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The Spring 2023 Tuition Waiver is NOW OPEN!

This program includes Tulane's Tuition Waiver for both employees and their dependents, the Extended Tuition Waiver, and the Tuition Waiver Tax Exemption for graduate students. To learn more, visit the Tuition Waiver Program site: hr.tulane.edu/benefits/tuition-waiver

Promotions

When an employee is promoted to a job in a different pay grade/career band level, their maximum future base pay will be based on the new job’s assigned pay grade.
A promotion is the result of:

  • An opening at a higher job level due to a vacancy.
  • A business need to create a job at a higher level.
  • Movement to a higher career band level within a job family.

Note: In the first two instances, there is a probable need to backfill the position of the promoted employee.  

Promotional Increases

Promotional increases will be determined by the following:

  • Generally, pay for the new role will be in the minimum to 25th percentile of the new job’s pay range.
  • If current pay is below the minimum of the new pay grade, pay will be brought to the minimum of the new pay grade or increased up to 10%, whichever is greater.
  • Typically, employees already at or above minimum may receive an increase up to 10%, depending on budgetary considerations, equity, etc.