Classified staff compensation

Classified staff compensation overview

Find out if you’re covered by a labor contract, determine which union represents you, examine your pay tables, and more.

Career Enhancement/Growth Program

The CEGP program allows supervisors to recognize and reward contract classified staff.

Classification and pay

Learn about job classification and job codes, temporary salary increases, and other forms of compensation.

Classification review process

To request a classification review of a contract classified or classified non-union position, you must complete the Classified Position Review Questionnaire. This page provides tips for completing the questionnaire and outlines the overall process.

Create position checklist

This checklist is to help HR Partners and Additional Approvers ensure that a create position request is complete and ready for the HR Compensation Office’s detailed review.

Earn types

The following content contains earning types and tables. These tables will help you know when to use a specific earnings type, how to calculate each earnings type, which employee groups are eligible to use specific earnings types, and what form to use for submitting the hours for payment of each earnings type.

Job title list and specs – Classified staff

View the Job Title List to find classified job titles, view pay tables with monthly, hourly and annual rates, and print job specifications.

Pay tables

If you know the pay table you wish to view you can access the pay tables directly from the tables and links on this page.

Progression start date determination

Automatic salary increase occurs on the employee’s progression start date unless specified otherwise by the civil service rules or a collective bargaining agreement.

Recruitment and retention program

Supervisors may award additional salary increment steps to both classified non-union and contract classified staff to address serious salary equity/alignment or retention issues if they have budgetary approval from their department.