Classification and Compensation is responsible for providing consultation and counseling services to University managers and supervisors on organizational structure, position analysis, and compensation matters. The team is also responsible for determining the most suitable and strategic state system, salary graded or career banded, for an area requesting to establish a new position or reclassify an existing one. Classification and Compensation works to ensure that concurrent position evolution and organizational change promote a university culture of complementary growth and sustainability.
Classification and Compensation provides services for positions subject to the State Personnel Act (SPA). All positions are classified as “subject to” or “exempt from” the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).