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Flexible Compensation Programs
Texas A&M University provides supervisors and managers with monetary and
non-monetary compensation tools to recognize and reward outstanding performance
(University Rule 31.01.01.M5 Flexible Compensation Programs).
"Outstanding performance" is defined as an overall annual performance appraisal
rating of "exceeds expectations" or higher.
Implementation of these programs within each division of the University is at the discretion of the respective vice
president and are not considered to be entitlements.
Supervisors and managers should deliver rewards as close as possible to the
qualifying event. When delivering rewards, be specific as to what was done well
and let the employee know how the organization benefited from the performance.