Effort Certification. Don’t Ignore It… Take credit for your efforts!. Revised 7/11. Objectives. Operational Definitions: Effort Institutional Base Salary Workload Why certify? (or what if we don’t?) Who is required to certify? What are we really certifying? Workload example
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Don’t Ignore It…
Take credit for your efforts!
Effort is proposed
Salary is charged
Effort is Certified
Work or the proportion of time spent on any activity and expressed as a percentage of University time. It does not equate to a 40 hour week or a fixed number of hours.
Assert in writing the correctness of employee effort.Effort Certification Defined
The Building Blocks of Faculty Effort
12 credit contact hours or 18 teaching contact hours per week per semester constitutes a 100% workload for the semester for the academic year. Assignment of a workload of other credit-contact hours per week or teaching contact hours per week per semester will be prorated as a percentage of workload for the semester, e.g. 9 credit-contact hours per week per semester constitutes a 75% workload for the semester for the academic year; 6 credit-contact hours per week per semester constitutes a 50% workload for the semester for the academic year; 3 credit-contact hours per week per semester constitutes a 25% workload for the semester for the academic year.
And what if we don’t?
Severe penalties and funding disallowances could result from inaccurate (False Claims), incomplete, or untimely effort reporting.
Fall semester, AY2005
Award Long Title
09/01/2007 to 01/15/2008
Cost Share Funding
UD Effort Policy (6-5)
Manager of Effort Certification