|Additional Sources of Information|
|Compliance with I.N.S. Employment Eligibility Regulations|
|Employment Procedures for Classified Personnel|
|Employment Procedures for Contract Personnel (Non-faculty)|
|Family Medical Leave|
|Income Tax on Awards and Prizes|
|Payroll — Direct Deposit|
|Performance Appraisals and Annual Wage Adjustments|
|Termination and Clearance Forms|
|Vacation and Sick Leave|
Performance Appraisals and Annual Wage Adjustments
Classified employees are formally evaluated twice during their initial probationary period. These evaluations provide feedback to employees regarding their performance and occur at two months and five months after the initial date of hire. Classified employees who transfer or are promoted serve a new six-month orientation. Evaluations are conducted at two months and five months after the date of the transfer or promotion. Employees completing the six-month probationary period will be evaluated annually thereafter.
Classified, contract and professional-exempt employees are evaluated regarding job performance on an annual basis. These evaluations serve to support any supervisory recommendation for annual merit adjustments.
Annual wage adjustments for contract and professional-exempt employees are based solely on merit awards regarding job performance.
A general wage adjustment for classified employees consists of a percent of salary applied to all employees and may include an additional percent of salary based on performance.
|ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING|
|ACCOUNTS PAYABLE AND EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT|
|SPONSORED PROJECTS (GRANTS)|
|STUDENT ACCOUNTS AND STUDENT LOANS|
For further information, please call (210) 999-7306, or write to:
Office of Finance & Administration
One Trinity Place
San Antonio, TX 78212-7200
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This page was last modified on June 25, 2012.