Career Roadmap Resources - Human Resources at Ohio State
Videos and Presentations
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- Career Roadmap Employee Review (February 2022)
- Career Roadmap Fundamentals (February 2022)
- Career Roadmap Employee Review Period (January 2022)
- Career Roadmap Pay Ranges and Salary Structure (November 2021)
- Career Roadmap Introduction and Employee Review Readiness (October 2021)
Career Roadmap Information
- Career Roadmap Basics (Updated September 21, 2021)
- Titling Approach (Updated September 21, 2021)
- Market Relevance and Market Pricing (Updated September 21, 2021)
- Salary Structure and Pay Ranges (Updated September 21, 2021)
- Fair Labor Standards Act and Job Families (Updated January, 2022)
Glossary of Terms
A career band groups a series of like jobs under a sub-function within the career framework in order to recognize the technical, clinical, specialized, managerial and executive career bands. For a description of each, please reference the Career Band Guide. Career bands are grouped into the individual contributor series and the people leader series.
The career framework is the job architecture behind the Career Roadmap. It provides a consistent way to assign career levels to jobs and to value jobs. It also groups like jobs and provides the foundation to define career paths.
A career level represents a significant step in an individual’s career progression. Career levels are defined consistently across the institution and apply to all job functions. The description of each career level is contained within the Career Level Guide for each career band. The description is articulated in terms of profile, knowledge, complexity, autonomy, interaction and minimum requirements for education and experience.
Refers to overtime eligibility status under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Exempt staff are not eligible for overtime pay or compensatory time off.
A broad grouping of occupational disciplines within the career framework. One example is information technology.
A unique combination of function, sub-function, career band, and career level equates to a job profile. Each job profile has a title used to describe the job within the career framework. The job profile description is composed of the job function and sub-function descriptions, the career band description, and the Career Level Guide description. The combination of this information describes the nature of the work within the discipline and the level at which the work is being performed.
Refers to overtime eligibility status under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Non-exempt staff are eligible for overtime pay or compensatory time off. Employers must compensate non-exempt employees for all hours worked, including overtime for hours over 40 worked in the work week.
A recognized occupational discipline grouped under only one job function within the career framework. An example of a sub-function may be Application Development grouped under the information technology job function.