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1 Mt. San Antonio College CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION STUDY February 2012

2 ABOUT KOFF & ASSOCIATES, INC 1984 Full Spectrum HR Cities, Counties, Special Districts, Others Straightforward, Interactive, All-Inclusive70% Class & Comp Studies 95% Public Sector Clients

3 WHY WE ARE HERE Classification and Compensation Study Snapshot in Time Incorporate Organizational Changes Involve Employees

4 CLASSIFICATION STUDY

5 PURPOSE OF A CLASS STUDY Up-to-date & Current Enhance Recruitment Process Objective Appraisals Career Paths Training Opportunities Ensure Legal Compliance Fair Compensation System

6 CLASS STUDY METHODOLOGY Initial Meeting with Project Team Orientation Meetings PDQ Completion & Review Employee & Supervisor Interviews Draft Class Concepts Classification Description Development Employee and Supervisor Review Finalization

7 PROPOSED TIMELINE PDQ Due to Supervisor by March 9, 2012 PDQ Due to Department Head by March 16, 2012 PDQ Due to K&A by March 23, 2012 Employee, Supervisor, and Management Interviews – Week of April 2 OR 9, 2012 Draft Class Descriptions Developed by June 30, 2012

8 POSITION DESCRIPTION QUESTIONNAIRE

9 COMPLETING THE PDQ Not a Performance Evaluation Classifications are General During Work Hours (about 4 hours) No Changes by Supervisor

10 PDQ: SECTION 1.0 PURPOSE Brief Summary 2-3 Sentences Overall Purpose of Position Under general supervision, performs a variety of administrative, secretarial, and office assistance in support of management and departmental staff; provides assistance on a variety of assignments related to administration of budgets, contracts, research projects, and department programs; performs skilled word processing, data entry, and typing; provides information to the public and staff. Example: Administrative Assistant

11 PDQ: SECTION 2 ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT 2.1 – Immediate Supervisor Name & Title 2.2 – Staff Name and Title 2.3 – Work Decisions (within stated policies & procedures) 2.4 – Referred Decisions 2.5 – Review of Work (not performance review)

12 PDQ: SECTIONS 3.0, 4.0, & EQUIPMENT Computer Hand Tools Power Tools 4.0 CONTACTS Internal & External Not Supervisor Not Co-workers 5.0 BUDGET Actual Amount Expenditures & Revenues

13 PDQ: SECTION 6.0 DESCRIPTION OF WORK List Duties by Importance Begin with Action Verbs Time Frequency Importance

14 EXAMPLE: ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT #TIMEFREQIMPDUTIES 125%SDCProvides administrative support to managers and departmental staff by assisting with duties of a complex nature, including preparing and editing agenda items for Board meetings. 215%SDCOrganizes and carries out administrative assignments; researches, compiles, and organizes information and data from various sources on a variety of specialized topics related to programs in assigned area; checks and tabulates standard mathematical or statistical data. 310%WIAssists or administers assigned department projects and/or programs as assigned by management staff.

15 PDQ: SECTIONS 6.1, 6.2, & – FLSA –Exempt or Non-Exempt 6.2 – Complex or Difficult Duties 6.3 – Changes in Responsibilities

16 PDQ: SECTIONS 7.0, 8.0, & SENSORY DEMANDS 8.0 PHYSICAL DEMANDS 9.0 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

17 PDQ: SECTION 10 JOB REQUIREMENTS 10.1 – Skills, Knowledge, Education, & Experience –Current description –Specify changes 10.2 –Special Licenses/Certifications

18 SUPERVISOR REVIEW Last Page of PDQ Not a Performance Evaluation No Content Changes Comments Only

19 COMPENSATION STUDY

20 SURVEY ELEMENTS Comparator Agencies Benchmark Classifications

21 DATA COLLECTION Job/Class Descriptions MOU’s Organizational Charts Salary Information Description-to-Description 70% Match Follow-Up ALL ANALYSES COMPLETED IN-HOUSE NO QUESTIONNAIRES

22 TOP MONTHLY SPREADSHEET

23 STATISTICAL CALCULATIONS Median Midpoint Not Skewed Average Arithmetic Mean Percentages Above/Below

24 INTERNAL RELATIONSHIPS Lack of Data Non-Surveyed Classifications Whole-Position Analysis –Same class series –Scope of work –Organizational “worth” –Past internal relationships Implementation & Strategy Development

25 STAKEHOLDER TOUCH POINTS Kick-Off & Orientations Employee/Supervisor Interviews Class Description Review Final Classification Issues Compensation Study Elements Survey Results Final Compensation Structure

26 QuestionsComments THANK YOU! KOFF & ASSOCIATES, INC Hollis Street, Suite 5 Emeryville, CA /658-KOFF (5633) 510/652-KOFF (5633) Human Resources Consulting Since 1984


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