An employee has been reclassified to a different job classification. How does this affect seniority?
If the reclassification is to a higher level job class, meaning a higher salary range, the seniority in the new job class begins upon the date the promotion/reclassification is effective. If the reclassification is to a lower level classification, meaning a lower salary range, an employee’s time in a higher (paid) job class counts toward seniority in the lower (paid) job class.
- If an employee’s position is reclassified to a different job classification, will they continue to be covered by the current MOU and/or represented by the same Union?
- Will the fact that a school now has a different headteacher from the one who undertook the job matching exercise affect the outcomes of the job evaluation exercise?
- Does participation in the EAP program have a negative affect on an employees job?