The supplement is to be determined as follows:

  1. By the percentage of new duties performed
    % Of Duties % Of Increase
    Up to 15% Up to 4.99%
    16% - 25 % 5.0% - 7.499%
    26% - 35% or more 7.5%-10.0%
  2. By the level of increased complexity or responsibility of new duties:
    somewhat increased up to 4.99%
    significantly increased 5.0%-7.49%
    greatly increased 7.5%-10.0%
  • The percentage is to be based on the minimum of the pay plan of the vacant position, not the employee’s current position. Under no circumstances can the employee receive more than 10% even if 1 and 2 above are applicable.
  • Whenever an employee is asked to assume additional duties or duties with a higher level of responsibility or complexity, the period of time should not exceed 6 months.
  • This policy is based on a mutual agreement between employer and employee.
  • The amount of the supplement may be affected by departmental funding availability.
  • The employee receiving the supplement should sign a statement signifying their understanding that the increase in salary is temporary and when they are not longer performing the duties, the supplement will cease and they will return to their previous salary.

Exhibit 1B
Bi-Weekly Salary Supplement

Bi-weekly employees who assume additional duties are paid for hours worked; therefore, any additional hours the employee may be required to work would be paid as additional straight time or overtime. A monthly employee who is asked to assume bi-weekly duties should be changed to bi-weekly and paid for time worked.

Therefore, bi-weekly employees can only receive a supplement when the scope and complexity of their current position expands considerably. The compensation for the temporary duties should be calculated as follows:

The level of increased complexity or responsibility of new duties:
 
somewhat increased up to 4.99%
significantly increased 5.0%-7.49%
greatly increased 7.5%-10.0%
  • *The percentage increase should be based on the minimum of the pay plan of the vacant position, not the employee’s current position.
  • Whenever an employee is asked to assume a higher level of responsibility or complexity, the period of time should not exceed 6 months.
  • This policy is based on a mutual agreement between employer and employee.
  • The amount of the supplement may be affected by departmental funding availability.
  • The employee receiving the supplement should sign a statement signifying their understanding that increase in salary is temporary and when they are not longer performing the duties, the supplement will cease and they will return to their previous salary.