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Salary Increase Following Leave of Absence Without Pay.   

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The salary of an employee who takes a leave of absence without pay may be increased one step at the conclusion of the leave, if the following provisions are satisfied:

(a) The employee was not at the highest step of the salary range for his or her rank at the time the employee began the leave;

(b) The step increase would not result in establishing the employee's salary at a level higher than it would have been if the employee had continued at the campus without such leave and had been accorded a merit salary increase based on the employee's performance;

(c) The step increase becomes effective on the employee's regular anniversary date next following the employee's return to service;

(d) The leave was for the purpose of teaching, research, or other assignment, which is determined by the campus president in the case of an employee of a campus or by the Chancellor in the case of an employee of the Office of the Chancellor, to have been of a nature valuable to the California State University;

(e) In the case of an academic employee of a campus, the campus president shall consult with the faculty of the campus with respect to the salary step increase.

(f) This section shall not apply to a Management Personnel Plan employee.

Authority cited:

Education Code 66600

Education Code 89030

Education Code 89035

Education Code 89500


Education Code 89500

(Amended by Register 84, No. 41.)