All Employees

When Salaries Are Not To Be Increased

SECOND SEMESTER APPOINTMENTS - Any 10, 10-1/2, or 11 month employee appointed after the close of the first day of the second semester of the school year or after January 1 for 12-month employees shall not receive an increase of salary the next succeeding year unless recommended by the superintendent of schools.

ABSENT MORE THAN HALF THE WORK YEAR - Any employee who shall have been absent more than one-half of his/her work year shall not receive a salary increment unless otherwise specified in the regulations of this part or recommended by the superintendent of schools.

EXTRA MILITARY SERVICE - A salary increment shall not be granted to those who have completed the training required by compulsory military service and elect to extend their period of military service. Salary increment shall be given only for the lawful time required for compulsory military service.

EVALUATION - A certificated employee who receives an evaluation that is less than satisfactory during a school/fiscal year shall not be given a salary increase at the beginning of the following school/fiscal year. The employee whose performance, thereafter, becomes satisfactory within the equivalent of a semester period following receipt of the unsatisfactory evaluation shall receive the salary increase granted other employees in his/her classification. The increase will not be retroactive.

When Salaries Are Not To Be Increased (continued) R4515

A non-certificated employee whose overall performance rating is "less than satisfactory " is not eligible to receive a salary step increase. If the employee's performance is re-evaluated as satisfactory, the employee shall be restored to the step on the salary schedule for which he/she would have been had his/her work been continuously satisfactory, however, the increase in salary will not be retroactive.

Regulation approved: June 26, 1990

Revised: December 8, 1998

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