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Carol Hurst
Director, Compensation

Mark Hermann
Compensation Consultant

Compensation

On June 9, 2014, ASU will replace its current compensation system with a new, more flexible, performance-based approach commonly known as broadbanding. This new system will help the university attract, reward and retain the best employees through a competitive blend of compensation, benefits, discounted tuition, career development opportunities and a positive work environment.

Instead of the current 42 salary grades, the new framework has five job categories and each job has its own “pay zone” based, in large part, on the marketplace. Jobs, based on their level of complexity and scope, will now be grouped into categories that allow opportunities for career development and growth within each category. ASU will differentiate pay based on performance and emphasize career development through the acquisition of essential skills.

Although current salaries will not change as ASU moves to broadbanding, the new framework will affect future salaries and career growth opportunities.

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Staff Salary and Job Action Approval Matrix

Leader's Guide: Staff Compensation and Salary Administration

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