Compensation and Classification is responsible for the administration, interpretation and ongoing maintenance of the University’s Staff Classification System to ensure fair, equitable and competitive pay for University classified staff members. Compensation is accountable for reviewing the Staff Classification System and University’s pay structure on an annual basis, participating in external salary surveys, updating the University’s staff ranges and monitoring the University’s salary administration compliance with state and federal laws. Compensation also serves as a consultative resource for departments on job design and compensation strategies, writing effective job descriptions and guidance around time and attendance policies and procedures.
Compensation & Classification
Pitt welcomes and respects individual differences, valuing a diverse workforce as a competitive strength.
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