How often can I have a pay scale group advance?

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T Table: Probationary or Continuing status employees.  Provided all requirements governing salary point credit have been met, pay scale group advance effective dates for employees whose base salaries are set by the Preparation Salary (T) Table will be the beginning of the first pay period which begins after:


The points were completed - if required documentation is received within four calendar months of completion, or
The submission date of the documentation - if documentation was received after four calendar months from the completion of the course
The fulfillment of the multicultural requirement - two multicultural units is required before the first pay scale group advance, and the fulfillment of the required four multicultural units thereafter.

 

L Table: Provisional and Pre-intern status employees are placed on the Preparation Salary (L) Table and are eligible for a maximum of one pay scale group advancement for each 52-week period (e.g., from March to March of the following year), measured from the effective date of the employee’s initial placement, or last pay scale group advancement, or eligibility for advancement. Provided all requirements governing salary point credit have been met, pay scale group advance effective dates will be the first pay period which begins after:


The points were completed - if required documentation is received within four calendar months of completion,
The submission date of the documentation - if documentation was received after four calendar months from the completion of the course, or
The fulfillment of the multiculture requirement - two multicultural units is required before the first pay scale group advance, and the fulfillment of the required four multicultural units thereafter.
The ending date of the required period on a pay scale group, whichever is later.

 

Note: Employees who are District or University Interns are placed on the L Table but are eligible for pay scale group advances based on the same criteria applied for probationary or continuing status employees.

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