- Locating your job information - Knowing this information is useful when looking to grow your career or maybe even explore a different field. Learn how to locate your info.
- Job Code Detail - Understand the essential duties and skills of your job and those to which you aspire.
- myPerformance - A tool that’s beginning to be used by more and more units of the UMSystem to track performance all year and to assist with annual reviews with your supervisor.
- FLSA - Under the authority provided by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the U.S. Department of Labor sets requirements like the minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping, and standards for employing minors.
- Career management - Use these tools to manage your own career and/or help facilitate the careers of others
- Non-academic staff compensation program (PDF, 562KB) - For staff who are nonunion, this presentation explains the salary and job structures that are the foundation for your career progression.
- Training and development:
- For faculty: Leadership Development Program
- For staff: Administrative Leadership Development Program
- Pay Matrices - Your job has a pay grade associated with it, and a salary range is assigned to each pay grade. See where you fall within the minimum and maximum of your grade. Coupled with the Job Code Detail, you also can determine what knowledge and skills you need to move up to another title and pay grade.
- Faculty Salary Comparator Data - Data on salaries for UM faculty, with comparison data for peer institutions.
- Information on Leave - Your compensation is about more than the salary you earn. Learn more about the leave you accumulate.
- O*Net Online - A free tool from the U.S. Department of Labor that helps workers and students learn about their career choices.
- Standard Occupational Classification - Also from the Department of Labor, this tool categorizes every job into 23 categories to illustrate how your career choice stacks up against others in your field.
- Tax documents from UM - Learn about the various tax documents faculty, staff, retirees, and others may receive each year to help with your individual tax returns.
Every faculty and staff member is part of the university’s mission to discover, disseminate, preserve, and apply knowledge. Whether you work directly with students or support those who do, you are a part of our commitment to lifelong learning. We offer total rewards to support and honor your contributions.
We believe in giving you our best, so you can do the same for the sake of our students and our community.