Overall Rating Silver - expired
Overall Score 53.11
Liaison Cindy Shea
Submission Date Jan. 31, 2011
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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
PAE-11: Sustainable Compensation

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 8.00 / 8.00 David Turner
Senior Director of Human Resources Planning & Systems
Human Resources
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Total number of employees working on campus (including contractors):
12,086

Number of employees (including contractors) that the institution ensures earn sustainable compensation:
12,086

A brief description of how the institution ensures that its lowest-paid workers (including contractors, if applicable) receive sustainable compensation:

It is the policy of the State of North Carolina to compensate its employees sufficiently to encourage excellent performance and to maintain labor market competitiveness. The State Personnel Commission conducts annual compensation surveys for presentation to the State legislature. State policy may be found at http://www.osp.state.nc.us/manuals/manual99/genpay.pdf.

The UNC Office of Human Resources uses local market data to ensure it is offering both a fair living wage and that the University is competitive with local employers. In 2008, the Chancellor reviewed and raised the salaries of the University's lowest paid employees by increasing the minimum annual salary to $25,000 for full-time permanent employees.
http://hr.unc.edu/policies-procedures-guidelines/spa-employee-policies/recruitment-and-selection/POSTING


The most recent year total compensation for the institution’s lowest-paid workers (including contractors, if applicable) was evaluated to ensure that it was sustainable:
2,008

The website URL where information about the institution’s compensation policies and practices is available:

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