Tuesday, December 28, 2021

Librarians get pay bumps and bonus in California

CSU professors, coaches, counselors, librarians and other eligible faculty will get pay bumps and a one-time bonus — for their work during the pandemic — under a tentative labor deal, the California State University announced Monday, Dec. 20. The agreement between the CSU and the California Faculty Association will cover 29,000 faculty across all 23 campuses and, if approved by the CSU Board of Trustees and CFA members, will run until June 30, 2024, a CSU statement said. The tentative contract, according to the CSU and CFA, includes: A one-time payment of $3,500, prorated by each faculty member’s 2020-21 time base, as a thank your for their service during the coronavirus pandemic. A 4% salary increase, retroactive to July 1. Another salary increase, up top 4%, effective next fiscal year, depending on the state budget allocation to the CSU. A 2.65% service salary increase during fiscal years 2021-22 and 2023-24 for all eligible faculty, including coaches, counselors and librarians. A 2.65% post-promotion increase during fiscal year 2022-23 for eligible faculty, including coaches, counselors and librarians. The agreement also allows librarian and counselor faculty more opportunities to work remotely, better opportunities for tenure-track employment for lecturers and the creation of a workgroup to consider how to better address parental leave, the CFA statement read.

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