Compensation & Classification Services
Ensuring that the classification and compensation for any employee is equally fair to both employee and employer. The compensation plan administrative guidelines apply to non-faculty staff employees of Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU). They do not apply to faculty personnel. These guidelines define the operation of the pay program for the covered positions (see Appendix A & Appendix B for list of positions) and take precedence over any other understanding, implied or otherwise. In the event of any conflict between these administrative guidelines and the PVAMU Administrative Procedures, the latter shall prevail.
It is the intent of Prairie View A&M University to maintain a compensation program that:
- Provides a total compensation program that considers the external market, while focusing on ensuring internal equity and taking into account the advantages of a collegiate work environment;
- Enables successful competition in its labor markets;
- Retains its most competent and best qualified personnel;
- Achieves its mission and objectives in the community;
- Promotes a systematic approach to salary administration; and
- Adheres to Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) Regulations 31.01 Compensation and 31.01.01 Compensation Administration.
The compensation program will embody the following principles:
- The values of jobs will be based on a blend of Prairie View A&M University values and culture reflected through core factors and external market values.
- Total compensation for all jobs will take into account funding considerations, appropriate internal job relationships, and market relationships.
- Compensation plans will be well communicated to all employees at the University.
- Performance management will require a cooperative effort between employees and supervisors. Employees and supervisors will be provided opportunities to work together to clarify and meet performance objectives and expectations.
- The performance management program will provide ongoing performance feedback.
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