University of Minnesota
Office of Human Resources
http://www.umn.edu/ohr
612-625-2016

Pay and Benefits

University-wide Pay Satisfaction

Overall, satisfaction with pay was moderate to low across all campuses and job categories.  Staff indicated favorable levels of satisfaction with the benefits they receive but lower levels of satisfaction on the other three dimensions. This trend is prevalent across campuses and job categories and across the 2004 to 2008 time periods. There does appear to be a trend increase in satisfaction with all but Pay Structure and Administration between 2004 and 2008.

University-wide Pay Satisfaction

Top

Satisfaction with Pay Structure/Administration

Satisfaction with Pay Structure

Satisfaction with Pay Structure

Top

Satisfaction with Pay Structure by Campus

Satisfaction with Pay Structure by Campus

Top

Satisfaction with Pay Structure by Employee Group

Satisfaction with Pay Structure by Employee Group

Top

Satisfaction with Pay Raise

Satisfaction with Pay Raise

Satisfaction with Pay Raise

Top

Satisfaction with Pay Raise by Campus

Satisfaction with Pay Raise by Campus

Top

Satisfaction with Pay Raise by Employee Group

Satisfaction with Pay Raise by Employee Group

Top

Satisfaction with Benefits

Satisfaction with Benefits

Satisfaction with Benefits

Top

Satisfaction with Benefits by Campus

Satisfaction with Benefits by Campus

Top

Satisfaction with Benefits by Employee Group

Satisfaction with Benefits by Employee Group

Top

Satisfaction with Pay Level

Satisfaction with Pay Level

Satisfaction with Pay Level

Top

Satisfaction with Pay Level by Campus

Satisfaction with Pay Level by Campus

Top

Satisfaction with Pay Level by Employee Group

Satisfaction with Pay Level by Employee Group

Top

Overall Pay Satisfaction

Overall Pay Satisfaction

Overall Pay Satisfaction

Top

Overall Pay Satisfaction by Campus

Overall Pay Satisfaction by Campus

Top

Overall Pay Satisfaction by Employee Group

Overall Pay Satisfaction by Employee Group