In TiM, a Job Change happens when an employee agrees to different terms of employment, due perhaps to a temporary promotion, change of position, or the addition of rates such as a box kit rental or car allowance.
Example: A Sound Utility is bumped to a Sound Mixer on a tandem unit. Or, a Key PA is given 'bump up days' as a 2nd 2nd AD.
In order for an employee to be paid at a new rate, the employee must fill out and sign new start work that reflects the new terms of employment.
In other words, initiating a Job Change means sending the employee another start work packet.
Example: If a Sound Utility works as a Sound Mixer on a tandem unit, that employee must have two start work packets on file: one that reflects the original agreement to employment terms as a Utility and another that reflects agreement as a Mixer.
NOTE: If an employee resumes his/her original role, the employee does NOT need to re-submit more start work to show a return to that position. Once each of these packets will be on file, the employee may bounce back and forth between positions.
NOTE: Even if the new terms of employment seem minimal, such as the addition of a $10/month box kit rental, additional start work must be sent. Even a small change effects the employee's overall rate, and it must be recorded that those new terms are agreed upon.
** A job change may be initiated only when an employee’s original start work has been fully approved. **
If you edit an employee’s rate and basis information prior to their original startwork being fully approved, the system will only associate the employee with the new job information and not have a record of the original employment information.
If you have further questions, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org