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As a supervisor of professional or supervisory staff, you play a critical role in the success of the P4P and SCP programs.
Informational sessions are held each spring with UHR staff to help you understand the current year's program, how to set and communicate performance standards to your employees, and how to effectively facilitate the appraisal process. University Human Resources staff will also guide you through the unique issues and problems that sometimes face supervisors during the P4P and SCP processes.
New supervisors are encouraged to attend the session. You can register online via the Information Sessions for Supervisors and Facilitators webpage once the schedule for information sessions has been announced.
The employee may initiate a review within 30 calendar days of receipt of the salary notification letter from University Human Resources or notification by the department where there is no salary change.
The employee starts the process by submitting the required forms to her or his immediate supervisor and moving up through subsequent levels of supervision up to the vice president/chancellor of the employee’s area. Each level of supervision must also meet with the employee as requested and provide a written response to the employee within the specified timeframe.
The vice president/chancellor may review the matter based upon the employee’s written requests for review and prior supervisor resolutions. In all cases, the decision of the vice president/chancellor is final. The Review Process If Procedure is Not Followed will provide you with the specifics of this process.
|Department||University Human Resources|
|Communicates area timeline and processes to supervisors||Provides universitywide communication about annual programs, ratings and timelines|
|Makes recommendation on rating and increase to vice president/chancellor||Manages the P4P Online Management System|
|Facilitates appraisal meetings for all nonaligned staff employees in area||Educates supervisors on the appraisal process|
|Communicates overall rating and increases to employees|
|Retains original P4P forms with final signatures|