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Guide to job evaluation.

Guide to job evaluation.

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Published by Incomes Data Services in London .
Written in English


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Pagination71p.
Number of Pages71
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I document it here for human resource practitioners who for various reasons wanted Guide to job evaluation. book know how it works education purposes. Assigning Point Values to Degrees: Assigning point values to degree is the job to be carried out by a committee appointed for the purpose. The process of job analysis results in two sets of data: Job description - It is a written statement containing complete information about what all a job involves including job title, duties, tasks and responsibilities related to job, working conditions and hazards, reporting relationships, tools, machines and equipments to be used, and relationships with other positions. New job descriptions need to be written and the skill needs of new jobs need to be duly incorporated in the evaluation process. This list of qualifications is called the job specification. Organization map and banding proposal — Typically the HR function will work with senior management to put together a proposal for banding scales expressed in Hay points or grading staff and describing the benefits that will be attracted by each band.

Initially, the Hay Method is based on the idea that jobs can be assessed in terms of: The knowledge required to do the job. Job evaluation does not design wage structure, it helps in rationalising the system by reducing number of separate and different rates. The committee then assigns class or grade to each job. Merits of Grading Method: 1. Performing desk audit by carefully examining documents used and tasks executed by employee.

It accounts for differences in wage rates for various jobs on the strength of job factors. The various methods by which an HR Consultant can obtain the information for job description and job specification are: Observing the employee. Problem Solving: The kind of thinking needed to solve the problems the job routinely faces. It is the process whereby an organisation systematically establishes its compensation programme. Reference to Northern College has been deleted from paragraph 7. Evaluating jobs: The relative worth of various jobs in an organisation may be determined by applying the job evaluation method.


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Through job analysis, information on job content is obtained, together with an appreciation of worker requirements for successful performance of the job. To ensure the fair and equitable compensation of employees in relation to their duties. These factor comparisons can be one with or without numerical scoring.

Merits of Point Method: The method has the following merits: 1. Using questionnaires. It is reliable because raters using similar criteria would get more or less similar answers. It is very expensive method and hence it is not suitable for small organisations.

To develop a base for merit or pay-for-performance.

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Quantitative Methods of Job Evaluation Job evaluation is the process of analyzing and assessing various jobs systematically to ascertain their relative worth in an organization. The top management has to rely on them. Each rater is given the job description for each job separately. Job evaluation is an assessment of the relative worth of various jobs on the basis of a consistent set of job and personal factors, such as qualifications and skills required.

Job Structure e Wage Structure. Referring to previous job analysis and evaluations done in Guide to job evaluation. book. It is a systematic method of evaluating manual, clerical and supervisory positions. Helps in selection of employees - The job evaluation information can be helpful at the time of selection of candidates.

The selection of key jobs is made to cover the entire range including low and high level and paid jobs. Ranking method[ edit Guide to job evaluation.

book Perhaps the simplest method of job evaluation is the ranking method. Assigning pay to the job: The end product of a job evaluation exercise is a hierarchy of jobs in terms of their relative value to the organisation.

Factor Comparison If the job classification and ranking systems seem fairly straightforward and simple, that's because they are. These jobs are the standard jobs against Guide to job evaluation. book all jobs are evaluated.

Market Pricing[ edit ] Market pricing is the process for determining the external value of jobs, allowing you to establish wage and salary structures and pay rates that are market sensitive.

A perception of inequity is a sure way of De-motivating an employee. Wages are fixed for various compensable factors of each key job. Jobs may change over time, but the rating scales established under the point method remain unaffected.

Under this method predetermined scale or grade is provided. Grading Method: Grading method is also a non-quantitative method. Job Evaluation helps to determine wages and salary grades for all jobs.

When individual job descriptions and grade descriptions do not match well, the evaluators have the tendency to classify the job using their subjective judgements.Jul 05,  · The Hay Group Guide Chart Profile method of job evaluation was developed in the early s by Edward N.

Hay and Dale Purves. It is based on the notion that jobs can be measured on the basis of their relative contribution to the overall objectives of the organization. The Job Evaluation Handbook: A Guide to Achieving Equal Pay [Michael Armstrong, Ann Cummins, Sue Hastings, Willie Wood] on 42comusa.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Far from being resolved by the enactment of the Equal Pay Act ofequal pay for equal work continues to be a key issue in the United 42comusa.com by: A job evaluation is a systematic way of determining the value/worth of a job in relation to other jobs in an organization.

It tries to make a systematic comparison between jobs to assess their relative worth for the purpose of establishing a rational pay structure.THE BASIC STEPS FOR DEVELOPING A JOB Pdf IN YOUR Pdf STEP 1: Define the jobs STEP 2: Select a job evaluation method The process of defining a job is called job analysis.

The information obtained in job analysis is recorded in the precise language of a job description. There are several job evaluation methods from which to select.The Hay Guide Chart itself comprises a point system, so that after job evaluation in terms of factors, dimensions and gradation, job scores can simply be read from the chart.

The point system uses geometric progression and is not linear.The Guide Chart method is well known for ebook use in establishing the value of work in organizations.

Korn Ferry Hay Group’s. job evaluation method also serves as the basis for many other important human capital applications, such as clarifying organization structures, defining job interdependencies and.