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Salary setting and salary review

These pages provide information and support on salary setting and salary review.

Salary setting

Salary setting is one of the instruments for managing the organisation. For it to work well, as a salary-setting manager you need to be clear about what you expect from your employees, and you need to be able to explain the principles on which salary is set. Proposals for new salaries should be based on the salary policy established for the university and on the dialogue between manager and employee.

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Salary mapping

As an employer, Lund University must conduct an annual salary survey, in accordance with the Discrimination Act.

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Salary review

A salary review means a review (audit) of the salary. When and how salaries are to be reviewed is determined in central framework agreements (RALS). As a manager, you can find information and support on the procedures for salary reviews here.

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