How does job evaluation translate internal alignment policies

How does job evaluation translate internal alignment policies

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How does job evaluation translate internal alignment policies (loosely coupled versus tight fitting) into practice? The techniques used to help establish an internally equitable structure include job analysis, job descriptions, and job evaluations. The outcome of the job analysis, job description and job evaluation process is a job structure, a hierarchy of work. This hierarchy translates an organization’s internal alignment policy into practice. The role of job evaluation in determining the internal structure is described by focusing on the major decisions involved in the job evaluation process. These decisions are: (1) establish the purpose of evaluation; (2) decide whether to use single or multiple plans; (3) choose among alternative methods; (4) obtain involvement of relevant stakeholders; and (5) evaluate the usefulness of the results.
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Unformatted text preview: Internal equity, the relationships among jobs within a single organization, is an important concept undertaking an internally equitable job structure What does (a) organization strategy and objectives, (b) flow of work, (c) fairness, and (d) motivating people's behaviors toward organization objectives have to do with job evaluation? A job evaluation’s ultimate use is to help design and manage a work-related, business-focused, and agreed-upon pay structure. Equitable job structures, acceptable to the parties involved, affect compensation objectives. Particularly affected are employee’s attitudes, such as dissatisfaction with pay and behaviors, the willingness to seek and accept promotions to more responsible jobs, the propensity to remain with the employer, and the likelihood of filing pay related grievances....
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  • Fall '13
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