The University is committed to attracting, motivating and retaining qualified employees through its compensation program. For administrators and staff this program is designed to evaluate appropriate compensation levels for jobs, encourage growth, and reward those individuals who support and fulfill the University's mission. To ensure the University's commitment to these employees, we continue to design and support competitive pay, performance-based pay increases, recognition programs, and career development.
The Compensation group oversees administrator and staff job evaluations, merit reviews, the Presidential Recognition Program and the Exceptional Performance Award. Section 300 of the Human Resources Policy Manual is dedicated to describing the University's administrator and staff compensation policies.
Faculty related services provided by the Compensation group include conducting salary reviews, benchmarking and market salary surveys and providing guidance to the academic deans on salary development for prospective faculty.
Executive Director, Talent Engagement & Retention