|Section Title:||Administration and Finance|
|Policy Name:||Pay Adjustments|
|Responsible Unit:||Administration and Finance, Human Resources|
|Date Adopted:||October 25, 1995|
|Date Revised:||April 17, 1996|
Managerial Employees Appointed To Titles With Higher Salary Ranges
- When a managerial employee is appointed to an acting position, successfully competes with internal and/or external candidates for a new appointment, or as a result of a reorganization is appointed to a position at the College with a higher salary than his or her current position, the employee may be treated for salary purposes as a new hire.
- When a managerial employee is appointed to a position with a higher salary range than his or her current position other than pursuant to (1) above, the employee shall receive a salary increase as determined by the President or his/her designee.
- Pay adjustments may not result in a salary which exceeds the maximum of the salary range. [(Formerly N.J.A.C. 9:6A-4.4.)(4)]
Managerial Employees in a Title Reevaluated to a New Salary Range
A managerial employee shall receive a salary adjustment as determined by the President or his/her designee. [(Formerly N.J.A.C. 9:6A-4.5.)(4)]
Managerial Employees Who Are Demoted
- A managerial employee who is demoted to a position with a lower salary range than his or her current position shall receive a salary no greater than the maximum of the new range.
- A managerial employee serving less than six months in a new position as a result of a demotion shall not be eligible to receive an annual salary increase based upon assessment of performance.
- Determination of salaries for demoted employees shall be in compliance with tenure rights.
- A managerial employee who is demoted to a position with a lower salary range than his or her current position but who, because of tenure rights is entitled to a salary greater than the maximum of the range to which he or she has been demoted, shall not receive any further salary increases until the maximum of the salary range exceeds the salary at the time of demotion. [(Formerly N.J.A.C. 9:6-4.6.)(4)]