University of California, San Diego
November 5, 2001
SUBJECT: Formal Review of the University of California Policy on
This Notice is provided to announce the formal review of the Implementation of the University of California Policy on Supplement to Military Pay.
Under current academic and staff personnel policies, employees who have completed 12 months of continuous University service receive their regular University pay for the first thirty (30) calendar days of military duty in a fiscal year. During the Enduring Freedom Campaign, to the extent possible, the University would like to assist employees who are called to active military duty. Therefore, the University is proposing that in addition to the thirty (30) calendar days pay, employees who enlist or who are called to active military duty during this Campaign are compensated for the difference between their University base pay and their military pay and allowance. The supplemental military pay will begin on the first day of unpaid military leave and continue for a period not to exceed 180 calendar days, or until the predetermined separation date of an employee's University appointment, whichever comes first.
The University's supplement to military pay for the Enduring Freedom Campaign is similar to that provided during the Gulf War. Other details about the proposed supplement to military pay are described in the proposed University of California Policy on Supplement to Military Pay, which are accessible on the UC Office of the President's website at: http://www.ucop.edu/humres/uwide.html.
Comments regarding the Policy must be submitted by Tuesday, November 13, 2001, to Stephanie Navrides in the Academic Personnel Office at (858) 534-2597 or firstname.lastname@example.org or to Jonnie Craig-Winston in the Human Resources Department at (858) 534-8037 or email@example.com.