Anyone heard of HR changing TSR’s? MI C&E was on a call that said all MI N3 areas were changed to N2 retroactively effective 01/01/2019.
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I recently pulled the 2019 Geo Region file and compared it to the 2018 version. I can confirm that the OP is mostly true.
Michigan had 272 N3 regions in 2018 and only has 17 in 2019.
I'm only slightly familiar with the state but it looks like all the big cities are N2, including all of the Detroit suburban area. The remaining N3 cities are either in Washtenaw county or random 3000 population towns like Fowlerville and Swartz Creek.
I was surplus 2016 after 22yrs. Had been surplus several times within 10 years!! It is not the same company they don’t care about your livelihood at all!! But let me tell everyone that is still currently employed...there is a life after At&t!!!
I hear N2 maximum went up $10K.
I don't think LA is N4, It's still N3, which is the same as IL...
TSR - target salary range; MI - Michigan, N1-N4 are the target salary ranges dependent on the area. Cheaper cost of living is N1, more expensive (LA) is N4
Can you define TSR, MI, N3, N2?
TSRs change all the time. It’s a process HR goes through. Mine is different every year.