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  1. A pay differential is special additional pay recognizing unusual competencies, circumstances, or working conditions applying to some or all incumbents in select classes. Pay Differentials are typically initiated through the collective bargaining process but may also be the result of a classification proposal.

  2. California has four state payroll taxes: Unemployment Insurance (UI) and Employment Training Tax (ETT) are employer contributions. State Disability Insurance (SDI) and Personal Income Tax (PIT) are withheld from employees’ wages. Employer Contributions Most employers are tax-rated employers and pay UI taxes based on their UI rate.

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  4. BAH-Diff is the housing allowance amount for a member who is assigned to single-type quarters and who is authorized a basic allowance for housing solely by reason of the member's payment of child...

  5. An employee meeting the bilingual differential pay criteria during the entire pay period would receive the rate above per pay period, including holidays. Employees would receive $.58 per hour based on $100. Employees would receive $4.62 per day based on $100. Employees would receive $1.15 per hour based on $200.

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  6. What are California's rates and wage limitations? UI: Most* employers pay a percentage on the first $7,000 in wages for each employee in a calendar year. The UI rate and taxable wage limit may change each year. The new employer rate is 3.4 percent (.034) for a period of two to three years.

  7. Shift Differential Pay. Though many employers choose to pay a small premium, called a “shift differential,” to employees who work swing, graveyard or other less desirable shifts, no law requires you to pay a shift differential. .

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