Staff Compensation Study Updates
Welcome to the Georgia College Salary Study Website!
To meet its strategic goals, GC must succeed in attracting, retaining and rewarding talented and mission invested employees who can build and maintain a quality academic institution. Toward that end, the university engaged the services of Sibson Consulting to conduct its comprehensive staff compensation study.
The primary objective of this study is to establish a competitive classification and compensation program. Detailed information about the goals and steps of the study can be found in the Request for Proposals (RFP) listed below.
We have also included all other documents related to the study to keep you informed of our progress. Please check back regularly for updates.
For information and questions about the study, please contact Yves-Rose SaintDic, 478-445-1382 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|03/25/11||- Release of RFP for the Staff Compensation Study (PDF)|
|06/22/11||- Sibson Consulting is selected as Vendor|
|07/29/11||- Campus Announcement from Dr. Paul Jones (PDF)|
|08/03/11||- Announcement to supervisor list serve about updating Position Descriptions (PDs) (PDF)|
|08/08/11||- PDs sent to supervisors with a deadline of 08/22/11 (PDF)|
|08/22/11||- Campus kick-off meeting with Sibson (PDF)|
|09/01/11||- Reminder sent to supervisors regarding updating PDs (PDF)|
|09/08/11||- Compensation survey disseminated to staff (PDF)|
|09/19/11||- Comparison Markets (PDF)|
|10/03/11||- Compensation committee conference call with Sibson|
|10/05/11||- Summary results of campus focus groups and open forum (PDF)|
|10/05/11||- Summary results of campus survey (PDF)|
|10/13/11||- Campus visit by Sibson|
|11/17/11||- Comparison Markets (PDF)|
|11/17/11||- Georgia College Compensation Philosophy (PDF)|
|01/13/12||- Completed competitive market assessment and assessment of current practices|
|01/27/12||- Sibson campus visit to finalize salary structures, job classification methodology and pay guidelines|
|04/04/12||- Update on Compensation Study sent to Campus Community|