Your compensation is more than just your pay. It includes your benefits, paid time off and a variety of other perks.
California now requires employers like Stanford to include an expected pay range on every job posting. Employees are entitled to request and receive the pay range for their current position.
Stanford is committed to providing market-competitive pay based on the market benchmarks in the geographic region where work is performed, role requirements (scope and complexity), and the education, and relevant experience of individuals in roles, as well as demand for such roles.
Pay is one component of Stanford’s overall total rewards program. The university also provides you with a diverse array of benefits to help you take care of yourself and your family, including health, wellness, retirement savings, and time-off programs. If you have questions or concerns about your compensation, connect with your manager or your HR representative.
The Payroll Office is part of the Vice President for Business Affairs & Chief Financial Officer Operations and their financial gateway website (Fingate) has information regarding payroll for employees.Learn about Payroll