Important update on compensation study for professional staff
November trainings on new structure will include a presentation and Q&A sessions conducted in person and via Zoom.
November 4, 2019
The Metropolitan State University of Denver Human Resources team has worked with compensation firm Innovative TR Solutions over the past year to restructure the University’s compensation system for professional staff.
As mentioned in an Oct. 3 Early Bird article, the new compensation structure will address concerns with regard to competitive salaries, career paths, internal professional growth, pay equity, talent retention and more flexible and transparent compensation processes to meet changing talent needs.
Last month, the HR team met with leaders across the University to discuss the compensation structure. These invaluable meetings allowed the team to collect and incorporate feedback that will ensure that our organizational structure is sustainable and meets the needs of every area. We are excited to share the changes and offer trainings as we finalize the new compensation.
Trainings will include a presentation and Q&A sessions. Sessions will be conducted in person and via Zoom, and no RSVP or sign-up is necessary. Professional staff are welcome to pick the time that works best with their schedules.
Noon-1 p.m., online via Zoom or in person in JSSB 400
Meeting ID: 703 119 936
3:30-4:30 p.m., online via Zoom or in person in JSSB 400
Meeting ID: 658 255 450
11 a.m.-noon, via Zoom
Meeting ID: 122 705 154
2-3 p.m., online via Zoom or in person in JSSB 400
Meeting ID: 517 040 411
10-11 a.m., via Zoom
Meeting ID: 506 944 004
2-3 p.m., via Zoom
Meeting ID: 715 767 958
If you are unable to attend any of the sessions, the presentation along with FAQs and other information will be available on the compensation website.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact the HR team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you in advance for your support of this important project, and we look forward to your participation in this training.
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