Merit Supervisory

Welcome to the Merit Supervisory web page. Merit Supervisory
employees are non-bargaining unit Merit staff who are exempted
from collective bargaining because they supervise other Merit staff. This
page provides resources for Merit Supervisory employees.

Employee Resources

Compensation & Classification


Who are Supervisory Merit Employees?

Supervisory Merit employees, along with Confidential Merit employees, are non-contract, non-bargaining unit merit staff.

Supervisory and Confidential employees are exempted from collective bargaining under the Public Employment Relations Act (PERA) of 1974 and Chapter 20 of the Code of Iowa. Consequently, Supervisory and Confidential employees are not covered by the contract negotiated between the State of Iowa and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, Council 61 AFL-CIO (AFSCME).

The Regents Merit System Rules govern the working environment of both Supervisory and Confidential employee . Further guidelines for University policies regarding Merit Supervisory and Confidential employees may be found in the University of Northern Iowa’s Policies and Procedures.


Supervisory Definition

“Supervisory” employees are defined by their job classification as supervisory under the PERA and Chapter 20 of the Iowa Code; and are exempt because their responsibilities typically require them to exercise supervisory responsibilities over other Merit staff. This determination is not made by individual positions and assignments, but rather, on the basis of the classification and the typical duties or responsibilities of that classification. Unlike contract-covered employees, Supervisory employees have no transfer rights that allow them to exercise seniority to other positions within their classification. Employees in non-organized merit positions will typically not accrue AFSCME seniority credit. Please contact Michelle Byers with questions related to seniority.

Supervisory employees are classified as either clerical supervisory or non-clerical supervisory. Wages for supervisory employee positions (100 series) are determined by legislation enacted by the State of Iowa General Assembly.

General UNI Resources


BENEFITS

 
Health & Dental Benefits
Health, dental, vision coverage

 
Financial Security Benefits
Life insurance, long term disability, retirement protection plan, will preparation

 
Retirement Benefits
Retirement plans, supplemental retirement annuities, retiring from UNI

 
Disability Services
Information for faculty, staff, and
visitors, how to request an accommodation

 
Flexible Spending Accounts
Medical, dental, and dependent care reimbursement accounts

 
Paid/Unpaid Time Off
Holidays, sick leave, vacation, leaves
of absence, catastrophic leave donations, FMLA

 
Life Events
Benefit changes as a result of marriage, birth of child, retirement,
etc.

 
Education Benefits
Tuition reimbursement

 
Workers' Compensation
Injuries that occur while on the job

 
Additional Benefits
Employee Assistance Program,
direct deposit, wellness services, fringe benefits rates

 
Complete Benefits List
Full list of benefits available by employee type, benefit provider websites, benefit forms

 
Latest News
Announcements on benefits, employment resources, training and development, PAF system, etc.

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Date Updated: October 23, 2013