What is a Salary Administration Plan? How does it work? And why do companies need one? This session will review how to implement a plan and salary structure incorporating compensation philosophy, job descriptions, job families, framework, job pricing, developing the structure, placement of the positions, cost analysis, policies and procedures, communication and evaluation.
You’ll leave the session knowing:
- The importance of having a salary administration plan
- Why every step is critical and how each piece of the plan fits together
- The nuances to implement a salary plan for a university
- Why having job descriptions is so critical to the process
- Why communication is so critical
Maria Burgess is a seasoned HR professional with 30+ years practicing in the field. Her expertise, however, is in Total Rewards. Currently, Maria is Compensation Manager for Morgan State University, Maryland’s Public Urban University and one of only four public Carnegie-classified Doctoral Research Institutions in the state. At Morgan, Maria is developing and implementing a salary administration plan for staff as well as classifications, job families and a salary structure for its exempt employees. She is also responsible for managing the classification and salary review process. Previously, Maria worked in the non-profit sector (for the National Aquarium of Baltimore), in the private sector, for Johns Hopkins Health System, and in the public school system.
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Please note: Prices are subject to change without notice. All sales are nonrefundable. Playback and the on-demand recorded session will be available 30 days following the live event, and you can access the session for 90 days. Your 90-day access begins the day of order.