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The Career Family Classification System Project Facilities Users Group Briefing March 2005. Presenter Phil Smith, Senior Director HR Strategy & Planning. Principles and Operational Context of the CFC System. A Consistent and Simple to Understand System
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Facilities Users Group Briefing
Phil Smith, Senior Director
HR Strategy & Planning
Context of the CFC System
Utilizing a high degree of autonomy, leadership in the schools & colleges, research, health system, and business units will be responsible for compensation and classification decisions in their area(s).
The creation of new market job titles is accomplished within the strategic partnership of units and the central Compensation Team.
Toolkit for Decentralized Implementation (Field Tested)
U of M Classifications Mapped to the Framework
Career Family Career Band Job Role Market Title Working Title
A meaningful grouping of jobs commonly clustered within a career emphasis.
A sub-set of jobs commonly found in the market with a recognized specialty,
grouped within the larger context of a Career Family.
Categorizes classifications based on the primary purpose of a job and the relationship jobs have to one another.
UM Market Job Title replaces the current University of Michigan Job Code and Job Title (Classification)
Working Title is a customized title that provides greater understanding of the responsibilities and scope of the Market Job Title.
Market Job Title
No Pay Grade Structure
Project Deliverables- Classification Framework & Career Family Descriptions - Market Job Titles and Salary Data- Desktop Mapping Tools- Policy & Defined Business Processes- Post Audit Review
Change Management Programs- Core HR & Unit Readiness- Unit Related Skills Development- Employee Communication- Organizational Communication
Unit & HR Mapping of Jobs
Calibration & Development of Slotted Jobs Data Maintenance
“Policy to Practice” Task Team
Core HR & Central Office Readiness
[Oct – June]
A Staged Implementation
Technical/Functional Competencies & Contribution Level
Total Rewards Philosophy, Career Communities and Performance Management
Career Family, Career Band, Job Role, Market Job Title, Working Title, and Organizational Competencies
HRAA Compensation/Classification Web Site
Questions About the Project?Send e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org