Le Moyne College compensates members of our work community adequately to attract and retain them and to promote fairness among them.
Le Moyne College is committed to a compensation philosophy which:
- Is consistent with its Jesuit Identity;
- Supports the College’s mission by rewarding employees who are committed to the mission;
- Supports the College’s Strategic Plan.
Compensation determinations depend on many factors. The College compares the salaries of employees with the salaries for similar positions in the relevant labor market to ensure that it attracts and retains employees. The College compares salaries of employees among others with comparable responsibilities within the College to ensure that we promote fairness and internal pay equity.
Minimum Wage & Salary
- New York State has established minimum rates of pay for both non-exempt and exempt job classifications for all employees. Non-exempt employees must receive at least the NYS established hourly minimum wage for all hours worked. Exempt employees must receive at least the NYS minimum weekly compensation rate.
Job Classification System
- The job classification system is the overall structure by which employee positions are classified according to the assigned duties and responsibilities. Each position is assigned to a job class with a corresponding pay range. The College’s employee classification system is designed to promote equity and clarity in how jobs are classified at the College.
- For purposes within the structure, in order to compute equivalency years,
- Associates Degree = 2 years
- Bachelors Degree = 4 years
- Masters Degree = 6 years
- Doctorate Degree = 8 years
*Some roles require specific degree requirements or licensure