Activity 49 study the section job analysis bedrock or

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Activity 4.9 Study the section “Job analysis: bedrock or bureaucracy?” (pp 105-106) in chapter 4 of the prescribed book. Activity 4.10 Study the section “Judging job analysis” (pp 106-108) in chapter 4 of the prescribed book. Activity 5.2 Study the section “Job-based structures: job evaluation” (pp 115-118) in chapter 5 of the prescribed book. Activity 5.3 Study the section “Defining job evaluation: content, value and external market links” (pp 115-118) in chapter 5 of the prescribed book. Activity 5.4 Study the section “How to – major decisions” (pp 118-121) in chapter 5 of the prescribed book. Activity 5.5 Read attentively through the different job evaluation methods as discussed on pages 121 – 136 of the prescribed book. Activity 5.6 Delete this activity. Activity 5.7 Study the section “Who should be involved?” (pp 136-138) in chapter 5 of the prescribed book.
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MNH306-K/101 11 Self-evaluation study unit 5 Do the review questions (p 146) applicable to chapter 5 of the prescribed book. Activity 6.1 Study the section “Compensation strategy: external competitiveness” (pp 181-185) in chapter 7 of the prescribed book. Activity 6.2 Study the sections “What shapes external competitiveness?” (p 185) and “Labour market factors” (pp 185-189) in chapter 7 of the prescribed book. Activity 6.3 Study the section “Labour supply” (p189) in chapter 7 of the prescribed book. Activity 6.4 Study the sections “Modifications to the demand side” (pp 189-193) and “Modifications to the supply side” (pp 193-194) in chapter 7 of the prescribed book. Activity 6.6 Study the section “Product market factors and ability to pay” (pp 194-197) in chapter 7 of the prescribed book. Activity 6.7 Study the sections “Organisation factors” (pp 197-199) and “Relevant markets” (pp 203-205) in chapter 7 of the prescribed book. Activity 6.8 Study the section “Competitive pay policy alternatives” (pp 200-207) in chapter 7 of the prescribed book. Activity 6.9 Study the section “Consequences of pay level and mix decisions” (pp 207-208) in chapter 7 of the prescribed book. Self-evaluation study unit 6 Do the review questions (p 210) applicable to chapter 7 of the prescribed book. Activity 7.1 Study the sections “Specify competitive pay policy” (pp 212-213) and “The purpose of a survey (pp 213-215) in chapter 8 of the prescribed book. Activity 7.2 Study the sections “Select the relevant market competitors” (pp 215-219), “Design the survey” (pp 220-228) and “Interpret survey results and construct a market line” (pp 228-240) in chapter 8 of the prescribed book. Activity 7.3 Study the sections “From policy to practice: the pay-policy line” (p 241), “Grades and ranges” (pp 241-244) and “Broadbanding: from policy to practice” (pp 244-247) in chapter 8 of the prescribed book. Activity 7.5 Study the sections “Balancing internal and external pressures: adjusting the pay structure” (pp 247-248), and “Market pricing” (pp 248-249) in chapter 8 of the prescribed book.
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