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change of grading

Discussion in 'Teaching assistants' started by kanddd, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. Our head has been with us for a year and he has decided to look at all the TAs grading. If he decides that some of us are not working at the grading levels, because he changed our job role, can he take away the grading.
     
  2. Our head has been with us for a year and he has decided to look at all the TAs grading. If he decides that some of us are not working at the grading levels, because he changed our job role, can he take away the grading.
     
  3. bluebell27

    bluebell27 New commenter

    Yes he can change your grade as since job evaluation came in (and somewhat before that) it was the jobs/roles that were graded so TAs can change from one grade to another both lower and higher depending on their changed contracts.
     
  4. How often can they change your grading? ie. if you are doing a level 3 job for one term but then move to a class where it is level 2, can they change your grade term by term like that or not?
     
  5. Hi, I wouldn't have thought he could just suddenly change your grade, even if he changed part of your job. I would get in touch with your union and ask them what he can and can't do.
     

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