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Military leave

No forms or guides are associated with the topic “military leave”. However, you will find more information on options for university benefits available during a military leave of absence on the military page.  

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Job audit questionnaire (JAQ)

Another job evaluation tool that is designed to collect detailed information about the duties and responsibilities of the job as it currently exists from the job incumbent’s point of view. The collected job data will be used to help develop or revise job descriptions and evaluate the job for appropriate classification.

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Position classification questionnaire- Information Technology (IT) addendum

For use with the full Position Classification Questionnaire (PCQ) when job is in the IT job family.

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Position classification questionnaire- Research addendum

For use with the full Position Classification Questionnaire (PCQ) when job is in the Research job family.

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University of Missouri Position Classification Questionnaire

Use this form to classify a new position or reclass an incumbent or vacant position.

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University of Missouri System Departmental Job Description Template

Template for writing a departmental job description

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University of Missouri System Global Job Description Template

Template for writing a global job description

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Merit handbook

The merit handbook for employees/managers in the immediate UM System offices helps explain the link between pay and merit. This handbook also details recommend annual merit increases based on performance and where your employees fall within their ranges.

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Merit handbook video

The merit handbook video for employees/managers in the immediate UM System offices helps explain the link between pay and merit. This handbook also details recommend annual merit increases based on performance and where your employees fall within their ranges.

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MU Compensation Administrative Considerations and Guidelines

Guidelines and considerations for making salary adjustments

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MUHC Compensation Administrative Considerations and Guidelines

Guidelines and considerations for making salary adjustments

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Non-Academic Staff Compensation Program - Employee Presentation

Set of slides to explain to employees how the Global Grading System was put in place for administrative, service, and support staff compensation.

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Non-Academic Staff Compensation Structure & Administration - Leadership Presentation

Set of slides to explain to leaders how the Global Grading System was put in place for administrative, service, and support staff compensation.

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S&T Compensation Administrative Considerations and Guidelines

Guidelines and considerations for making salary adjustments

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UMKC Compensation Administrative Considerations and Guidelines

Guidelines and considerations for making salary adjustments

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UMSL Compensation Administrative Considerations and Guidelines

Guidelines and considerations for salary adjustments

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Administrative, Service and Support Staff Compensation Leadership Administration Guidelines

The University of Missouri has prepared this Leadership Administration Guidelines for use by the Human Resources Department and supervisors/managers (leaders) who have responsibility for people – that is, those who have a part in setting and administering the pay of employees. Its purpose is to provide a detailed source of information that will help the organization manage non-academic and non-union staff compen- sation in a consistent manner.

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Support for a Distressed Colleague: How to Recognize When Someone Needs Assistance

Presentation to review the signs and symptoms of distress, identify strategies to help, and become familiar with resources

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University of Missouri System IT Career Path Structure

Job title structure and salary ranges for the Division of Information Technology

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Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) university policy

The university complies with the provisions of the FLSA applicable to public employers and educational institutions. In an effort to assure compliance with the FLSA, the university has established a number of policies as part of the UM System HR Manual, including HR-202: FLSA Status. Related policies include:

Additional information is available on the FLSA webpage.

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