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Compensation Study

As previously announced, the new compensation structure will be effective on July 1, 2018. The new compensation structure is the result of the compensation study conducted by Willis Tower Watson (WTW), and supported by Tulane’s Executive Cabinet.  

As part of the study, we listened to the Tulane community's concerns regarding compensation and its practices.  These comments have included the following:

  • "Greater clarity and transparency of compensation philosophy as well as pay grades and salary ranges"
  • "Increased frequency and effectiveness of education for managers processes and expectations for various compensation activities"
  • "Emphasis on performance evaluation design to reward based on performance"
  • "Increased level of effective education for managers on compensation processes and awareness on key activity schedule"

In order to assist you with the understanding of the new staff compensation structure, the Office of Human Resources we will be offering a series of information sessions across campus.  At the sessions, you will learn about the new compensation structure, career bands, how to administer compensation for new hires, internal transfers, and promotions.  

Information Sessions: Register Today!

Date Location Time(s) Facilitators
Wednesday, May 30, 2018 Tidewater Building
1440 Canal Street, Room 2414
10 am - 11am &
2 pm - 3 pm 
Denise Cordova, Nick Douglas
Thursday, May 31, 2018 Lavin-Bernick Center
Room 202, Rechler 
10 am - 11am &
2 pm - 3 pm 
Denise Cordova, Mary Letsch, Sharon Valle
Wednesday, June 13, 2018      Tidewater Building
1440 Canal Stree, Room 2414
10 am - 11am &
2 pm - 3 pm 
Denise Cordova, Nick Douglas, Stacey Schwankhart
Thursday, June 14, 2018 Lavin-Bernick Center
Room 202, Rechler 
10 am - 11am &
2 pm - 3 pm 
Denise Cordova, Mary Letsch, Sharon Valle

 

The Compensation Study page will continue to be updated with the latest information in preparation to the July 1, 2018 kick-off date. 

Updated 5/15/18