Manage Faculty Contracts, Compensation and Documents
The Contracts and Compensation Module provides a central location to manage the contract and compensation lifecycle for faculty and staff. Send, approve and house paper-less contracts within the platform. Execute batch contracts with variable data in a few clicks.
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Monitor and optimize contracts and compensation with ease.
The APL system auto-generates and saves documentation from workflows within the compensation and contracts module. The module also allows users to run reports to show documents that are near to expiration such as contracts, licenses or immunization records.
Faculty and institutional users can house any important external documents within the digital filing system. Keep track of important document detail such as dates, descriptions and links.
Calculate complex pay criteria.
Calculate faculty pay using your institution’s unique criteria and generate reports that can be exported and sent to your HRIS.
APL nextED provides a one-stop shop for faculty to view all of their important information, including compensation. Faculty with view permissions can see their compensation by set intervals (i.e. Month, Quarter, Semester, etc.).
Faculty documents are often physically stored in filing cabinets across an institution’s campus.
A centralized repository allows faculty and institution users to store documents throughout the faculty lifecycle, access and modify documents with ease, and ensure compliance with expiration date reporting.
Use the Contracts and Compensation Module to:
- Associate and store folders and files with profiles
- Manage documents such as licensure and applications
- Run reports to show documents close to expiration
- Run reports to show where required documents are missing
- Calculate pay for faculty and instructors based on your criteria
- Export Compensation Reports for your HRIS at a scheduled frequency
An Academic Operations Platform provides a crucial view of educational operations by generating transparent data and automated workflows that save something in short supply these days — money. Does your academic team have these three things?