|DHRM Policy 3.05 – Compensation||http://www.dhrm.virginia.gov/hrpolicy/web/pol3_05.html|
|UMW Policy – In-Band Salary Adjustments||https://adminfinance.umw.edu/hr/compensation/classified-positions/resources/in-band-information/|
An employee’s total compensation includes both the salary and the state’s benefits package, for which he or she is eligible. In addition to salary, employees are eligible to receive several kinds of paid time off, group health insurance (with a state contribution to the premiums for full-time employees), state-supported membership in the Virginia Retirement System or Optional Retirement plans, life insurance, short- and long-term disability coverage and other attractive benefits. Many of these benefits are explained in this handbook and may be viewed under Benefits. An employee may also contact the benefits administrator in the Office of Human Resources Office for more detailed information.
The state does not guarantee any specific pay increases or any certain timetable for pay increases. Funds to support pay increases may be provided by the Governor or the legislature, or may be identified within the University budget.
This information applies to classified and wage employees, NOT including supplemental part-time employees.
Classified and wage positions are assigned to approximately 300 roles (titles) within about 60 career groups and seven occupational families. Each role is assigned to one of nine pay bands. Both the employee and the position are assessed for pay purposes using specified factors. Various pay factors and practices are applied to establish an employee’s original salary and to guide the movement of the salary during the employee’s career.
This information applies only to A/P Faculty only.
Administrative and Professional Faculty positions are assigned to grades and pay ranges based on assigned responsibility, market data, and internal alignment. Both the employee and the position are assessed for pay purposes using specified factors. Various pay factors and practices are applied to establish an employee’s original salary and to guide the movement of the salary during the employee’s career.