Frequently Asked Questions
How to access the employee service portal and navigate to the Salary Compensation Information Page?
This document is a step by step manual for logging into the Employee Service Portal and navigating to the salary compensation information page. The compensation page shows your hourly rate before and after the tiered mid-year salary increase, as well as your new prorated gross pay (before taxes or benefit deductions) for the remainder of the school year.
How to read the information on the Salary Compensation Information Page?
This document highlights important pieces of information on the Salary Compensation Information page on the Employee Service Portal that will help you understand the tiered mid-year salary increase given on January 1, 2019.
When will the tiered mid-year salary increase take effect?
The tiered mid-year salary increase is effective as of January 1, 2019. Any days worked from January 1, 2019, to the end of your calendar will be paid at your new rate of pay. Since this increase is not retroactive, your time worked from the start of your calendar to December 31, 2018, is paid at your old rate of pay.
When will employees who work under 20 hours per week notice the increase?
Employees working under 20 hours per week will notice the salary increase reflective on their February paycheck. The reason for this is any hours worked for the month of December will be paid at your old rate of pay on January 25, 2019. Hours worked in January will reflect the tiered mid-year salary increase and will be paid on February 25, 2019.
Does the tiered mid-year salary increase apply to my total compensation?
No. The tiered mid-year salary increase, effective January 1, 2019, only applies to your base pay. Any additional compensation you receive such as SPED Center Based Program, Translator Pay, etc... will not increase.
Who should I contact if I have additional questions?
Any additional questions or concerns may be directed to Let’s Talk using the link below.