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Compease. Staff Salary Administration Program. Compease - General. A fully qualified and effective work force is essential to the College’s success Fundamental to pay employees a fair and equitable amount for their services Achieved through a salary system that is Internally consistent

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Compease

Staff Salary Administration Program

compease general
Compease - General
  • A fully qualified and effective work force is essential to the College’s success
  • Fundamental to pay employees a fair and equitable amount for their services
  • Achieved through a salary system that is
    • Internally consistent
    • Externally competitive
    • Responsive to changes in economic conditions
compease job evaluation objectives
Compease – Job Evaluation Objectives
  • Focus on the job and not the person holding it
  • Treat employees doing approximately the same kind and/or level of work similarly in regard to pay
  • The job evaluation process attempts to:
    • Establish the relative value of jobs
    • Group jobs into appropriate pay grades
    • Ensure a basis for disciplined rather than arbitrary judgments
    • Provide consistent, understandable measure of the worth of each job
compease job evaluation process
Compease – Job Evaluation Process
  • Process is carried out by utilizing guide charts
  • Evaluation method is essentially a point/factor comparison plan
  • Built around a group of jobs called benchmarks
    • Well established, clear-cut, clearly understood jobs within the College
    • Representative of large employee populations (this is more applicable at lower levels)
    • Easily compared to like jobs outside the organization
  • Includes all regular (non-temporary) jobs at the College except for faculty and coaching positions
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Compease – Job Evaluation Process Continued
  • Ten Compensatory factors
    • Knowledge/skills
    • Problem Solving (effort)
    • Accountability
compease determination of salary structures
Compease — Determination of Salary Structures
  • Process by which monetary values are attached to salary grades
  • Assists the College in meeting their salary administration objectives
  • Salary surveys are utilized to determine salary levels for both campuses
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Compease — Determination of Salary Structures Continued
  • Extreme care is taken to ensure benchmark jobs used for surveys are representative of our organization
    • Commonly found in most competitive companies
    • Cover substantial portion of employee population
    • Varying salary levels
    • Represent major functional areas
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Compease – Types of Salary Structures
  • Three salary structures: executive, exempt (salaried), and non-exempt (hourly)
    • Non-exempt based on local labor market
    • Exempt based on local/regional or industry labor market
    • Executive based on regional/national or industry labor market
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Compease – Elements of Salary Ranges
  • Midpoints (job market rate) considered the critical points in administering salaries
  • Controlling guide is the pattern which provides the closest fit to competitive practices
  • The spread, maximum rate minus minimum rate, varies by salary structure
compease sample job evaluation
Compease – Sample Job Evaluation
  • File Clerk
    • Experience—1 (The job can be learned in hours or days or weeks.)
    • Education—2 (A high school education or GED.)
    • Managerial Responsibility—1 (Has no supervisory/managerial responsibilities.)
    • Interpersonal Skills—1 (Normal courtesy in dealing with others is required. Work involves minimal contacts, usually within the department. Contact usually involving routine, non-sensitive issues.)
    • Independent Judgment—2 (Specific standards and operating procedures provide some options and latitude for independent decision and action. Decisions are usually limited to choosing between two or three known options. There is minimal room for discretion. Decisions normally take the form of recommendations (very limited decision-making authority.))
    • Mental Process—1 (Problems encountered are simple in nature, requiring a choice from a limited number of prescribed options.)
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Compease – Sample Job Evaluation Continued
  • Organizational Impact—1 (Has little or no noticeable authority to make decisions that would impact the overall goals and objectives of the College and would not have budgetary responsibilities. The impact of the job would generally effect the services or product which an individual student would receive. Does not have budgetary responsibilities and is not authorized to make decisions that would commit or jeopardize college assets/budget.)
  • Organizational Restraint—2 (Moderate supervision and inspection of work. Errors can be difficult to detect but are generally easy to resolve and/or consequences of potential errors is of some concern but not significant.)
  • Physical Demands—1 (Job may require lifting light weight objects (1 to 10 pounds) with no repetitive bending or stooping. Occasionally lift average weight objects (1 to 10 pounds.))
  • Working Environment—1 (Regular exposure to favorable conditions such as those found in a normal office.)
  • Resulting job grade based on evaluation: 4
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Compease – Status at the College
  • On January 15, 16, and 17 designated college staff, along with a consultant from KG and Associates (creator of the Compease software) met with supervisors to evaluate 215 regular full-time and part-time positions
  • KG and Associates also provided training to designated college staff on how to use the Compease system
  • Analysis of results
  • Held conference call with consultant on February 13 to go over results of analysis of evaluation
  • Plan to utilize the Compease system for staff salary increases for the 2008-2009 fiscal year if moneys are available for this purpose
  • Also, as part of the process, our plan is to post all staff positions with corresponding grades and make this posting accessible to employees.
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Compease – Additional Information
  • KG and Associates provides 800 number phone support anytime for no additional cost
  • The software allows a way to do a market comparison or Compa-ratio
  • Tool to calculate cost of salary increases by the person, department, and the institution
  • The software provides a process for writing and maintaining job descriptions
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