SPP 403–09: Pay Differentials
To define the compensation related to pay differentials
A pay differential is a compensation rate provided to an employee in a specified classification or position for duties regularly performed that require an additional rate of pay above the market rate established for the employee’s classification.
An example is a police officer who assumes motorcycle duty, who thereby incurs a greater risk than a police officer who is not assigned motorcycle duty.
The Office of Human Resources will review the specific classification/position that requires a pay differential and recommend the additional compensation rate of the pay differential.
The president/provost or designee must approve a pay differential.
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