Out-of-Class Win


One of our member nurses—an RN working in Central California—filed an out-of-class grievance after learning a colleague had filed and won a similiar complaint.

An employee is working out-of-class when they spend a majority (more than 50 percent) of their time over the course of at least two consecutive work weeks performing duties and responsibilities associated with a higher level classification.

Our member provided documentation showing the required elements and was awarded outof- class pay, and a out-of-class experience for examination and promotion purposes.

For more information, read Article 14.2, Out-of-Classification Grievances.