Classification and Compensation Project Begins

The previously announced Classification and Compensation (C&C) project formally began on January 6, 2014.  Dr. James Fox, managing director of Fox Lawson & Associates foxlawson.com, presented a series of employee meetings providing a detailed overview of the project and timelines as well as an explanation of employee involvement.  Although inclement weather prevented Dr. Fox from attending the faculty institute as planned, sessions were held the following day in the Bradford Hall auditorium, where a project overview and timelines were discussed.  Additional informational information sessions are being planned, and details are forthcoming.

In his presentation, Dr. Fox delivered a detailed explanation of how non-faculty employees will complete a key document in the project: the Position Description Questionnaire (PDQ).  It is expected that every non-faculty employee will complete a PDQ, which will be reviewed by at least two levels of supervision.  In some limited cases in which multiple employees perform the exact same duties, a group PDQ may be completed.  Questions, if any, may be directed to Gary Meiseles, Director of Human Resources, at 597-6438 or:  gary.meiseles@kysu.edu.

Presentation Videos

Compensation Presentation Part I

It is recommended that you open the Employee Presentation while viewing this video.

Compensation Presentation Part II

It is recommended that you open the Position Description Questionnaire while viewing this video.

The university has identified a representative Advisory Committee to provide advice and guidance to the project. If you have any questions or wish to provide input, please contact any of the Committee members. Depending upon the question, you may wish to direct your inquiry to the member based upon her/his focal area but any of the members are available to accept your information. The members of the Committee are:

Faculty and Teaching Contacts

Hourly Staff Contact

Land Grant/Extension Contact

Salaried Staff Contact

  • Vacant (TBA)

Compensation and Classification Study Resources

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