We will have new classifications and new salary ranges and may have new classification titles. It is too early to predict what will happen to any individual’s salary regarding increases.
What should be evident is that we have made our best effort to classify positions correctly. This will reduce the instances where two employees performing work at similar levels are in different pay ranges and earning different wage rates. This does not mean individual employees will receive pay increases or pay reductions specifically to correct the imbalances but it will mean, over time, these situations will even out.
Another benefit will be the University’s plan to address the compensation-related issues brought out by the classification study. We should develop a multi-year plan that is consistent with the results and our resulting compensation philosophy.