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Job Evaluations Ashley Parkman Grantham University
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ABSTRACT This paper is to inform the reader of what the job evaluation process is, and what three main methods could be used.
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Job Evaluations Business throughout the world have to have a system that can correctly judge the importance of the jobs within their company, as well as the people who are carrying out the duties of such job. This process is called job evaluation. The definition of job evaluation according to Managers-Net is a practical technique, designed to enable trained and experienced staff to judge the size of one job relative to others (Job Evaluation, 2008). By doing this process, there must be a basis or rules to judge what each jobs function is supposed to entail. There are many methods that can be used to determine the positions however only three are necessary for some businesses. The two most common methods are whole job ranking, and the points system. This leaves one more, which is the Time Span of Discretion.
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2012 for the course HR 101 taught by Professor Seely during the Spring '12 term at Grantham.

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