Without a doubt, employee job and salary management are essential to succeed in today’s volatile business environment. Effectively managing changes in job duties and remuneration can have a substantial impact on an organization’s success. In this piece, we’ll take a look at how to change an employee’s job and salary data using UKG, highlighting the most significant steps and considerations.

Understanding Employee UKG Job and Salary Information

The Jobs section of an employee’s record serves as the foundation for managing job and salary details. This area contains extensive information, including current employment details, promotions, remuneration history, job history, and performance/salary review history. The Compensation page in UKG provides a glimpse of an employee’s current and past compensation.

Tasks You Can Accomplish

The “Things I Can Do” section in UKG provides access to a variety of jobs, with a focus on the Change Job and Salary work event. This allows you to navigate between required fields for data submission, assuring accuracy and completion. Furthermore, the effective date determines when the transaction is reflected in the employee’s record, allowing for future-dated modifications.

Navigating the Employee Record Jobs Section

To make changes, go to the Jobs section of the employee record in UKG and follow the navigation path: Menu > Administration > Employee Admin > My Employees > Select Employee > Jobs. This leads you to the Job Summary page, where you can discover more about the employee’s job, such as their title, pay rate, allocations, salary, and job and review history.

Step-by-Step Guide to Changing Job and Salary

  1. Navigate to the Jobs section of the employee record and then the Compensation page.
  2. Select Change Job and Salary from the Things I Can Do section.
  3. Complete the Change Job page, making sure to include the correct effective date, reasons for the change, new job title, supervisor (if suitable), and pay group.
  4. Proceed to the Change Salary page and enter a percentage or rate change depending on certain criteria.
  5. On the Change Review page, include information on the salary and performance review processes.
  6. Review the summarized modifications and, if required, return to previous pages.
  7. Once you’re pleased, submit the request. Finalized modifications will be displayed on the Compensation Summary page.

Effectively handling employees’ job and compensation changes is critical to company performance. Mastering the Change Job and Salary procedure enables your HR team to smoothly handle critical details while assuring accuracy and compliance. This blog provides a thorough guide for streamlining this critical component of human resource management, resulting in a more agile and responsive workplace.