set when classified staff change positions or titles as the result of a
|The appropriate salary is determined on an individual basis
the management team responsible for the position and the Classification
Compensation office. Normally, upon movement of a position to a higher
payband, an employee is eligible to receive a position review increase.
salary is determined taking market data and internal equity into
Generally the minimum increase will be no less than 5%. The new salary
be below the minimum of the new payband. Salary increases are
to the date that the Classification & Compensation office received
the Position Description.
Does UVM have
increases for classified staff?
|Salary increases for classified staff are granted at the
of each staff member's appointment year (e.g., on July 1 for a 12-month
year, on September 1 for a 9-month appointment year).
How do hiring
set salaries for new employees in classified positions?
|Staff positions may be offered to new candidates at salaries
the minimum and first quartile of the pay band without approval of the
Classification & Compensation Office. To offer salaries above the
first quartile to
candidates for new positions, or to set salaries for internal transfers
returning employees, approval from the Classification &
Office is required. To obtain approval, complete the Pre Offer Salary
Details tab on the electronic recruitment system.