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Additional Compensation Policy
Board of Governors Policy 2.3.030
Revised and approved by the Board of Governors on December 14, 2001
The purpose of this policy is to provide an avenue by which full-time non-teaching professional and support staff members of the University of Central Missouri can receive additional compensation for conducting workshops, seminars, courses or other activities which are of benefit to the university, but which are not part of their regular job description.
A. Full-time, non-teaching professional and support staff employees of the University of Central Missouri may accept responsibility to prepare for and conduct university workshops, seminars, courses, etc., which are not a part of their regular job description.
B. Additional compensation may be approved for the preparation for and performance of a workshop, seminar, course, etc., if the employee takes vacation time or performs the assignment during other than regularly scheduled working hours.
C. Permission of the supervisor is required, along with the approval of release time for that purpose, when the workshop, seminar, course, etc. is to occur during the employee's regularly assigned working hours. Additional compensation may not be approved for such assignments.
D. Employees shall be paid in compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act and applicable university policies.
E. Bargaining unit employees are covered by their Memorandums of Understanding with the university and are exempted from this policy.
Link to procedure: "Additional Compensation"
Approved by the Board of Regents June 24, 1992
Approved by the Board of Governors on December 14, 2001
Formatting updated August 1, 2007