Compensable Factors

Compensable Factors

   Compensable Factors Point Values Assignment
  Point Spread for Pay Grade Assignment
Compensable
Factor
Definition
Relative Weight
Total Points
Minimum Point Value
Levels within Factor
This factor measures the minimum level of formal education, specialized training, and professional licensing and certification required to perform the work.                       
16%
200
20
7
This factor measures the minimum amount of job-related experience, whether gained inside or outside the University, in order to be hired or promoted into the position.
16%
200
0
6
This factor measures the degree of responsibility for other employees and direct control over the quantity and quality of others’ work.
13%
175
0
9
This factor measures the scope, frequency, and purpose of relationships with others, internal and external.
10%
125
25
5
This factor measures the required skill level and frequency of customer service relationships.
10%
125
25
4
This factor measures the variety, difficulty, and magnitude of tasks and responsibilities necessary to complete the work.
16%
200
50
5
This factor measures the extent of independent authority for making decisions and recommendations that affect policies, procedures, and practices.
16%
200
50
5
This factor measures the unavoidable physical demands, environmental elements and safety/hazardous conditions under which the work is performed.
3%
50
10
4
Total
 
100%
1275
 

 


 

 

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