The Civil Service Compensation and Benefits Subcommittee broadly represents civil service employees in the governance processes at the University in the areas of compensation, job classification, employee benefits, and the University’s organizational goals.

2021-22 Civil Service Compensation and Benefits Subcommittee Leadership

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Meeting Schedule

2021-22 Meeting Schedule

The Civil Service Compensation & Benefits Subcommittee meets Wednesdays from noon-1 p.m., unless otherwise noted. 

DATE TIME LOCATION
August 11, 2021 noon-1 p.m. Online Via Zoom
September 8, 2021 noon-1 p.m. Online Via Zoom
October 13, 2021 noon-1 p.m. Online Via Zoom
November 10, 2021 noon-1 p.m. Online Via Zoom
December 8, 2021 noon-1 p.m. Online Via Zoom
January 12, 2022 noon-1 p.m. Online Via Zoom
February 9, 2022 noon-1 p.m. Online Via Zoom
March 9, 2022 noon-1 p.m. Online Via Zoom
April 13, 2022 noon-1 p.m. Online Via Zoom
May 11, 2022 noon-1 p.m. Online Via Zoom
June 8, 2022 noon-1 p.m. Online Via Zoom

Committee members will be automatically added to a Google Calendar invite for these meetings at the beginning of the 2021-22 academic year.

Membership

Committee Charge

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS SUBCOMMITTEE  

Purpose

The Compensation and Benefits Subcommittee broadly represents Civil Service employees in the governance processes at the University in the areas of compensation, job classification, employee benefits and the University’s organizational goals.

Duties

  1. Set up annual meeting schedule and send it to Senate support staff for posting to the website.
  2. Respond to Civil Service employee questions as requested by the chair.
  3. Coordinate and work with OHR on issues and questions related to market-based compensation.
  4. Monitor the health care and dental benefits and the life and disability insurance of Civil Service. Report on coverage plan details including any changes to cost or coverage. Report Civil Service UPlan member feedback regarding health benefits to the Benefits Advisory Committee.
  5. Monitor state level issues that impact Minnesota State Retirement System.
  6. Provide a report at all CSCC and CS Senate meetings. 
  7. Provide a report for any communication to Civil Service employees.