Policy Management 
    
    Jul 22, 2018  
Policy Management
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BOT 10.0 - Compensation and Benefits :


SUMMARY/SCOPE
The Board of Trustees delegates to the President the authority to determine compensation and benefits for Edmonds Community College employees.

DESCRIPTION
With respect to employment, compensation and benefits to employees, consultants, and contract workers, the President will ensure fiscal integrity and sensitivity to public image.

Accordingly, the President will:

1. Not change his/her own compensation and benefits.

2. Refrain from promising or implying permanent or guaranteed employment.

3. Honor and uphold all collective bargaining agreements.

4. Honor negotiated contracts with vendors and/or consultants.

5. Recognize non-bargaining unit employees through an equitable compensation plan.

6. Foster continuous professional development.

7. Seek fair, consistent, and competitive compensation and benefits for all employees.

GLOSSARY TERMS
Board of Trustee(s)

RELATED POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
BOT 10.01pr Compensation and Benefits: Procedure 

SOURCE INFORMATION
(was) B 2.5 Compensation and Benefits

CONTENT OWNER. The primary responsibility for this policy belongs to:
President’s Office, Secretary of the Board of Trustees

PRIMARY CONTENT CONTRIBUTOR (Director/Dean)
President’s Office, Secretary of the Board of Trustees

REVIEW PERIOD
Three years. Requires President’s recommendation to the Board of Trustees.

REVIEW HISTORY
2017-Mar 09  Amended by Board Resolution 17-3-6

2014-Feb 18  Amended for Numbering Change to B 2.5

2002-Aug 01  Amended for Name Change

2001-May  Approved B 2.6



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