Not all career advancement opportunities are promotions. An employee can advance by taking a different job in the same pay band to become broadly skilled, enhance ability to contribute to the College, and increase potential for promotion to a job in a higher pay band. A transfer to a position with similar responsibilities and scope would not result in a salary adjustment. A transfer to a different position within the same pay band that requires assuming significant new or more complex responsibilities and broadens the scope and impact of the job may however warrant a salary adjustment. Based on the following criteria, the hiring supervisor will consult with Human Resources to determine the appropriateness of and any salary adjustment.
Transfer to a Job in the Same Pay Band
|Criteria||Assessment of Employee|
|Degree of increase in job responsibilities, scope, and impact||__________________________________________________________________
|Job knowledge, skills, and competencies & experience related to work of new job||__________________________________________________________________
|Current salary relative to new peers (with similar knowledge, skills, and competencies & experience)||__________________________________________________________________
Modest Moderate Significant
(e.g. up to 3%) (e.g. 3-5%) (e.g. 5-10%)