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Date Revised: 7-1-2006Supersedes: 4-5-2001
Summary: Establishes procedure for making salary adjustments for personnel on split
Recommendations for salary adjustments of faculty in the Division of Agriculture on
split appointment will be determined by the organization (A.E.S. or C.E.S.) holding
the highest percentage of the appointment (e.g., C.E.S. will determine raises for
those split appointees with greater than 50 percent C E S appointment and vice versa
for A.E.S.) In either case, the Associate Director - Agriculture and Natural Resources
or Department Head should contact his counterpart in the other organization to discuss
the salary adjustment before a final decision is made. For faculty at the Research
and Extension Centers, the Associate Director - Agriculture and Natural Resources/Department
Head should consult with the Center Director to help ensure that the decision is consistent
with other Center non- classified personnel.
Recommendations on salary adjustments for faculty with 50/50 appointments will be
made by the Department Head after consultation with their respective Director. For
faculty at the Research and Extension Centers, the Associate Director - Agriculture
and Natural Resources/Department Head should consult the Center Director to ensure
that the decision is consistent with other Center non-classified personnel. Final
decisions on the raise will be negotiated by the directors or their designees prior
to inclusion in the budget.
Because some inconsistencies in rounding of salary adjustments have occurred, the
pay- rolling unit will determine the exact distribution of the salary dollars among
the funding categories. For those faculty on 50/50 appointments, the exact salary
distribution will be provided by the pay-rolling unit.