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Assessment criteria Look closely at the assessment criteria in the following table. The assessment criteria will give you an idea of what is expected of you in each of the assignment categories. Poor performance (1 to 19 out of 50) Average performance (20 to 39 out of 50) Excellent performance (40 to 50 out of 50) Unable to indicate reasons for pay differences between the different levels for engineers and production workers No clear understanding of the reasons why the production manager gets a lower salary than the financial manager Able to indicate reasons for pay differences between the different levels for engineers and production workers, although not discussing reasons in detail Clear understanding of reasons why the production manager gets a lower salary than the financial manager, although not discussing in detail Able to indicate, and discussing reasons for pay differences between the different levels for engineers and production workers Able to indicate and discuss reasons why the production manager gets a lower salary than the financial manager Unable to provide reasons why salaries for production and administrative staff are more or less the same Not explaining the external factors that influence pay structures Able to provide reasons why salaries for production and administrative staff are more or less the same Do not explain the external factors that influence pay structures Able to provide reasons why salaries for production and administrative staff are more or less the same by explaining external factors that influence pay structures Does not understand the approached to determine the size of pay Unable to identify which approach is used by the company Unable to indicate whether the approach followed is an ideal approach or not Able to discuss the approaches to determine the size of pay Unable to identify which approach is used by the company Do not indicate whether the approach followed is an ideal approach or not Able to discuss the approaches used to determine the size of pay Able to identify which approach is followed by the company Able to indicate whether the approach followed is an ideal approach or not Does not discuss the two methods that can be used for collecting job information Does not provide reasons why a specific method would be used Able to discuss the two methods that can be used for collecting job information Does not provide reasons why a specific method would be used Able to discuss the two methods that can be used for collecting job information Provides sufficient reasons why a specific method would be used Unable to discuss market pricing Does not indicate whether will recommend the implementation of market pricing Able to discuss market pricing but no clear understanding of the concept Unable to recommend whether will implement market pricing Able to recommend whether will implement market pricing but
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