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2.4 Compensation and Benefits for UUA Staff: UUA Governance Manual
2.4 Compensation and Benefits for UUA Staff: UUA Governance Manual
UUA Governance & Management

With respect to employment, compensation, and benefits for Association staff, the President shall not cause or allow:

a. An unfair or inhumane benefit structure.

b. Conditions that jeopardize the fiscal integrity of the Association.

Further, without limiting the scope of the foregoing by this enumeration, the President shall not:

  1. Promise permanent employment.
  2. Fail to set compensation levels consistent with our values and principles at levels that are not materially less than those paid by comparable nonprofit organizations aligned with our values.
  3. Provide less than a living wage to all employees.
  4. Change or administer benefits so as to cause imprudent or inequitable situations, including those that:
    1. Incur unfunded liabilities.
    2. Provide less than a reasonable level of benefits to all employees.
    3. Allow any employee to lose benefits already promised.
    4. Differentiate among classes of employees
  5. Offer a severance package to any employee that exceeds that provided for in the Employee Manual (in effect on June 21, 2017), or amend the severance policy in that Employee Manual, without approval of the Board.

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