A Refresher Job evaluation is the process of classifying jobs based on their content and requirements. The end goal is a job hierarchy that will assist in pay level decisions.
Job evaluation is concerned with jobs, not people. When did job evaluatio
INTRODUCTION The most common activity in compensation administration is the collection and analysis of pay data from other organizations. Labor markets differ from other markets; employers must search for useful data to establish competitive pay leve
INTRODUCTION Each employee in an organization is paid a salary. Salaries vary greatly, with executives earning as much as (or greater than) 100 times an entry-level employee's salary. This variation is not by chance. It is rationally established thro
HISTORY OF JOB ANALYSIS Job analysis as a management technique was developed around 1900. It became one of the tools with which managers understood and directed organizations. In this process, jobs were defined as groupings of work tasks. Job Analysi
THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT The legal environment of U.S. compensation and benefits administration is dictated by: federal and state legislation the regulations imposed by executive branches of these governing bodies case law (court decisions) for some dev