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2012 TOTAL REWARDS eSTATEMENT (May 2013)

Working for the university has many rewards---competitive pay, comprehensive benefits, exciting career prospects and opportunities for work/life balance. Ever wonder how much your total JHU employment package adds up to? Your 2012 Total Rewards eStatement provides a comprehensive overview of your total compensation and benefits package and it will be available online on or around April 23.

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Tags: Benefits , Compensation, Total Rewards

Amendments to JHU Personnel Policies (December 2012)

Effective October 30, 2012, the hours of work, overtime and payroll policies have been amended. Please refer to these important changes for requirements to pay non-exempt staff for hours worked. More...

Tags: Compensation, Policy Manual, Payroll

Fast Facts on Compensation for Staff (May 2012)

Understanding and Calculating Regular Rate
Besides appropriately determining what hours are considered compensable under the Fair Labor Standards Act, it is equally crucial to calculate overtime pay correctly for non-exempt employees and to avoid judgments to pay back wages and other penalties. A FastFacts scheduled on April 24, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. EDT, is the second in a four part series on wage & hour laws and regulations, timekeeping and payroll procedures applicable to the University’s non-bargaining unit employees.

Tracking Time in e210 & Processing Overtime in SAP
Employers are required by the Fair Labor Standards Act to maintain proper and timely records of hours worked by non-exempt employees. Maintaining proper records is crucial, and an employer’s ability to produce accurate and complete records is especially important if and when there are questions about an employee’s pay. A FastFacts scheduled on May 10, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. EDT is the third in a four part series on wage & hour laws and regulations, timekeeping and payroll procedures applicable to the University’s non-bargaining unit employees. More...

Tags: Compensation, FLSA, Pay

Fast Facts on Compensation for Staff ~ Part 1 of 4 Part Series (April 2012)

Pay and Hours Worked
Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, non-exempt employees must be paid for each hour they work. What constitutes these “hours worked” for which non-exempt employees must be paid is not always straightforward. Understanding FLSA’s definition for “hours worked” is critical in ensuring that non-exempt employees are compensated correctly and that employers are not hit with judgments to pay back wages and other penalties. A FastFacts scheduled on March 28, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. EDT, is the first in a four part series on wage & hour laws and regulations, timekeeping and payroll procedures applicable to the University’s non-bargaining unit employees. More...

Tags: Compensation, FLSA, Pay

2010 TOTAL REWARDS eSTATEMENT (June 2011)

Working for the university has many rewards—competitive pay, comprehensive benefits, exciting career prospects and opportunities for work/life balance. Ever wonder how much your total JHU employment package adds up to? Your 2010 Total Rewards eStatement provides a comprehensive overview of your total compensation and benefits package and it will be available online on or around May 20th. Please check back with the HR website around that time. Sign on is quick and easy using your JHED ID and password. Your Total Rewards eStatement will remain available online for review the remainder of the year. More...

Tags: Benefits , Compensation

Revisions to the Personnel Policy Manual (March 2011)

Keep apprised of changes to JHU’s HR policies and procedures.

Hours of Work and Overtime (revised, September 2010) - This amendment to the policy clarifies compensation for a non-exempt employee working beyond the standard hours of a work week.

Leaves of Absence without Pay (revised, January 2011) – This amendment to the policy provides under specific conditions a leave without pay can exceed one year.

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Tags: Overtime, Compensation, FLSA, Leave