Uft Contract Retroactive Pay

Are you a United Federation of Teachers (UFT) member waiting for your retroactive pay? You`re not alone. Many UFT members have been eagerly anticipating their retroactive pay, but the process has been slow and frustrating.

The retroactive pay stems from the 2014 contract agreement between the UFT and the city of New York. The agreement included retroactive pay increases dating back to 2009 for eligible UFT members. However, the implementation of the pay increases has been delayed due to various bureaucratic hurdles.

In December 2020, the New York City Department of Education (DOE) announced that it had completed processing retroactive pay for UFT-represented employees. However, many UFT members have reported that they still haven`t received their retroactive pay.

If you`re one of those waiting for your retroactive pay, there are a few things you can do. First, make sure that your mailing address on file with the DOE is up to date. If your address has changed since you last received pay from the DOE, your check may have been sent to the wrong address.

You can also check your paystub on the DOE`s payroll portal to see if your retroactive pay has been processed. If you see that it has, but you still haven`t received your check, you can contact the DOE`s payroll department for assistance.

UFT members can also contact their union representative for help with retroactive pay issues. The UFT has been working with the city to ensure that all eligible members receive their retroactive pay, and your representative may be able to provide more information on the status of your payment.

It`s important to note that the retroactive pay process has been complicated by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has led to unprecedented disruptions in the city`s operations. However, the city and the UFT have continued to work together to resolve any outstanding issues and ensure that eligible members receive their retroactive pay.

In conclusion, if you`re a UFT member waiting for your retroactive pay, know that you`re not alone. While the process has been frustratingly slow for many, there are steps you can take to help ensure that you receive your payment. Keep your mailing address up to date, check your paystub on the DOE`s portal, and reach out to the DOE or your union representative for assistance. With persistence and patience, you will eventually receive the pay you`re owed.

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