CASE 2019 Memorandum of Understanding Update

Dear Bargaining Unit 2 Member:


CASE is pleased to announce that AB118 has reached Governor Newsom's desk. As soon as it is signed, the ratification process will be complete. If there are no unexpected delays in getting the Governor's signature, the 2.75% general salary increase and $260 healthcare supplement should be reflected in the pay warrant at the end of October. The retroactive general salary increase and healthcare supplement (back to July 1, 2019) will be reflected in a separate pay warrant or separate line in one of the pay warrants later this year. We will keep you updated with any information about the retroactive pay and supplement as soon as it is available.


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CASE also encourages you to send responses from your personal email address as opposed to your state email address. Please keep in mind that all responses will be treated as confidential by CASE.


As always, your support of CASE and your colleagues in Bargaining Unit 2 is greatly appreciated.


Sincerely,

The CASE Board of Directors

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