Recruitment and Retention Committee 5.17.1 Contract Implementation
Introduction to ApplicationĀ 

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Recruitment and Retention (R&R) (Article 5.17.1) is a victorious win for SEIU Local 1000 members. The purpose of this R&R is to provide a platform for the state and the Union to jointly come to a consensus on recruitment and retention issues that are impacting the classification and jointly bring them to the attention of the Director of CalHR and the Administration.

The original Recruitment and Retention (R&R) language restricted classifications which had been through the CSI process or who had received prior SSAs from being considered for the R&R process. During the most recent contract negotiations, the CSI and SSA language was removed, thus removing restrictions on eligibility. All classifications will now have the opportunity to submit applications for the R&R process consideration.

An application and a benefits worksheet will be completed online by each applicant. Each application will be reviewed by a team of Unit 1 Classification Bargaining Unit Representatives (CBURs) and a list of 10 classification series will be selected for a joint review with CalHR. Selection of a classification for review does not guarantee a special salary adjustment.

Applications must be completed and submitted no later than 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 30, 2020.

R&R Application Submission Format

5 Sections for application
i) Introduction: Submission Identifier
ii) Classification Description
iii) Recruitment 
iv) Retention
v) Compensation Review (Comparisons to whom)

Click here to complete the application.

Introduction to Classification Benefits Comparison Worksheet.

The purpose of the classification Benefits Comparison Worksheet is to collect verifiable salary and benefit information from Unit 1 employees to support the Recruitment and Retention (R&R) application.

This worksheet allows Unit 1 members to compare the total compensation package of their classification to other comparable public or private sector classifications.

Click here to complete the classification benefit comparison worksheet.