To determine the appropriate compensation for supplemental
All regular, exempt classified employees,
and non-faculty administrators
Exempt employees must obtain
prior written approval from the appropriate administrative official before
performing supplemental work for another department. Supplemental
pay will be provided to an employee who performs work for a
different department or performs different duties. Supplemental
work includes tasks requiring an employee’s specific
expertise or teaching academic or special interest courses.
Supplemental pay may be provided under any of the following
- The supplemental work is within the employee’s regular
job classification, but is performed for a
department other than the employee’s assigned department and
beyond the employee’s regular hours.
- The supplemental work is a specific type that is separate and
distinct from the duties and responsibilities of the
employee’s regular job classification. In this case, the pay
rate will be within the range of the assigned market zone of the job
classification that encompasses the supplemental work or at a pay
rate approved by the Office of Human Resources (OHR) Partners.
- The supplemental work is teaching a special interest course
that is offered without academic credit. The rate of compensation
shall be based on the type of supplemental activity performed and
approved by OHR.
- The supplemental work is teaching an academic course that will
generate student credit hours. The rate of compensation shall be
based on the normal compensation provided for the type of work
rendered and shall be approved by Academic Affairs.
The percentage of supplemental activities shall not
exceed 20 percent of the regular (primary) position within a fiscal year. This can be increased to 40% if a staff member teaches 3 credit-hours during a summer or 7.5 week session within a fiscal year.
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