Legal

HomeHuman ResourcesCity Policy • Section

Layton City Policy

Back To Title List | Chapter List | Section List

3303 - Job Re-Evaluation and Salary Adjustment

Job Re-evaluation and Salary Adjustment

Whenever it is determined by a Department Director and the Human Resources Division that a job description for a position within the City does not truly reflect all of the duties that a person is required to perform in the position, that job description may be revised, the market salary information reviewed, and a new salary range established for that position, subject to the approval of the City Manager.

A Department Director wishing to have a job in his or her department re-evaluated should provide written justification for the re-evaluation to the Human Resources Division which will work with the Department Director in re-evaluating the job and changing the job description to more closely fit the work actually being performed. Personnel will then survey current market information, as determined by the City Manager, for a revised pay range. After review and approval by the City Manager, the incumbent's salary may then be adjusted.

This may be done only in instances where a job is simply being changed, and does not result in a new position being created.


Enacted, 7/22/1993
Amended, 4/5/1995
Amended, 1/1/1996
Minor Edit, 12/18/2003