Presentation on theme: "Classification Approvals for New and Modified Positions to be Posted HR/Compensation approval is required in the following cases: The requested position."— Presentation transcript:
Classification Approvals for New and Modified Positions to be Posted HR/Compensation approval is required in the following cases: The requested position classification is not established within the immediate work area The primary duties and responsibilities differ from those of the previous position to the extent that the position requires a new title, and there are no other positions with the proposed title in the immediate work area. The Position Classification Code of the requested title has a “7” or higher as a second digit (e.g. A7085)
Directly Related Work Experience Categories: Full time employment Part-time employment Student employment Practicum Volunteer experience
Guidelines for Assessing Job Qualifications Properly calculate directly related experience Be consistent Employee career history Future promotions
Policy 3500 Wage and Salary Administration Establishing a Starting Salary The minimum of the pay range is typically paid to employees who meet, but do not exceed, the minimum qualifications of the position. Starting salaries above the minimum and up to the midpoint may be considered depending on such factors as: The extent to which the employee's level of education and years of experience exceed the minimum requirements for the position.
Policy 3500 Wage and Salary Administration Continued Internal Equity “If an employee is being hired into a department that has one (1) or more employees in the same job title, the new employee’s salary should generally not exceed the current salary of any employee in the department with the same job title who has comparable qualifications.” Experience Competencies Education
HR Client Services OR HR Compensation: Questions