- Supplemental pay is a non-base building temporary form of payment in addition to base pay that may be used when: an employee assumes the full set of duties of a higher-level position that is vacant or the incumbent is on extended leave for a period of one to nine months (i.e., acting/interim appointment), or; an employee is assigned to a long-term project that is not an expected or customary part of the employee’s regular assignment and is critical to the mission and operations of the University. Supplemental pay may not be used to substitute for a promotional or position classification review process. Likewise, employees who are eligible for overtime and who are performing additional temporary duties that are similar to their regular assignment are entitled to overtime payment for any hours in excess of 40 in a given work week and cannot be paid supplemental pay in lieu of overtime. For more information regarding supplemental pay please visit the Human Resources Manual.
- Supplemental Pay is administered by the Office of the Provost.
- Forms, including the following, are posted on the Provost’s website: