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Classification and Compensation Review
The primary goal of the Classification and Compensation Review Project is to review the current P&S jobs and pay practices in order to design a new, market-driven structure and pay philosophy that enable the attraction, retention, and reward of P&S employees at Iowa State that is aligned with our mission, and is fair, equitable and compliant.
- Create and establish a University-wide compensation philosophy for P&S staff
- Develop a defined P&S pay structure(including a nonexempt pay structure) that balances market, equity, and performance
- Develop defined pay administration policies and practices to maintain a modern and competitive pay program
- Better define pathways for P&S career development
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Classification and Compensation Review Project Information
Classification and Compensation Review Project FAQ - Download here
*As we move through the Classification and Compensation Review more FAQs will be added to the above document. Please check back frequently or email email@example.com or provide feedback in the space provided at the bottom of this page.
Classification and Compensation Review Update (PowerPoint Presentation) - Download here
Recording of Classification and Compensation Review Informational Forum (9/19/2017) (YouTube Video) - Download here
Recording of P&S Council Seminar "Position Descriptions 101", presented on October 10, 2017, can be found in Learn@ISU under the Professional and Scientific Council section. You will need to login using your NetID and password, instructions on how to do so can be found here.
Job Profile Tool Information
The purpose of the JPT is to give all continuous and term P&S employees the opportunity to share information about their position using their own words and perspective. In addition, it gives supervisors the opportunity to add relevant comments or provide any missing information. The information gathered through this process will be utilized to identify the diversity of P&S jobs we have at the University. Ultimately, this process will help to inform and shape the future P&S classification structure by giving us the ability to properly categorize jobs into new classifications and job families.
Inside Iowa State Articles
An update on the P&S class/comp review project
Classification review takes center stage at P&S Council
University to collect job information from P&S employees
University kicks off review of P&S classification/compensation structure
A little help with the P&S job tool
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