Policy 4-5-2-4: Merit Procedure for Administrative Faculty at the Top of Their Salary Range
|Policy:||Policy 4-5-2-4: Merit Procedure for Administrative Faculty at the Top of Their Salary Range||Date Adopted:||Nov 04, 2008|
|Department:||Human Resources||Contact:||Vice President of Human Resources and General Counsel|
|Statement:||Merit can be granted for administrative faculty at the top of their salary range.|
Section 1: Composition and Purpose of College Council
- Faculty do not apply for merit eligibility. All faculty are eligible for consideration for legislatively approved increases in salary earned through meritorious performance.
- Consideration is based upon performance evaluation.
- Board of Regents policy allows for merit consideration for faculty who are at the top of their salary range.
- Administrative faculty at the top of their salary range may be eligible for merit
consideration under the following circumstances:
- Performance evaluation demonstrates exceptional, not merely satisfactory, performance for the evaluation period.
- Identification of recipients is highly selective, and is not based upon a quota; nor should recipients be rotated among those eligible.
- Making these awards to eligible faculty at the top of their salary range will not adversely affect the merit award funds available to other faculty.
- Recommendations for merit for administrative faculty at the top of their salary range are forwarded to the president for approval.
- Each faculty member will receive written notice from the president.
- The president is responsible for reporting annually to the chancellor the merit increases in salary awarded to academic and administrative faculty at the top of their salary range.
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