Probationary Increases

The length of a new employee’s probationary period, and whether they are eligible for a salary increase when the probation is successfully completed depends on the employee group.

Some employee groups at UBC are eligible for salary increases upon the successful completion of their probationary periods. Those that aren’t eligible, such as CUPE 116 and 2950, are awarded incremental increases annually.

CUPE 2950

Not eligible for probationary increases, since this employee group is awarded incremental increases (salary steps) annually.

CUPE 116

Not eligible for probationary increases, since this employee group is awarded incremental increases (salary steps) annually.

M&P

After a 12-month probationary period, these employees are eligible for a probationary increase. The guideline for this increase is 4%.

Note: Positions that have been reclassified through an evolutionary process of increased responsibilities will retain their Job Entry Date and are therefore not subject to a probationary review and are ineligible for probationary increases. Positions that have been reclassified but deemed to be a new position due to a significant increase to the amount of new duties being added will be given a new Job Entry Date. These positions may be subject to a probationary review and hence may be eligible for a probationary increase at the end of the probationary period.

Technical Research Assistants

Following a twelve-month probationary period, these employees are eligible for a probationary increase. The guideline for this increase is 4%.

Note: Positions that have been reclassified through an evolutionary process of increased responsibilities will retain their Job Entry Date and are therefore not subject to a probationary review and are ineligible for probationary increases. Positions that have been reclassified but deemed to be a new position due to a significant increase to the amount of new duties being added will be given a new Job Entry Date. These positions may be subject to a probationary review and hence may be eligible for a probationary increase at the end of the probationary period.

Executive Administrative Staff

Following a six-month probationary period, these employees are eligible for a probationary increase. The guideline for this increase is 4%.

Note: Positions that have been reclassified through an evolutionary process of increased responsibilities will retain their Job Entry Date and are therefore not subject to a probationary review and are ineligible for probationary increases. Positions that have been reclassified but deemed to be a new position due to a significant increase to the amount of new duties being added will be given a new Job Entry Date. These positions may be subject to a probationary review and hence may be eligible for a probationary increase at the end of the probationary period.

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