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Compensation

At PSU our Compensation practices are governed by Collective Bargaining Agreements (SEIU, AAUP, and AFT), PSU policy/practices, and State and Federal wage and hour laws. It is the University’s goal that employees understand their job duties and to compensate fairly within the University budget and any constraints of these regulatory and administrative requirements. The University’s total compensation package is included in market surveys of our competitive position, reflecting the above market position of offerings in non-direct compensation areas of medical, dental and retirement benefits.

The following table will guide managers and employees to the compensation information for each of our employee groups. Please contact the Compensation & Classification Manager with questions you may have about compensation at PSU.

Classified Employees

Compensation for our Classified positions is governed by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 503, OPEU Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA).

SEIU Collective Bargaining Agreement SEIU 2013-2015 Contract Summary OUS and SEIU Classification & Compensation Study
Salary Ranges (Appendices A-H of OSU/SEIU collective bargaining agreement) Salary Charts with Hourly Conversion Differential Pay and other special compensation types (Lead Work, Work-out-of-class, Shift Differential)
Guidelines for the IT Compensaion Plan
 

Faculty & Academic Professionals (American Associations of Univeristy Professors Contract)

Compensation for our AAUP represented employees is in accordance with the Collective Bargaining Agreement. The following links direct you to some compensation and classification information in the Agreement.

 AAUP 2013 - 2015 Contract Summary
AAUP Collective Bargaining Agreement
Academic Professionals - Job Family Descriptions

AAUP Article 30: Salary

Research Classification & Rank Matrix  

Adjunct Instructors - AFT (American Federation of Teachers Contract)

Compensation for our AFT represented employees is in accordance with the Collective Bargaining Agreement. The following links direct you to some compensation and classification information in the Agreement.

AFT Article 12. Salaries and Payroll Administration American Federation of Teachers (AFT) Collective Bargaining Agreement

Unrepresented/Unclassified/Excluded

Compensation for unrepresented, unclassified, and excluded employees

Unrepresented/Unclassified/Excluded Pay Plan 2013-2015

Student Employees

Compensation for our student employees generally follows the chart shown here and in compliance with State and Federal minimum wage laws

Student Employee Wages Graduate Assistantships