Supplementary I Compensation
Supplementary I compensation has the effect of providing additional contractual obligation beyond the terms of a full-time Standing appointment. For example, supplemental compensation will be added so that an individual who’s standing contractual obligation is for 36 weeks is employed temporarily for one to twelve additional weeks.
Funds are provided on a temporary basis, although the original source may be either permanent (such as allocation fund) or temporary (such as salary savings from an unfilled position). Supplementary I compensation is discontinued at the stated ending date, but may be renewed. Supplementary I compensation is provided to both full-time academic and exempt staff.
Supplemental I payments are made at the time the services are performed (whenever possible this should be in the same tax year). In no circumstance will the University process payment for services performed more than six months in the past. In no case should the Supplemental 1 compensation being paid in total for a fiscal year exceed 33.3% of the exempt employee's annualized salary.
Supplementary II Compensation
Supplementary II compensation supplements full-time Standing or Fixed-Term I appointments for approved additional services provided during the same weeks of service of these appointments. Funds are provided on a temporary basis. Supplementary II compensation is discontinued at the stated ending date, but may be renewed. Supplementary II payments are made to academic personnel, and may be made to exempt staff personnel when performing extra non-continuing assignments as outlined in HR90.
The faculty member's first duty and responsibility is to their primary appointment at the University. Therefore, the dean (or assistant or associate dean if delegated by the dean) of the faculty member's college of primary appointment must approve any arrangement for Supplemental II compensation made with another University unit.
Supplemental II payments are made at the time the services are performed (whenever possible this should be in the same tax year). In no circumstance will the University process payment for services performed more than six months in the past. The rate of pay for supplemental compensation shall not exceed the amount paid for services under the terms of the faculty member's primary appointment. In addition, any Supplementary II compensation arrangements which would raise the employee's total pay received from the University to more than 20% above their annualized salary in any fiscal year must be approved by the dean of the faculty member's college of primary appointment. The record of such extraordinary payments will be reviewed annually by the Executive Vice President and Provost.
There may also be unique situations that require the use of Supplemental II compensation for academic personnel, which do not fall under the normal guidelines. In those rare situations, the dean must obtain the approval of the Executive Vice President and Provost before making any commitment to the academic employee regarding Supplemental II compensation.