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ERIC Number: ED146993
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977-Jul-19
Pages: 13
Abstractor: N/A
Critical Uses of College Resources. Part I: Personnel Utilization System.
Vlahos, Mantha
A Personnel Utilization System has been designed at Broward Community College, which combines payroll, personnel, course, and function information in order to determine the actual duties performed by personnel for the amount of remuneration received. Objectives of the system are (1) to define the tasks being performed by faculty, staff, and administration; (2) to measure the productivity of all segments of the college; and (3) to project future resource allocation for the college. Begun in 1975-76, the model includes two sub-systems: the Faculty Assignment System and the Non-faculty (Administration and Staff) Assignment System. Initial input comes from the payroll file, is added with information on course changes by academic deans, and results in a Cost Analysis File. Fringe benefits are then computed and the file is split into faculty and non-faculty. The faculty portion is combined with information from the Course File, resulting in a Faculty Assignment Form which includes course assignments and non-teaching assignment totals, plus space for writing in non-remunerated activities. These are completed by faculty at the end of each term and a salary distribution analysis is computed at the end of the academic year. Yearly revision of the faculty form is planned and the non-faculty system is still being developed. (Author/RT)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: N/A
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Note: Paper presented at the Southeastern Region Conference of the AERA Special Interest Group in Community/Junior College Research (New Orleans, Louisana, July 19-20, 1977). For a related document, see JC 780 009