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Valuing roles: how to establish relative worth

By: Armstrong, Michael.
Contributor(s): Cummins, Ann.
Publisher: London Kogan Page 2008Description: vi, 328 p.ISBN: 9780749454760.Subject(s): Job evaluation | Human capital | Employees - Rating ofDDC classification: 658.306 Summary: Organizations have different drivers that influence how roles and jobs are evaluated and rewarded. Valuing Roles offers practical advice and highlights the benefits and risk of the different approaches businesses can use. It shows how job evaluation intersects with pay-related processes, systems and policies. Valuing Roles examines the 'why' and 'how' behind the concept. It provides: * An overview of the approaches and current issues * An outline of the methodology * A guide to designing and implementing a scheme and structures * Coverage of topics such as equal pay and marketing pricing It also includes international case studies, flowcharts, checklists, templates, and an analysis of a job evaluation survey carried out in 2007 by e-reward.
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Organizations have different drivers that influence how roles and jobs are evaluated and rewarded. Valuing Roles offers practical advice and highlights the benefits and risk of the different approaches businesses can use. It shows how job evaluation intersects with pay-related processes, systems and policies. Valuing Roles examines the 'why' and 'how' behind the concept. It provides: * An overview of the approaches and current issues * An outline of the methodology * A guide to designing and implementing a scheme and structures * Coverage of topics such as equal pay and marketing pricing It also includes international case studies, flowcharts, checklists, templates, and an analysis of a job evaluation survey carried out in 2007 by e-reward.

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