Classification and Compensation

Classification & Compensation


 

Classification and Compensation is responsible for maintaining and implementing a uniform classification and pay plan for Support Personnel (SP) and Administrative Managerial Professional (AMP) positions.

This area processes position establishments, reclassifications, position review and analysis, position description updates, salary increases, compensation/classification studies, internal/external salary surveys, financial disclosure compliance, outside employment approvals, and organizational chart maintenance for the University.

Classification and Compensation processes provide the foundation for all personnel functions within the University. We are committed to servicing the needs of the University community and invite any questions you may have.

Workday

Workday is used to document and approve  classification actions as well as to post positions for recruitment. Access and use of this system is required for creating positions, reclassifications, updates, creating job requisitions, and job/position postings. Workday is “role based” which grants users access to certain types of information and business processes based upon the roles associated with their position. In order to be granted a specific security role, a request must be made through the Help Desk Ticket system. 

For Questions specific to PeopleAdmin, please contact Recruitment Services at empl@fau.edu

Create Positions - formally Establishments - Use the Create Position Business Process when creating a position for the first time. 

Create Positions to post – Use the Create Job requisition Process when creating a new position to post. 

Updates - A position update should occur when there are a change in duties that are within the scope of the same classification or if additional responsibilities and duties will be permanent. Positions should be reviewed on an annual basis for accuracy. Use the Edit Position Restrictions Business process when updating a position description.

Reclassifications -  A position should be considered for reclassification if the essential functions (duties) of the position no longer match the requirements of its current classification. Use the Edit Position Restrictions and Edit Position Business Processes.

For Job Aids and Tutorials please visit our FAU Wordpress Website for Workday.

Request Compensation Change – Use this process for Special Pay Increases, Allowances, and other standalone salary or hourly rate requests.
One Time Payment: Use this business process for Bonuses (Negotiated/Contract Only) and Performance Payments.

Fair Labor Standards Act Regulations (FLSA) (Click for summary and link to law) 
The FLSA is the Federal law that defines pay practices, including requirements for Exempt vs. Non-exempt pay status.  Nonexempt employees are subject to the minimum wage and overtime pay provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Most are paid on an hourly basis. Exempt is a term referring to groups of employees that are exempt from the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act and includes executives, administrative employees, professional employees and those engaged in outside sales.

Forms

Letter of Offer for SP to AMP (Promotions Related Reclassifications, Same Position Number ONLY) 

Please scan, attach to position in Workday and email a copy of the fully executed offer letter to classncomp@fau.edu 

Request for Approval of Perquisites

Request for Approval of Perquisites

Perquisites Form Instructions

  • Please fill out, save to desktop, and email classncomp@fau.edu for approvals
  • After all approvals are obtained, a copy will be emailed to initiator, and attached to the position in Workday by Classification and Compensation

 


Classification & Compensation Team

Michael Davis, Assistant Director
561 297-3026
michael.davis@fau.edu

Jennifer Munro, Sr. Representative
561-297-1389
jennmunro@fau.edu

Classification and Compensation Group Email:
classncomp@fau.edu

Classification and Compensation processes provide the foundation for all personnel functions within the University. We are committed to servicing the needs of the University community and invite any questions you may have.



 Last Modified 5/14/19