Talent Development

What Every JMU Supervisor Needs To Know (TD2104)

Tue, 7 Apr 2020 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Location: Wine-Price Building

Session: Session 8 of 9

Description: The "What Every JMU Supervisor Needs to Know" series consists of nine workshops that focuses on the human resources role, responsibility, and tasks you perform as a supervisor. Each session centers on a different function and will emphasize practical understanding and application for supervisors. The series is structured to allow networking and discussion of supervisory challenges as they pertain to each human resource topic.

Notice: The learning associated with this series depends on your attendance and participation with others in all sessions. As a result, you must attend all sessions. Please review your calendars for commitment to the entire series prior to registration. Total class time is 27 hours. Please review the schedule to ensure your attendance at all sessions.

Session 8: Show Me the Money!

Unlike the private sector, public employees cannot rely on an organization's profits or other financial performance indicators used to increase compensation. As a state agency, JMU is subject to both the political process, cost of living, regulations, and other market forces that effect salary increases, bonuses and benefits. However, managers and supervisors should know what opportunities exist to address compensation for their employees. In this closing session we will identify both the pay practices and the responsibilities of the supervisor when addressing compensation.

Outcomes:

  • Introduce the Salary Administration Plan to participants
  • Understand key pay practices and supervisor responsibilities
  • Learn how to address pay concerns with your employees

Facilitated by: Jennifer Kester, Assistant Director, Human Resources; Julie Byers, Benefits Administrator, Human Resources; Chuck Flick, Director, Human Resources

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