Lay Compensation Reports
Resolution A138, adopted at General Convention 2009, established a mandatory lay employee pension system for employees who are scheduled to work a minimum of 1,000 hours (20 hours per week) and to utilize the Church Pension Group standards as a baseline. General Convention 2012 provided an extension for school until January 1, 2018.
The 2014 Lay Compensation Reports summarize compensation and benefits for lay employees across the Diocese.
There are two reports:
- The Lay Compensation Summary Report provides a summary by position for employees throughout the diocese.
- The Regional Lay Compensation Report summarizes the employee data by regional areas.
These reports summarize the employee data by a standardized position description with groupings by hours worked per week. We are able to calculate the average salary based on those parameters and to determine how many in each breakout receive employer-paid benefits for health insurance, life insurance, pension, and continuing education.
If you have any questions about these reports or the requirement for lay pension, please contact Ted Smith.