Listed below are regularly updated standard reports and information about setting up automated notifications based on specific job roles, to employees, supervisors, department managers and HR personnel.
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Standard Reports and Resources
Human Resources Information Services produces several reports on a recurring basis to address regulatory/institutional reporting requirements, complete survey requests and assist departments and units with human resources decisions. These reports are a collaboration with the Office of Budget and Planning and other departments.
Workforce Metrics (formerly Human Capital Report)
The Workforce Metrics dashboards provide critical data for human resource decision making. A significant part of the university budget is committed to our workforce to fund compensation and benefits, making human resource data critical to our stewardship and to building our investment. Using human resource data to understand changing demographic trends allows us to consider proactive plans that respond to challenges and help sustain our leadership position as one of the nation's greatest public research universities.
Annual Salary Disclosure Report
The University of Michigan is required to produce an annual Salary Disclosure Report, in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act. Previous years of the report can be found online at the University Archives, Bentley Historical Library, or by calling the Bentley Historical Library at (734) 764-3482.
- Salary Disclosure Report as of 11/1/2016 (PDF)
- Salary Disclosure Report as of 11/1/2015 (PDF)
- Salary Disclosure Report as of 11/1/2014 (PDF)
Analysis of Salaries Paid to the University of Michigan Regular Instructional Faculty, Regular Clinical Instructional Faculty, Lecturers and Graduate Student Instructors (FSA) Report
The FSA report analyzes current salaries of the University of Michigan's regular instructional faculty, regular clinical instructional faculty, lecturers, and graduate student instructors. The report is published annually and reflects data as of November 1 of the year indicated. Previous years of the report can be found online at the University Archives, Bentley Historical Library, or by calling the Bentley Historical Library at (734) 764-3482.
Faculty and Staff Profile by Headcount and FTE
The Faculty and Staff Profile is a comprehensive report that displays the number of faculty, staff, and supplemental employees by headcount and FTE across all campuses.
Annual FTE (Full Time Equivalent) Report
The Annual FTE Report provides a count of employees by their FTE, Funding Department, Fund Group, Job Family, and Tenure Status. The report is published annually and reflects data as of November 1 of the year indicated. This report can be accessed by UM employees only.
IPEDS (Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System) HR Report
IPEDS is a system of interrelated surveys conducted annually by the U.S. Department’s National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). IPEDS gathers information from every college, university, and technical and vocational institution that participates in the federal student financial aid programs. More information about IPEDS can be found at the National Center for Education Statistics.
Summary data for the University of Michigan’s Human Resources section of the IPEDS Survey is provided as a Tableau workbook. The report is published annually and reflects data as of November 1 of the year indicated. Previous years of the report can be found online at the University Archives, Bentley Historical Library, or by calling the Bentley Historical Library at (734) 764-3482.
Job Classification Summary
The Job Classification Sumary provides a listing of all active jobcodes at the university. The report is provided as a Tableau workbook. Data can be filtered and downloaded as a crosstab to Excel.
Management Communication Code (3D) Report
The 3D (Deans, Directors, and Department Heads) Report provides a listing of all active jobcodes in the management communication categories and a summary count of the number of individuals within each category.
Retirement Eligibility Report
The Retirement Eligibility Report provides information on the percentage of individuals eligible to retire, currently, in 2 years, and in 4 years.
Other Sources of HR Data and Reporting
Other sources for HR reports and data are available and listed below. These environments can be accessed via Wolverine Access. There are security requirements for each environment.
The eNotification system is an automated email service that sends notifications, based on specific job roles, to employees, supervisors, department managers and HR personnel.
Examples of notifications include:
- Individual employee notifications to complete a specific action (i.e., select health benefits for new hires)
- Notifications to supervisors, managers, or personnel recipients about an employee event (i.e., probation period ending)
- Multi-tab reports for managers and personnel recipients about hires, terminations, transfers, etc.
The eNotification system extracts M-Pathways HR data and creates emails to specific recipients using a scheduling system detailed in the link listed below.
Contact us for more information or to request a consultation regarding Human Resources data at the University of Michigan.