M
y Total Compensation

Instructions

Base Monthly Salary     $
Hourly equivalent $    
Premium Pays
Shift differential   times   hours $    
  hours at $2.00 per hour. $    
  hours (minimum of 2 hours ea.) $    
Average overtime:    hours per month times 1.5 $    
Non-base building discretionary pay differential/month $    
duty pay: $1.00 per hour  times  hours $    
Housing allowance: per month $    
pay per month $    
Other  $    
Other  $    
     Total premium pay per month: $    
   Total monthly salary (base + premium pays)   $
 
Contribution to health premium  : $  
Contribution to dental premium  : $  
Purchase of life insurance & AD&D $  
Purchase of short term disability insurance $  
Contribution to Part B $  
Contribution to   of salary $  
     Total of employer's contributions $
 
Number of hours of Annual Leave earned per month  $  
Number of hours of Sick Leave earned per month.  (6.667) $  
hours of Administrative Leave earned in the past 12 months. $  
hours of Bereavement Leave earned in the past 12 months. $  
Ten days (80 hours) Holiday Leave: average of 6.667 hours per month. $  
hours of Military Training Leave earned in the past 12 months. $  
     Total value of Leave benefit amounts $
 
Other Incentives Received
On-the-spot cash awards received: $  
Non-cash award (assign a value on your own) $  
Other  $  
Participate in Flexible work arrangement options ( or ). Assign your own value based on personal costs avoided (parking, transportation, dry cleaning, child care, etc.) $  
Employee discounts used: assign value you saved by using discount $  
     Total value of other incentives and work-life benefits $
   Total monthly value of pay, employer contributions, and other incentives work life $
 
Other fringe benefits unique to certain departments of colleges/universities. Check those that apply and assign a value if known or you are able to estimate a value.
  Estimated Value
Value of college tuition received, waived, or amount reimbursed, per month $
Value of state provided transportation to/from job site, etc. per month. $
Value of state provided training courses for career development purposes, per month. $
Value of reduced fees for use of recreation or health club facilities, per month. $
Value of counseling or other services used, per month. $
Value of reduced cost of parking or bus pass, per month. $
Value of sales or collections bonuses, per month. $
Value of  , per month. $
Value of  , per month. $
Value of  , per month. $
Total for other fringe estimates, per month.      $
TOTAL MONTHLY VALUE     $
 
 Total yearly value of pay, employer contributions, leaves, incentives, work-life programs, and other  fringe benefits:

Salary (pay and premium pays)  
$

Leaves, benefit contributions & other fringes 

GRAND TOTAL
$
 
Employees should also consider enrolling in your employer'sdeduction program to save on taxes because these programs can offer you savings and more money in your monthly paycheck.  Employees within three years of retirement should carefully consider these pre-tax programs as they affect your highest average salary (HAS) for PERA retirement.

Intangibles: If you feel that there are certain intangibles in your job that have value to you, you may want to estimate their value or merely list them below as a reminder.
Thank you for taking the time to learn more about the value you receive as a State Employee!