Compensation

  • Positions within the University can be divided into Professional and Classified in accordance with Massachusetts General Law Chapter 75, §14. Determination of Professional status generally follows...
  • Salary administrations for academic personnel such as faculty, librarians, graduate employees, post-doctoral associates and research fellows are administered by the Provost’s Office. Office of the...
  • Positions covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act are generally “Classified”. Positions are classified based on matching duties and responsibilities with specifications contained in state titles and...
  • Positions defined as professionals (see Regulatory Environment) are typically covered by the collective bargaining agreement with the Professional Staff Union (PSU) Unit A. Guidelines are contained...
  • The following policies apply to temporary non-benefited staff (CC/03) positions: CC/03 Campus Policy CC/03 Description of Levels CC/03 Wage Rates (Hourly)
  • Compensation Compensation for Non-Unit Professional Staff is covered in sections IV and V of the University of Massachusetts Personnel Policy for Non-Unit Professional Staff and the Professional...
  • Following are forms and procedures related to Total Compensation. These documents are also in the HR Library. Classified: Position Description Form 30 Classification Appeal Form Annual Performance...