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Career Roadmap updates include new timeline and revised framework

Scheduled to launch in 2020, Career Roadmap is a comprehensive job family model and pay structure that will provide visibility to career paths for managers and staff to foster equitable, consistent compensation practices across the university and medical center. Throughout the development of Career Roadmap, HR Compensation will update the Career Roadmap website with new information on the project.

Content recently added includes a two-part project timeline:

  1. A graphic showing how stakeholders can be engaged with Career Roadmap development and
  2. Dropdown action items describing HR Compensation’s core activities over time.

“It’s important that we regularly engage our key stake holders – the HR community, managers and staff – as we prepare for the 2020 launch.  The ‘journey’ graphic provides a sense for how they’ll be involved and encourages individuals to follow our progress,” said Rob Prisbrey, the project manager for Career Roadmap.

The current draft of job functions and subfunctions has also been added to the Career Framework page and will be updated as additional information becomes available. The list is subject to change as the project evolves. The Career Framework draft has also recently been updated to incorporate an additional managerial career level based on stakeholder feedback.

Don’t forget to use the Ask a Question web form to ask HR Compensation anything about Career Roadmap.

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