Was performance considered in determining pay?

No. Any adjustments in pay resulting from the transition to the new pay plan were based purely on time in current position and, to a lesser extent, prior time with the organization. While pay for performance remains an important component of our compensation philosophy, the classification and compensation study was not intended to recognize performance differences. Human Resources will continue to pursue funding for the Performance Management Program (PMP) which allows supervisors to recognize and reward employees with higher levels of performance.

Show All Answers

1. How was the pay grade for my position determined?
2. What job evaluation methodology was used in this pay study?
3. How was the labor market value of each position determined?
4. Which other jurisdictions were included in the Market Survey?
5. Why were those jurisdictions selected?
6. How was my projected pay rate determined?
7. I believe that the promotion or hire date used to calculate my projected pay rate might be wrong. What should I do?
8. Was performance considered in determining pay?