DC Classification and Compensation Reform Project

DC Classification and Compensation Reform Project DC Department of Human Resources Classification and Compensation Reform Project. The District of Columbia (the “District”), in conjunction with the Labor Management Task Force on Classification and Compensation Reform (“LMTF”), is pleased to announce the launch of the Classification and Compensation Reform Project.

Through this project, we will develop and implement a new classification and compensation system to help ensure the District’s jobs are classified appropriately, reflect the work performed by District employees, and identify career paths within the District. Phase I of the project will focus on classification reform and Phase II, which will follow shortly thereafter, will focus on compensation reform. The entire project is expected to be completed and implemented by the end of FY10. Agency Directors have already received information about this project. Briefing sessions have been held with HR Advisors, Labor Liaisons and appropriate Labor Leadership.

Mission: The purpose of the Classification Reform Project is to replace the District’s current job classification system with a new and modern system that supports the District’s strategic goal to recruit, manage and retain a well qualified and diverse workforce. The new system will be easier to administer, will be flexible to accommodate changes in jobs and new classifications, accurately represent the work performed by District employees, and offer clearly identified career paths for employees. In addition, this new classification system will be automated with a seamless link to the existing PeopleSoft system processes. We are committed to ensuring the classification reform is fair, credible, transparent, equitable, and independent.

Operating as usual

09/12/2011

Welcome to the DC Classification and Compensation Reform Project. Keep checking back for more updates!

Address

441 4th St NW
Washington D.C., DC
20001

General information

This project will cover approximately 16,000 employees from all agencies under the personnel authority of the Mayor, with the exception of sworn police officers at MPD, firefighters, and the District’s Education Service personnel. Independent agencies that have employees covered by the Compensation Units 1 & 2 Collective Bargaining Agreement will be covered by this project, and independent agencies that use the District pay schedules for non-union employees may be covered by this project

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