This page is intended to list the topics of interest to the CSCF Management group.

Employees - New/Departing/Job Info/Absences

Management principles

Much of the information we produce results in information for staff about the work environment. In addition, we're often involved in administration.

Annual Reviews

We general email a questionnaire to all of our clients, at the beginning of the year, soliciting private feedback for use in the annual reviews.


Co-op student salary budget

We hire co-op students, and need to budget accordingly. The University co-op department issues a salary survey annually (based on calendar years). We generally pay the "average" according to the survey for students in the Math faculty.

As part of our budget process in December/January, we need to get the latest survey (for the preceding calendar year) and set the co-op salary grid for the upcoming fiscal year. I.e. In December, as part of the budget process, we set the salaries for the following Spring, Fall and Winter terms.

Details of the calculations are available in the private Twiki space (restricted to CSCF/MFCF staff).

Management vs Administration

Q: In a business environment, how can we differentiate Administration from Management?

A: Many administrators and managers may disagree with me, but here's how I see it. An administrator makes decisions to enforce existing rules. A manager makes decisions where there are no rules.


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