A Total Rewards Statement is a personal and unique statement communicating the overall value of an employee's compensation package. The statement highlights cash compensation, employer contributions to benefits, non-cash compensation, and any additional perks the employee may receive.
Accessible from the Employee Self Service Portal:
An example of the summary page is pictured below. This page provides a summary of each item in your rewards statement. To get a breakdown of each item you can select the links on the left hand side of the page (circled in green below).
Total Rewards Statement Sections
Please note that sections will display based on participation and/or eligibility for each item
- Base Pay - This section contains total payment for all jobs during the statement period, including
your regular position along with any additional salaried, hourly or task jobs.
- Data in this section will represent Regular Pay and Pay Not Earned - Reserved Pay (for 9-month employees who have elected salary spread).
- Pay corrections that occurred during the statement period will also be included in this section, coded as Retro Pay.
- The total amount reflects all months worked during the statement period of September 1 through August 31.
- Employees who began employment during this time period will see the sum of pay received for the months worked during the statement period.
- Additional Pay - This section includes items that are added to your pay in addition to your base salary. Examples of additional pay include Longevity, Hazardous Duty, BRP, Augmentation, Certification, etc.
- Leave - This section reflects the dollar value of your sick leave and vacation leave balances
as of August 31st.
- The leave value calculation is based on your leave balance and rate of pay as of August 31.
- If you have a frozen vacation balance (usually an academic administrator who has returned to 9 month faculty), the leave value is based on the rate of pay on the last day you were in a vacation accruing position.
- Vacation leave is payable at time of termination. Sick leave is not payable at time of termination.
- Please note that other leave benefits (including comp-time) will not be reflected in the statement.
- Health Insurance - This section contains the dollar amount contributed to your health and life insurance on your behalf.
- Retirement - This section represents the dollar amount contributed to your retirement plan by the institution on your behalf.
- Social Security & Medicare - This section represents the dollar amount contributed to Social Security and Medicare on your behalf.
- Employee Tuition Benefit - This section represents the value of the tuition benefit for employees or their eligible dependents participating in the Employee Tuition Benefit program. Additional information regarding the Employee Tuition Benefit is available on the Student Accounting website at https://sfs.unt.edu/employee-tuition-benefit.