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Career Roapmap Implementation
Monday, May 09, 2022
As part of the Career Roadmap initiative, some employees within the college have been identified as having raise to minimum (RTM) issues. Here are some updates as we try to offer transparency and timelines around how the RTM issues will be resolved:
- The annual cost to bring all employees up to the newly defined minimum salary is the responsibility of colleges and administrative offices.
- The units are not receiving supplemental funding for this university-wide initiative.
- For those employees that are funded by research projects or earnings operations that have been identified as having a raise to minimum issue, we will be contacting those managers and PIs to begin planning for these financial adjustments.
- We have been working diligently to address some of the RTM issues during FY22; however, full implementation will not occur prior to the Annual Merit Compensation Process (AMCP).
- To stabilize the current state structure, university senior leadership has called for a hold on reclassifications, to begin May 13, 2022. Beyond this date any need for salary adjustments will need to be managed through AMCP.
- In the upcoming fiscal year, EHE leadership will be extending this hold on reclassifications through April 1, 2023.
Financially, this is a big challenge for the college when we are expected to deliver on increased productivity, capital projects, and recruitment of new faculty. Your support and partnership as we embark on this new state is greatly appreciated.
If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Jackie Chambers.