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How do I start a new salary review?
How do I start a new salary review?

Salary review, administrator

Written by Tobias Danielsson
Updated over a week ago

When starting a salary review, it is important to have the correct information in the system. Therefore, you should begin by updating the organizational structure by uploading a new salary file and ensuring that only current employment is included in the organizational structure.

If you need help with the salary file, you can read this guide.

After uploading a new salary file, it may be a good idea to review your organizational tree to make sure all managers are linked to the correct nodes.

If you are wondering how it works, you can read this guide.

Once all the data is in place, you can start your salary review. You do this by clicking on the salary review icon and then the "create salary review" button that appears in the side menu.

When you create the salary review, you should start by choosing a name and an end date.

After that, you should choose what happens if an employee has not achieved all approved grades in the performance assessment. If you do not plan to do a performance assessment in conjunction with the salary setting, you can skip this step.

Now you need to decide what settings you want for your salary review.

After you have chosen all the settings, you need to create a selection to determine who will be included in the salary review.

When you have chosen, click the "create" button.

After creating the salary setting, you need to create a performance assessment if you want to include it in your salary review.

You can read more about how to do this in this guide.

The final step before publishing the salary review is to create a budget.

If you need help creating a budget, you can check out this guide.

Salary setting is only for those with Pay Management.

If you want to learn more about Pay Management or upgrade your package, contact Customer Success.

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