HCM: Classification Reports (HR-BAIRS)
Three HR BAIRS reports related to job classifications are available via the HR BAIRS Portal:
HR WD JB Classif Earnings Dis
HR WD JB Classif Job Detail
HR WD JB Classif Trans Ovrvw
These three new reports mirror the original workforce detail reports, Job detail, Job Earnings Distribution, and Job Transaction Overview. However, these reports also provide data by bargaining unit (Unit Code) and salary administration plan (SAP), contain some additional HCM fields, and provide more sorting options.
The dashboard provides selection criteria for running the report, including the unit code and SAP code, which are not available on other HR BAIRS reports. After the report has run, the 'Report Sort Page' provides sorting or grouping options.
Unit Code: This code assigns bargaining status. For example, 'EX' captures job codes associated with the Patient-Care Technical Unit, IX captures job codes in Non-Senate Instructional, and '99' captures the non-represented job codes.
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|BX||Academic Student Employee Unit|
|CX||Clerical and Allied Services Unit|
|EX||Patient Care Technical Unit|
|GS||Printing Trades Unit|
|HX||Hospital Residual Professional Unit|
|IX||Non-Senate Instructional Unit|
|KB||Skilled Crafts Unit|
|NX||Registered Nurses Unit|
|PA||Police Officers Unit|
|RX||Staff Research Professional Unit|
|A1||Senate Faculty and Equivalents|
|FX||Non-Senate Academic Researchers|
|87||Stipend and Differential Job Codes|
SAP (Salary Administration Plan): groups job codes into compensation or salary administration plans. They are identical to the unit code for the represented job codes. Within the non-represented job codes '99', the salary administration plans are separate - PSS, MSP and SMG. The academic job codes also have SAP groupings, which are used to designate the salary scale for a particular title. However, SAP is not a useful tool to group title series.
Job Description (Job Titles): HCM carries three different options to describe a job: job description, employee relations position title and business title. These three options are pre-set in the reports and cannot be selected by the user. All three titles do not appear on each report.
- Job Description. This is the standard (Payroll) job title associated with the job code, e.g., Senior Administrative Analyst.
- Employee Relations Position Title (ERPT). This description is linked to the employee relations code (ERC) and identifies whether the employee has managerial or supervisory responsibilities. For example, a Senior Administrative Analyst with supervisory responsibilities would have the ERC as prefix and the ERPT would be shown as 'Supervisor-Senior. Administrative Analyst.' This is not used for academic titles.
- Business Title. This is an optional field that can be used to display a more specific description of the employee's area of responsibilities; for example, the Sr Administrative Analyst can be a Human Resources Manager. If it is not used, this will be left blank on the report.
Sorting Option Guidelines
Appointment Type Code: The appointment type code can be selected from the dashboard. However, it may not always be shown on the actual report unless you select this option from the Report Sort page. If you are missing some elements, return to the Report Sort page to select another option to sort and view the data.
CTO (Class Title Outline): This is a UC systemwide grouping of job titles in occupational categories. CTO is the best mechanism to report on groupings of academic titles. For example, 010 includes tenured Senate faculty and 011 includes non-tenured Senate faculty. For staff employees the CTO groupings may be useful, but some cross over SAP or unit codes. For example, Editor (7684) and Senior Editor (7683) are part of the same CTO or occupation; but Editor is part of unit code TX, and Senior Editor (7683) belongs to '99' (PSS in the SAP).
Grade: Job codes in the PSS, MSP, and SMG SAPs have grades. Because the same grade numerical values are used across these SAPs, if you are selecting a Grade Sort on the Report Sorting Page, it is important to first sort by SAP (PSS, MSP, SMG), rather than by unit code.