compensation

Busting Compensation Myths with HR

HR is combating misinformation and debunking some of the most common myths surrounding compensation at UC Davis. While the most simple answers are provided below, details matter. So, if you have questions, talk with your HR Business Partner

The following Q&A took place during HR's "Myth Busters" Session, which will be continued on July 12th from 12:00- 1:00 p.m.

Minimum Wage Increase for Student Assistants effective Jan. 1, 2020

A minimum wage increase will become effective Jan. 1, 2019 for Student Assistant II, III, IV

On Jan., 2020, the minimum wage will increase to $13/hour pursuant to amendments to Section 1182.2 of the California Labor Code. The minimum wage will continue to increase by $1/hour annually, until it reaches $15/hour on Jan. 1, 2022.

At UC Davis, the minimum wage increase only affects Student Assistant II, III and IV titles as outlined below. Student Assistants who are below the minimum range for their title code will receive an increase equal to the salary range minimum.

Minimum Wage Increase- Effective Jan. 1, 2019

A minimum wage increase will become effective Jan. 1, 2019 for Student Assistant II, III, IV

On Jan 1, 2019 the minimum wage will increase to $12/hour pursuant to amendments to Section 1182.2 of the California Labor Code. The minimum wage will continue to increase by $1/hour annually, until it reaches $15/hour on Jan. 1, 2022.

At UC Davis, the minimum wage increase only affects Student Asst. II, III and IV titles as outlined below. Please share this information with your impacted Student Assistants and please note that salary increases are a departmental cost.

Career Tracks - Wave III Implementation

The implementation of Career Tracks will be completed at the end of July for UC Davis Health and the end of August on the Davis campus. This final phase of implementation will conclude UC Davis' efforts to assign a Career Tracks payroll title to all non-represented staff.