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job evaluation

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the analysis of the relationship between jobs in an organization: often used as a basis for a wages structure
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job evaluation

nvalutazione f delle mansioni (relative ad un lavoro)
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He describes the fundamental characteristics of job evaluation, its methodology, approaches to reviewing and introducing job evaluation schemes, and the basic technique of job analysis; three main formal job evaluation schemes (point-factor rating, matching, and leveling), as well as market pricing; applications of job evaluation in grade and pay structure design in the UK; and the practice of job evaluation, including maintaining the job evaluation schemes and issues and trends in job evaluation.
Al-Alawi said the concept of job evaluation is a structured process that determines the level of jobs within a specific regulation to clarify the relationship between these functions in terms of similarities and differences in the assessment factors applied to achieve justice in the grade and financial value of these jobs.
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Muscat, Apr 17 (ONA) A training course on performance management and job evaluation for heads and directors of departments was concluded at the Ministry of Information today.
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We have also adopted the new Federal Government Job Evaluation System, to ensure fairness & harmony across all federal entities & jobs"
The council says the decision to make Mr Meredith's job redundant was taken nearly two years ago, but that he has been kept on to oversee a job evaluation exercise based on equality legislation.