Compensation Strategy—Rediscover Total Rewards
Over the next few years, Human Capital Services will undergo a comprehensive initiative to review our rewards systems which will begin with developing job descriptions for all university support staff and unclassified professional staff positions. Unclassified professional staff with faculty status and faculty positions are not included in the study.
Along with developing job descriptions, this initiative also includes an analysis of market competitiveness and designing compensation plans that consider the correlation of total rewards to base pay. Additionally, HCS will create career plans that allow employees the ability to grow their career over time. This multi-year initiative is titled 'Re-Discover Total Rewards'.
Human Capital Services encourages K-State employees to explore this and other associated Total Rewards web pages. Many web pages have been updated and contain new content, including the frequently asked questions.
- Updated Job Descriptions published August 21, 2017
- Compensation methodology video published June 24, 2017
- Updated FAQs June 24, 2017
- Compensation structure resources for managers published April 3, 2017
In the news
- Reclassifications to be accepted beginning Feb. 1 (Jan. 30, 2018)
Requests for position reclassification will be accepted between Feb. 1 and March 15 for the spring collection and review period. Supervisors and managers are encouraged to review position descriptions and determine if a reclassification is appropriate.
- Reclassification process now available (Sept. 19, 2017)
Human Capital Services has revised the reclassification process following the spring 2017 rollout of Total Rewards.
- Total Rewards takes next steps (March 31, 2017)
President Richard Myers writes about Human Capital Services Total Rewards compensation strategy.
- A title challenge (March 30, 2017)
Jeff Morris, acting vice president for Human Capital Services, writes about the Total Rewards changes that will be sent Monday, April 3.
For Further Questions Please Contact:
Compensation and Organizational Effectiveness
Division of Human Capital Services
Kansas State University