A promotion is a change from one position to another position typically at a higher pay level and is often accompanied by a title change.
The major criterion used in the promotion process is the demonstrated ability of the applicant to perform satisfactorily in the new job. The decision to promote will be made after considering factors such as competency, growth and development, demonstrated ability to take on new responsibility, experience, potential for growth, seniority, and affirmative action goals.
Promoted employees retain their employment date for purposes of crediting for benefits including paid time off accruals. Promotion salary changes affect an employee’s BASE SALARY:
For more information on promotion pay and other pay opportunities at Tufts University, please visit the Compensation Programs and Staff Development and Compensation pages on AccessTufts.
|PROMOTION||Changes in current position result in movement to a higher level job|
Employee is hired into another job at a higher pay level
- Represents a major change in role and responsibility
- Pay increase depends on extent of change, market for position, internal equity and budget
- Manager submits revised Job Content Questionnaire and Compensation Review Request Form for review and approval by school/division Senior Administrator and HR Business Partner.
- Individual applies for and is hired for another position at a higher pay level.
Contact your HR Business Partner if you have additional questions about promotions.