This code identifies an employee's status and is used to determine eligibility for salary increases, specified code deductions, leave accrual, insurance and other benefits. The class code determines the CBID, which identifies represented and non-represented classes for salary purposes. This is a computer-generated item.
Represented Classes and Exclusive Representation
R01 = Union of American Physicians and Dentists (Unit 1)
R02 = CSUEU, Health Care Support (Unit 2)
R03 = California Faculty Association (Unit 3)
R04 = Academic Professionals of California (Unit 4)
R05 = CSUEU, Operations & Support Services (Unit 5)
R06 = State Employees Trade Council (Unit 6)
R07 = CSUEU, Clerical & Administrative Support Services (Unit 7)
R08 = Statewide University Police Association (Unit 8)
R09 = CSUEU, Technical & Support Services (Unit 9)
R10 = International Union of Operating Engineers Unit 10
R11 = Academic Student Employees (Unit 11)
R12 = CSUEU SFSU Head Start (Unit 12)
R13 = English Language Program, California State University, Los Angeles (Unit 13)
Note: CSUEU = California State University Employees Union
E99 = Excluded Class
C99 = Confidential Class
M80 = Management Personnel Plan
M98 = Executive Classes
126-04 EE CB ID MUST EQUAL THE PAYSCALES CB ID (M, S, C or E).
If the pay scales designation is M, S, C or E, Item 126 must be M, S, C or E.
126-05 EE CBID MUST EQUAL THE PAYSCALES CB ID (R01-C09).
If the pay scales designation is an R, Item 126 must be ’R’ or ’C’ or ’98’.
To recover from either of the above system audit messages, do the following:
If Item 126 is allowed on the matrix, and if designation is not a ’C", enter * in the first position of Item 126; press EOF; press ENTER. This will retrieve CBID from the pay scale.
If Item 126 is not allowed on the matrix, contact CSU Audits.
Questions about CBIDs pertaining to an employee's status under collective bargaining should be directed to the campus Employee Relations Director or to the Chancellor's Office of Employee Relations.
Refer to Employee Policies and Programs, on the Systemwide Human Resources web site for additional information.
Last Updated: September 20, 2010