A well defined job classification and compensation system is the foundation to how an organization manages its most important resources - people. To this end, Georgia Tech will move to a new compensation philosophy, job classificaton system, compensation structure and supporting policies starting January 1, 2011, for all classified staff employees.
The new structure and supprting policies will:
- Provide robust, current market data in order for administrators to make informed pay decisions
- Facilitate decision making within departments through clear classification and compensation guidelines
- Assist in career discussions – development and progression
- Enable more of a push toward pay for performance
- Increase ability to attract and retain top performing staff in critical positions
- Establish a better compliance model and mitigate risk to the Institute
The new job family structure will result in the following changes for all classified staff employees:
- Pay grades will change for every individual along with title changes for select employees
- Updated staff job descriptions to reflect actual responsibilities of the roles
- Compensation policies to support the new foundation and philosophy.
Below is a timeline of the project phases:
- January 2011: New job descriptions, policies and structures will be online for review.
- February 2011: Training will be provided for managers.
- March 2011: New titles, grades and salary structures become effective. Managers will communicate the new compensation philosophy and structure changes to individual employees.
- April - May 2011: Salary adjustments may be made for select individuals below the new minimum of the new salary structures who meet performance requirements.
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