Does this mean we'll all get more money?

Not necessarily. There are several possible outcomes. It may be determined that a position is classified correctly and aligned with the market. Or, it may be determined that a position is incorrectly classified, either higher or lower than it should be. Or, it may be determined that a position is classified correctly, but in misalignment with the market. 

During the last classification and compensation study, most positions were found to be classified correctly.

Show All Answers

1. What is a classification plan?
2. What is Pay Equity?
3. What is a classification and compensation study?
4. What is completed as a part of the study?
5. What's the process look like?
6. What's our role?
7. Which comparable organizations are used for the market study?
8. When are the recommended changes going to be effective?
9. Are all employees and positions included?
10. What happens if my grade changes, up or down?
11. What if I'm one of multiple employees in a single position description?
12. Does this mean we'll all get more money?