Changing An Assignment
Typical Assignment Changes
ADDING AN ASSIGNMENT - an employee has one assignment, which may or may not end, and he/she is given another assignment.
DATA CORRECTION - corrections to employee office information on Section A of the PAF.
FTE CHANGE - increases or decreases in an employee's appointment; these changes typically do not involve a salary change, just a change to appointment percentage.
INTER-DEPARTMENT TRANSFER- an employee changes administrative areas and but pay grade does not change. An employee's title may or may not change.
PROMOTION - When an existing employee is selected as the most qualified candidate for a vacant position in a higher pay grade. Moving student employees from one student position to another student position is not considered a promotion. Moving student employees from a student position to a regular position is not considered a promotion. Moving a casual labor or temporary employee to a regular position is not considered a promotion.
RATE OF PAY CHANGE - Most rate of pay changes are made through the annual Budget process; see Budget Policy. When an administrative area makes a pay change it will be reviewed by HR Compensation and, if not a promotion, it will require a job audit or supporting documentation.
RECLASSIFICATION- Change of current position from one classified title to a different classified title when the essential functions of a post ion have markedly changed and must be supported by a job audit.
Section A: fill in the UTD-ID and the employee name. Fill in any other information that is changing. If the information is not changing, leave that field blank.
Section B: Check the correct event for the correct category of employee & the action.
Section C: If a current assignment is ending, complete this section. If the current assignment is not ending skip this section
New Assignment: In D-l provide new assignment information. Complete line 2 if needed. If funding is already set up, skip the funding line.
Changing an Assignment: complete D-1. If funding is not changing, do not complete the funding line. If funding is changing, complete the funding line.
Section E: Fill in the contact information.
Section F: Obtain appropriate signatures. Following routing procedures Section B.
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Last Updated: September 24, 2013