Eastern Michigan University
The Compensation office is responsible for developing compensation programs, policies, and approaches that meet our unique needs to attract and retain our diverse workforce.
ePAF is a system for submitting electronic Personal Action Forms online. It is the automated replacement for the manual paper PAF and WAP37 processes. ePAFs are automatically routed for approvals online.
- Click here for Graduate Employee (GA, TA, DF) ePAF Work Aid
- For additional ePAF Training Resources, click here for:
- Work Instructions
- Video Tutorials
- Navigation Tools
- Click here for an ePAF Data Entry Worksheet
- Click here for a Glossary of ePAF Codes and Fields
- Click here to request ePAF access
Job Analysis is the formal process of identifying the content of a job in terms of activities involved and attributes needed to perform the work and identifies major job requirements (essential duties and positional qualifications). Job analysis methods include interviews, observations, and questionnaires. The objective of a job analysis is to create/revise classification specifications to recruit, hire, and compensate employees based on the requirements of the position. Each position is assigned one or more market reference points based the positional match in the external labor market according to salary survey data. Supervisors should contact your assigned Human Resources Organizational Development Consultant to discuss the job evaluation process.