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On Fri, Jul 3, 2009 at 12:25 AM, Foster, Chris <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

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> 1)      What is the name of your job title/position?


titles vary from company to company. I saw a job posting recently for what
was called a records manager, but when you read the job description is
really a file room supervisor.

I think more important then title would be who the position reports to. For
example at one company I reported to the Chief Privacy Officer who reported
to the General Counsel.

at another company my title was Advisor, took special permission from the VP
of HR to be allowed to have the title Records Manager on my business card


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> 2)      How are records and information management positions classified
> within your organization?


could you provide more clarification when you say classified?  do you mean
how HR determines what grade level the position is located, or is it an
exempt vs non-exempt position?

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> 3)      Does your organization have a classification and compensation
> system that focuses on career bands?


broad or narrow bands? or just that an organization uses bands


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