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1 Non-Bargaining Compensation Brevard Public Schools

2 Non-Bargaining Compensation Non-bargaining received the same overall budget and thus the recognition afforded the bargaining units!

3 Non-Bargaining Compensation MEETING OBJECTIVE Attendees will leave the meeting with a better understanding of 2007 pay actions, compensation systems, and initiatives for 2008.

4 Non-Bargaining Compensation AGENDA Role of compensation in achieving our mission. Role of compensation in achieving our mission. Overview of 2007 pay actions. Overview of 2007 pay actions. What the Future Looks Like What the Future Looks Like Questions & Answers Questions & Answers

5 Non-Bargaining Compensation NOT THE AGENDA Discussion of individual pay actions—yours or anyone else’s. Discussion of individual pay actions—yours or anyone else’s.

6 Non-Bargaining Compensation BPS’ MISSION: To serve every student with excellence as the standard.

7 Non-Bargaining Compensation Compensation Objective: To attract and retain the highest quality employees, in part by paying competitive salaries with consideration of performance and internal equity.

8 Non-Bargaining Compensation TOTAL COMPENSATION Cash compensation is but one important element. Cash compensation is but one important element. Other important elements include Other important elements include Benefits programs, including Board share of cost. Benefits programs, including Board share of cost. Paid-time-off programs (vacation, holiday, sick/personal leave). Paid-time-off programs (vacation, holiday, sick/personal leave). Board assistance for some types of leaves. Board assistance for some types of leaves. Discounts (e.g., child care) Discounts (e.g., child care)

9 Non-Bargaining Compensation Key Elements Defined: Non-bargaining Non-bargaining Competitive market data Competitive market data Compression/internal equity Compression/internal equity Performance and pay Performance and pay

10 Non-Bargaining Compensation 2007 Pay Actions Total 4.5 percent budget approved by the Board for adjustments and annual increases. Calculated on 6/30/07 salaries and effective 7/1/07. Eligible non-bargaining employees received at least 4.1 percent.

11 Non-Bargaining Compensation 2007 Pay Actions Most approved salary administration procedures remain unchanged (e.g., supplements, administrative days, paid holidays, vacation accrual). Most approved salary administration procedures remain unchanged (e.g., supplements, administrative days, paid holidays, vacation accrual). Pay for Performance for School Based Administrators will continue as currently designed. Pay for Performance for School Based Administrators will continue as currently designed.

12 Non-Bargaining Compensation 2007 Pay Actions Minimum acceptable base salaries for principals ($76,500/$81,600/$89,760). Minimum acceptable base salaries for principals ($76,500/$81,600/$89,760). Minimum acceptable base salaries for assistant principals ($47,500/$49,237/$51, month). Minimum acceptable base salaries for assistant principals ($47,500/$49,237/$51, month). Differential for first-time APs continued at $5000. Differential for first-time APs continued at $5000.

13 Non-Bargaining Compensation Initiatives for : Create job family/career progression for each job function. Create job family/career progression for each job function. Review current salary ranges against market data. Review current salary ranges against market data. Propose appropriate range movement to the Board. Propose appropriate range movement to the Board.

14 Non-Bargaining Compensation Initiatives for : Job Analysis Tool completed by 2/3 of non-bargaining employees. Job Analysis Tool completed by 2/3 of non-bargaining employees. Rough draft of job families completed. Rough draft of job families completed. Initial market pricing for benchmarked jobs completed. Initial market pricing for benchmarked jobs completed.

15 Non-Bargaining Compensation Sample Job Family Matrix (Exempt/Contract) – Not Approved JOB FAMILY ABCDEFG Information Technology EntrySeniorStaffLeadSpec.Supvr. Sr. Spec. Mgr. FinanceEntrySeniorStaffLeadSpec.Supvr. Mgr. School Administration AP Elem. AP Middle AP Senior PrincipalElem. Human Resources EntrySeniorStaffLeadSpec.Supvr. Sr. Spec. Mgr. Leadership Track A – G are pay ranges

16 Non-Bargaining Compensation Initiatives for : Next Steps: Next Steps: Work with appropriate others to gain concurrence on proposed job families. Work with appropriate others to gain concurrence on proposed job families. Prepare proposal to Board for new families, pay ranges, and career paths, including level of funding to implement. Prepare proposal to Board for new families, pay ranges, and career paths, including level of funding to implement.

17 Non-Bargaining Compensation Initiatives for : Review promotional guidelines currently followed. Review promotional guidelines currently followed. Continued improved communications. Continued improved communications. Progress of non-bargaining job analysis and restructuring Progress of non-bargaining job analysis and restructuring Greater manager involvement in pay decisions, ownership, and communications for non- bargaining employees. Greater manager involvement in pay decisions, ownership, and communications for non- bargaining employees.

18 Non-Bargaining Compensation Questions & Answers


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