Appendix "A-2" - Supervisory Differential
A Supervisory Differential, as established below, shall be paid to employees in the bargaining unit who encumber positions which receive a supervisory rating under the classification standard and who perform supervisory duties.
|Supervisory Level||Supervisory Co-ordinates||Supervisory Differential as a
Percentage of Basic Rate
|4||B4, C3, D2||15|
|5||B5, C4, D3, E2||19|
|6||B6, C5, D4, E3||22.5|
|7||B7, C6, D5, E4||26|
|8||C7, D6, E5||29.5|
The Supervisory Differential is to be used in the following manner:
- Determine the non-supervisory rate of pay according to zone and level.
- Determine the Supervisory Differential by multiplying the applicable Supervisory Percentage by the non-supervisory rate of pay.
- Determine the supervisory rate of pay by adding the non-supervisory rate of pay with the Supervisory Differential.
For example, an employee on January 1, 2008, in the MAM sub-group in Zone 1 at Level 08 with a Supervisory Co-ordinate B2, the calculations would be a follows: On January 1, 2008, the employee would receive a basic rate of pay of $24.68 as per Appendix A. The Supervisory Differential of $1.60 is arrived by multiplying the Supervisory Differential Percentage of 6.5% by the basic rate of pay (non-supervisory). Therefore, in this case, the applicable supervisory rate of pay would be $26.28.
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