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DAS Office Workers Classification Study

DAS Office Workers Classification Study


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  • 1. Office Worker Classification Study July 29,2010
  • 2. Background
    • Beginning in 2006 SEIU began Office Workers Campaign to win selective salary increases for Office Worker
    • 2007 – 2009 contract DAS agreed to provide us with notice of when they would do a class study
    • 2009-2011 contract won agreement that study would be complete for ’11-’13 bargaining
  • 3. Selective vs. Reclassification
    • Selective Salary Increase
    • Bargaining proposal to move an entire classification to a higher salary range
    • Based on market, retention & recruitment & power
    • Reclassification
    • Based on assigned duties
    • Process outlined in Article 81 of our contract
    • Moving to a more appropriate, existing job classification
  • 4. Who’s included?
    • Student Office Worker
    • Office Assistant 1-2
    • Office Specialist 1-2
    • Administrative Specialist 1-2
    • Legal Secretary
    • Executive Support Specialist 1-2
    • Public Service Representative 1-4
    • Data Entry Operator
    • Word Processing Technician 1-3
    • Office Coordinator
    • Executive Assistant
    • Data Entry Control Tech
  • 5. Classification Study
    • DAS reviews job classifications to determine whether current classification system needs to be updated and or revised.
    • Based on their review they may delete, add or revise classifications
  • 6. SEIU Role in Classification Studies
    • Review & Comment
        • Late August through September 2010
    • Negotiation of Salary Ranges
        • During contract negotiations February through June/July 2011
    • 3. Allocations Appeals
        • Allocations may begin after contract ratification
  • 7. Review and Comment
    • Broad opportunity for member review
      • Regional Meetings & Rural webinar with questionaire
      • 503 website posting with questionaire
    • Workgroups to compile and finalize comments with SEIU Researchers
      • Smaller workgroups of members in affected classifications will work with researchers to finalize our comments
  • 8. Negotiation of Salary Ranges
    • This will be part of economic bargaining at our Central Bargaining Table
    • Members will have the opportunity to participate in all the bargaining session
    • Organizing actions in the field to support our positions at the table
  • 9. Allocation Appeals
    • Workshops for members & stewards who wish to appeal
    • FAQs on website
    • MRC Staff briefing so they are prepared to assist stewards and members
  • 10. Regional Review & Comment Meetings
    • Wednesday, August 18th 6-8 pm Dinner provided at 5:30 pm. Please by RSVP by August 16
        • Portland SEIU Office—6401 SE Foster Road
        • Salem SEIU Office—1730 Commercial Street SE
        • Rural Webinar & Conference Call
    • Monday, August 23rd 6-8 pm Dinner provided at 5:30 pm.
    • Please RSVP by August 21
        • Medford SEIU Office—1257 North Riverside
    • Monday , August 30th 6-8 pm Dinner provided at 5:30 pm.
    • Please RSVP by August 28
        • Eugene SEIU Office—488 E. 11th Avenue #B100