In Fall 2011, UBC engaged Mercer, an international human resources consulting firm, to conduct a compensation market review for Management and Professional (M&P) jobs at UBC.
As a result of the survey, some of UBC’s M&P Staff received a salary increase. The first phase of the salary adjustment was implemented in Spring 2013, with the three remaining phases occurring in 2014. This compensation review did not resulted in a general wage increase (GWI) for all M&P staff. Only the job family levels that had fallen most behind the relevant comparator market as identified by the compensation survey were targeted.
Even if a job family level was reclassified to a different pay grade, this does not mean that every employee within that job family level will receive a salary increase. Such an increase depends on where a staff member’s salary lies on the pay grade.
- FAQs for M&P Staff
- FAQs for Administrators
- Sample Situations around the M&P Compensation Review (PDF)
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