For HR Administrators A message from Kathleen Cheng, Manager, Compensation, Human Resources Carey Murphy has joined the Compensation Team as a Compensation Associate. Carey brings to the Compensation Team her UBC administrative experience from her previous role as Leader, HR Administrative Practices in the Department, and her salary administration experience from CBC. With Carey joining [...]
For HR Administrators. Advisory Services and Total Compensation have released a memo regarding the 2012 M&P Compensation Review. We are embarking on a market review in order to evaluate the competitiveness of the University’s M&P compensation. It is important to the University to retain fair and competitive compensation for our M&P staff, and regular surveys [...]
Compensation has released a memo regarding the 2011 Performance-Based Merit Pay Program (May 4, 2011). Administrators with staff who may qualify for performance-based merit will have received an email copy of this memo, along with a department spreadsheet. If you have not received your spreadsheet, or if you have any questions about Merit, please contact [...]
By Lisa Castle, Associate Vice-President, Human Resources. On behalf of everyone in HR, I am excited to welcome the members of the Health Promotions Programs unit into Human Resources. While always part of my portfolio, the recent reorganization of the Department of Health, Safety and Environment will see HPP transitioning into HR’s Total Compensation unit [...]
A memo about staff honoraria payment requests was distributed on January 17. This memo serves as a reminder that unionized staff are not entitled to receive any honoraria payment. Find the memo at http://www.hr.ubc.ca/memos/staff-honoraria-payment-requests-jan-17-2011/.
Further to our May 13, 2010, memo on the 2010 M&P Performance-Based Merit Pay Program, Compensation has an update on Merit payments. As is the case with performance-based merit pay for employees at their salary maximum, rewards for meritorious performance for employees over their salary midpoint (but not yet at the maximum) can be given [...]