Human ResourcesCurrent Employees
- Compensation & Pay
- Training and Development
- Additional Employee Information
- Employee Grievance Form
Compensation & Pay
The guiding principles of Tallahassee Community College (TCC) are innovation, diversity, excellence, access and success. These principles define our diverse College community and guide each of us in promoting an environment where individuals grow, learn and succeed. The College's pay plans, policies and procedures strive to support our mission by:
- Providing equitable and competitive base compensation for all employees
- Ensuring that employees are paid a fair living wage that exceeds published Federal Poverty Guidelines
- Specifying the types of work and conditions under which additional or supplemental payment may be made
- Describing the documentation and payment authorization requirements for employees compensated through grant funds
- Defining creditable experience and education and the process for requesting related salary adjustments
- Communicating compensation administration practices to TCC faculty and staff
The salary schedule for Tallahassee Community College is established annually pursuant to s.1001.64(18), F.S., which gives the District Board of Trustees authority to develop a personnel program for the College. Upon adoption, the salary schedule serves as a guide in determining employee compensation.
- Salary Schedule 2023 - 2024
- 2022 - 2023 Pay Periods and Paycheck Dates
- 2023 - 2024 Pay Periods and Paycheck Dates
The Tallahassee Community College District Board of Trustees (the "Board") is vested with the responsibility for operating Tallahassee Community College and with such authority as may be needed for the proper operation and improvement of the institution in accordance with Florida Statutes and with Rules of the State Board of Education. In fulfilling its responsibilities, the Board takes action after considering recommendations submitted by the College President.
The College President will develop policies for approval by the District Board of Trustees, to enable the Board to exercise its powers. Upon approval of the policies, the College President, will develop and approve procedures to implement the policies and the general powers outlined in applicable statutes, in accordance with Florida Statutes and State Board of Education regulations.
Disclaimer: Please be advised that the information contained in this website is subject to change and should not be relied upon as the most current and complete version of the policy manual. As revisions, deletions or additions are approved, every effort will be made to update this site as soon as possible.
Training and Development
The College provides all employees with workshops and events, leadership programs, health and wellness programs and resources. These experiences are designed to empower employees to actively pursue additional career and personal development opportunities. Each month Human Resources offers engaging courses and workshops tailored for the growth and development of College employees. Learn more.
Each employee has the opportunity to complete an individualized professional development plan ("Talent Advancement Roadmap") within Workday. The Talent Advancement Roadmap is designed to gauge the talents, strengths, development opportunities, goals, and action plan for each employee's professional development.
Additional Information for Current Employees
Benefits include health, dental, vision, life insurance, legal, flex spending accounts as well as optional custom benefits. Review the comprehensive benefit plans available to you as a TCC employee. Also, find the holiday and break schedule. Learn more.
During our annual open enrollment period, usually in late October, you'll have the opportunity to review and modify your benefits plan for the following calendar year. Learn more.
Pursuant to Chapter 119, Florida Statutes, it is the policy of this State that “every person who has custody of a public record shall permit the record to be inspected and copied by any person desiring to do so….providing access to public records is a duty of each agency.”
In some circumstances, Florida law allows eligible persons to be exempted from disclosure of their public records. If you have an approved exemption or think you qualify for an exemption, please contact Human Resources.
Most Commonly Used Human Resource Forms
Work-Related Compliance Posters
- Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Minimum Wage
- Notice to Employees Regarding Minimum Wage in Florida
- Employee Rights Workers with Disability
- Florida Child Labor Laws
- Equal Opportunity is the Law
- Florida Law Prohibits Discrimination
- If You Have The Right To Work
- OSHA Job Safety
- USERRA - Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act
- Your Rights Under USERRA – US Dept of Justice/US Dept of Labor
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act
- RT-83 DOR - Florida Reemployment Assistance Program Law
- Employee Polygraph Protection Act
- Employee Rights under National Labor