31,056 $360,318$391,375a 3668 ELECT-MEG T TC I2.21104 1,1981,302 7.99%37.4% $3,885$44,755 $48,6406265 UTJLCRAFT 163.26 9,279 107,586 116,8657.94% 30.0%$278,390 $3,227,817$3,506,2086267 UTIL CRAFT APPRNT13.18 4805,567 6,0477.94%23.0% $11,017 $127,771$138,7886453 HYDROELC PLNT E
II
17.18 1,41016,340 17,750 7.94% 22.5% $31,712 $367,496 $399,2086454HYDROELC PLNT M
II
20.28 1,747 20,262 22,0097.94% 22.5% $39,291$455,705$494,996b 6455 HYDROELCT PLNT E I 42.08 3,10836,037 39,145 7.94% 28.3%$87,839$1,018,404 $1,106,243b 6456HYDROELCT PLNT M I 70.22 5,214 60,455 65,6707.94% 28.3% $147,360$1,708,449$1,855,8096457 HYDRO PLT ELEC APR12.32524 6,0736,597 7.94%30.8% $16,140$187,057 $203,1976458HYDRO PLNT MECH AP
11.1
453
5,251
5,704 7.94% 30.8% $13,953 $161,739$175,6926462SR HYDRO PLNT OPER61.27 5,16059,822 64,982
7.94%
22.5% $116,051 $1,345,433$1,461,484b 6463 HYDRO PLANT OPERTR 100.36 7,210 83,59190,801 7.94% 28.2% $203,158 $2,355,3106466SR WATER&POWR DISP 8.23 748 8,677 9,4257.94%10,27819.0%$15,499$179,791WATER & POWER DISP14.59 1.17913,66714,846 7.94%16,39017.9%$23,300$270,0891,870 7.94%1,91528.3% $4,298 $49,828HYDRO PLANT OPERTR 1 72 833 9057.94%92628.2%$2,073$24,032
UTJL
CRAFT SUPT
6.1
488 5,6596,147 7.94%6,29523.9% $11,931 $138,351A UTIL CRAFT SUPT8.75 5806,729 7,309 7.94% 7,48437.3%$22,153 $257,0176263UTIL CRAFT SUP36.54 2,20725,592 27,799 7.94% 28,466 36.8% $83,157$964,2696450 HYDRO PLT MNT SUPT9.73 1,00611,660 12,6667.94%12,97020.0% $20,584 $238,573

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