TD2383


Note: A minimum pre-registration of 10 participants is required for this workshop to be facilitated as scheduled.

Total Workshop Time: 2.0 hours

Pre-requisites: None

Description:

Unlike the private sector, public employees cannot rely on an organizations 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 session we will identify both the pay practices and the responsibilities of the supervisor when addressing compensation.

Learning Objectives:

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

Type of Information: Receiving data and practice

Level of Interaction: Pair and table sharing

Extent of Practice: Scenarios and activities

Facilitated by: HR Consulting Services Team

Related Classes

Level: Fundamental

Type: Single Session

Competency: Supervision/Management

Series: New for 2021

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