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Director of HR
Saint Joseph's College strives to ensure that all compensation/benefit practices are fair and equitable.
The lowest paid part time employees (specifically adjunct faculty) are eligible for benefits based upon the definition of the ACA. These employees are also eligible to contribute to the College's pension plan.
Saint Joseph's College engaged in a comprehensive FLSA status analysis in preparation for last year's anticipated Department of Labor change. Position descriptions were confirmed and analyzed to determine if the current FLSA status was correct, and if so, any salaries needing to be raised to the pending minimum of $47, 476 for the exempt status were increased. Although the anticipated DOL changes did not go into effect, the College proceeded with increasing salaries and as needed to demonstrate its commitment to an equitable wage. This analysis was broad in scope and included the lowest wage earners.
Strategic Plan, Goal 6: Saint Joseph's College will be recognized as a "Best Place To Work"
While Saint Joseph’s College is blessed with a wonderful history and a singular setting, our most valuable asset are the members of the College community. Our recognition of this reality and our deep appreciation for what each one of us contributes to the college’s learning community and to our engagement with students is reflected in our
governance and decision-making systems, our personnel policies, our opportunities for personal and professional growth, and our compensation and reward and recognition plans. Saint Joseph’s faculty and staff are more than simply “motivated.” They are “engaged” in the important work that makes Saint Joseph’s a strong institution today
and an even stronger one tomorrow and are proud of their membership in the College community.
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