STATE OF CONNECTICUT
THE STATE COMPTROLLER
55 ELM STREET
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT 06106-1775
MEMORANDUM NO. 2009-43
December 29, 2009
TO THE HEADS OF ALL STATE AGENCIES
|Attention:||Chief Administrative and Fiscal Officers, Business Managers, and Payroll and Personnel Officers|
|Subject:||Increase in Dues/Fees, CSEA Bargaining Units|
In accordance with the request of the Connecticut State Employees Association, SEIU Local 2001, the following dues/fees increase will be implemented effective with the pay period December 18, 2009 through December 31, 2009 (check date January 15, 2010).
|Bargaining Unit||Deduction Code|
|Supervising Judicial Marshals||UD2001|
|Supervising Judicial Marshals||UF2001|
II. CALCULATION METHOD
Union dues and agency fees for all state employee bargaining units represented by CSEA SEIU Local 2001 are a percentage of base pay (overtime excluded and premium pay excluded) with a biweekly minimum and biweekly maximum as follows:
|% of base pay as dues||minimum biweekly dues/fees||maximum biweekly dues/fees|
Example 1: State employee earns a base annual salary of $50,000. One percent (1%) of $50,000 is $500 annually. $500 divided by 26 pay periods is $19.23. In this case, since $19.23 biweekly is below the minimum, this employee would pay the minimum $22.00 dues biweekly.
Example 2: State employee earns a base annual salary of $60,000. One percent (1%) of $60,000 is $600 annually. $600 divided by 26 pay periods is $23.08. In this case, the employee would pay $23.08, which is one percent (1%) of their biweekly base earnings. By this methodology, employees would pay one percent (1%) of earnings between $22.00 and $30.00.
Example 3: State employee earns a base annual salary of $80,000. One percent (1%) of $80,000 is $800 annually. $800 divided by 26 pay periods is $30.77. In this case, since $30.77 is above the maximum, this employee would pay the maximum $30.00 dues biweekly.
III. PAYROLL PROCEDURES
Core-CT has made the necessary changes for the check date referenced in Section I.
Please direct all questions or requests for assistance regarding payroll
procedures to the Comptroller's Payroll Services Division at (860) 702-3463.
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