• Compensation

    Philosophy

    Hamline University strives to offer employees a total compensation program which includes salary, benefits, career opportunities and a positive culture and work environment.  The University will maintain a comprehensive compensation program that is equitable without regard to race; color; gender/sex; ethnic background; national origin; sexual orientation; gender presentation; marital, domestic partner or parental status; status with regard to public assistance; disability; religion; age; veteran status; or protected class status according to applicable local, state or federal laws.

    Because of its importance to the University and its employees, the Board of Trustees has established a total compensation philosophy, the cornerstones of which are:

    1. A culture of Pay for Performance
    2. An environment of Internal Equity
    3. Opportunities for Growth and Development
    4. Responsive to market influences to support a Competitive Position  

    Special Payroll Payment Form

    Special Payroll Payment Form(Word) - to be used for special one time or temporary recurring payroll payments, not to exceed 3 months

    Special Payroll Payment Form(pdf) - to be used for special one time or temporary recurring payroll payments, not to exceed 3 months

    Compensation Definitions and Guidelines

     

    Staff Performance Reviews

    The Staff Performance Review process should:

    • Establish a format for the dialogue between supervisor and staff member to discuss performance in relation to core competencies and goal accomplishments.

    • Provide a mechanism to assist in improving where necessary staff job performance and work contributions.

    • Provide the University with performance-based information to support a decision for merit pay, promotion, transfer, demotion or discharge.

    • Serve as a framework for determining a staff member's future development needs and preparing the staff member for increased and/or changed job responsibilities through professional development, training and coaching.

    Employee Instructions

    Supervisor Instructions

    Staff Performance Review Form 2014-15

  • recent news

    Snow has fallen, the sun is high, and the first Piper Report of 2016 is posted and ready for your viewing pleasure.

    Allison Baker, assistant professor of studio arts, had her work shown at Grin Gallery in Providence, RI. Baker was recently interviewed for the gallery's website. In the article, she discusses the politics and inspiration behind her recent body of work. Her work was also reviewed by Big, Red, and Shiny magazine.

    Faculty are encouraged to nominate an undergraduate student as a Ridgway Forum Fellow by Friday, February 12, 2016. Nominees must currently be a junior (at least 64 earned credits), may be in any undergraduate field, have at least one more year prior to graduation, and be planning to complete their undergraduate education at Hamline University.