A full listing of benefits is posted at http://hr.buffalostate.edu/benefits
The glossary of HRM terms is posted at http://hr.buffalostate.edu/glossary-terms
The following are highlighted benefits that may be of particular intereste to full- and part-time faculty and librarians. The Human Resource Management Office website provides detailed listings of benefits, updates, helpful links, and name and address change forms.
Buffalo State UUP Chapter website
Summer Session Compensation:
For ten-month academic staff, each faculty member is eligible to teach three to four sections total (normal semester load) and no more than two sections in the same session. The current compensation rate for a 3 credit courses ranges from $2,880–$6,240 for undergraduate and $2,850–$7000 per 3 credit course depending upon class enrollment. Summer session teaching compensation and professional obligations are detailed in the normal summer session contract. Contact the Continuing Professional Studies Office.
Discretionary Salary Adjustments:
Discretionary salary adjustments serve to reward and encourage excellence in teaching, scholarly or creative activity, and in college or community service; to redress base salary inequities; and to respond to evidence of market value clearly beyond that reflected in current base salaries. See DOPS for policy. The timetable for actions is published annually in the Daily Bulletin.
Faculty and professional staff earn accruals during the course of their employment in accordance with the UUP contract agreement with New York State. Faculty do not earn vacation accruals. They do earn sick leave accruals based on the number of courses taught in a semester. See the schedule for accruals.
Buffalo State College branch information
Short-term Disability Coverage: See Vacation and Sick Leave
Offered by UUP for auto, homeowners, excess liability coverages.
WorkLife Programs: Five negotiated benefits programs for Executive Branch employees resulting from a collaboration between NYS and the public employee unions. These programs are designed to increase employee productivity and morale by improving the quality of work and life for employees and include:
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