Human Resources releases Total Compensation Statement announcement

Coming soon!

We are pleased to announce the rollout of the annual personalized Total Compensation Statements for all hired employees of Augusta University, AU Medical Center and AU Medical Associates. The statements will include salary earned in calendar year 2016, along with contributions your employer made on your behalf to various employer-provided benefit programs. While salary is typically well known, sometimes other benefits and services may be far less visible to or known by our employees. The Total Compensation Statement details the value of your total compensation and benefits package and displays our commitment and investment in each of you! 

Launch Date

Total Compensation Statements will be provided to you this spring. An additional announcement will be communicated closer to the actual date the statements will be provided.

What is Total Compensation?

Your salary, benefits, employer-provided taxes and leave make up your total compensation. Our goal is to provide our dedicated and hardworking faculty and staff with a comprehensive total compensation package that rewards their commitment to our mission and helps us attract and retain the highest caliber of talent.

Human Resources encourages everyone to review the information carefully and discuss it with your family. This information will allow them to also understand the benefits provided to them as members of your family.

Need Assistance?

Your HR team is available to serve you and review any of your employer-provided benefits with you. Please feel free to contact them based on your employment home.

Augusta University
Phone: (706) 721-3770
Office: Annex 1, HS Building

AU Medical Center Benefits
Phone: (706) 721-7909
Office: 1515 Pope Avenue, FG Building (next to Employee Health)

AU Medical Associates
Phone: (706) 828-6401
Office: Annex I, HS Building

We thank you for your service and commitment to our University and Health System.


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