Total Compensation Statement
Human Resources is pleased to announce that total compensation statements for benefits-eligible, full-time faculty and staff will be available for viewing in USFWorks as part of a rolling adoption plan in 2019. For more information about eligibility to receive total compensation statements, please review the Frequently Asked Questions.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is a total compensation statement? A total compensation statement is a statement compiled by Human Resources for full-time faculty and staff that summarizes the total value of their compensation from the University of San Francisco, including salary, benefits, time off, and more.
- Who is eligible to receive total compensation statements? Total compensation statements are available to benefits-eligible, full-time faculty and staff.
- How is the total compensation statement useful to me? The total compensation statement is a personalized overview of your annual base salary, benefits used, time off, and more as of the last day of each calendar year. Rather than visit several websites to gather information about the value of your salary and other pay, health care plans, retirement plans, time off, and other benefits, the total compensation statement compiles and presents all of the data in one format.
- How do I view my statement?
You will be notified when your next statement is available in USFWorks.
View your 2017 statement
View your 2016 statement
Please contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org if you cannot access your statement(s).
- How often will I receive a total compensation statement? Compensation statements for previous years were distributed by mail (2015) or electronically accessible (2016 and 2017). Starting in 2018 and going forward, you will be notified when your total compensation statement is available for viewing in USFWorks.
- How was the data compiled for the total compensation statement? Human Resources worked closely with several other departments and offices at the University to compile accurate, relevant data for each employee’s total compensation statement. Such sources include salary, time off and other employee data , benefits information, retirement savings data from your retirement plan providers, tuition remission data from Human Resources, and other benefits reimbursements processed and tracked internally by Human Resources.
- Who can I contact if I have questions about my statement? Please contact Human Resources at email@example.com.