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Career Banding Advisory Committee

Human Resources

ELIZABETH CITY STATE UNIVERSITY
EMPLOYEE ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON CAREER BANDING

Membership

Sheila Perry
Ailene Whidbee
Vincent Taylor

Mission Statement

The Employee Advisory Committee on Career Banding shall review and recommend adjustments to the Career Banding Program to ensure that it operates in a fair and open manner and that all employees are given opportunities for career development and compensation levels.

Responsibilities

The Employee Advisory Committee on Career Banding shall:

  1. Review career-banding activities and data at Elizabeth City State University to ensure consistency, fairness and equity.
  2. Advise administrators and supervisors on needed changes and improvements.
  3. Serve as a forum for employees to raise questions concerning career banding policy, its implications and purposes as well as to recommend improvements in the policy.
  4. Compile a report of findings and recommendations and submit to the Chancellor, the Vice Chancellor for Human Resources and State Personnel.

Length of Appointment

Members shall serve a term of two years. Efforts shall be made to appoint new members or reappoint current members in a staggered manner in order not to disrupt cohesiveness and/or work of the committee when changes are warranted.

Voting

For all issues to be decided upon by the Advisory Committee, a simple majority vote shall apply. The chairperson shall not serve as a voting member, except in the case of a tie in which case, one vote may be cast to break the tie. No proxy votes are allowed.

Meetings

  1. Frequency

Initial meetings should be at least every two weeks or more frequently depending on the work that needs to be done. Once established, the committee should meet at least every six months or more frequently depending on the work that needs to be done.

  1. Communications

All employees shall be notified about the mission roles, responsibilities, and composition of the Employee Advisory Committee on Career Banding.

Meeting dates of the committee shall be publicized at least ten (10) working days before the meeting to all employees via e-mail and bulletin boards.

A summary of report made available to employees via website.

  1. Agenda

An agenda shall be developed for each meeting. Items to be considered are suggested by committee members, employees or administrators.

Minutes

  1. Minutes should be kept of all meetings and corrected and approved at each meeting. The minutes shall be e-mailed to each member prior to the next meeting. A copy of all minutes shall be provided to the Vice Chancellor for Human Resources and the Chancellor.
  2. The Vice Chancellor for Human Resources shall make sure that all

recommendations of the Advisory Committee are brought to the attention of Senior administrators and the Chancellor for review and acknowledgement.

Training

Appropriate training shall be provided to the Advisory Committee and arranged by the Vice Chancellor for Human Resources. Members of the committee shall be provided the opportunity to request additional training or clarification whenever necessary. Training for the committee shall include a review of the Advisory Committee versus the duties and responsibilities of the Dispute Resolution Committee.

Reporting

The results of the career-banding monitoring, including any analysis will be submitted annually to the Chancellor, the Vice Chancellor and State Personnel. When submitting to State Personnel, the monitoring and analysis will be attached to the Elizabeth City State University EEO Plan, which is due March 1 of each year.

Amended 12/14/2007