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Job evaluation in municipalities

William R. Spriegel

Job evaluation in municipalities

by William R. Spriegel

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Published by Bureau of Business Research, College of Business Administration, University of Texas in [Austin] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Job analysis.,
  • Municipal officials and employees.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 119-122.

    Statementby William R. Spriegel [and] E. Lanham.
    SeriesBureau of Business Research, University of Texas. Personnel study, no. 9
    ContributionsLanham, Elizabeth, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJS155 .S65
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 122 p.
    Number of Pages122
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6193273M
    LC Control Number55062171
    OCLC/WorldCa3129887

    The “point method” job evaluation approach provides the framework for a quantification of each job’s relative importance for the company (internal job value); this quantification will then provide the basis for the calculation of a theoretical salary range. One of the advantages of this method is that it allows mitigating the importance. 33/-/ •o u-5w3 TableofContents INTRODUCTION JOBEVALUATION JOBEVALUATIONHISTORY 13 BASICMETHODSINUSE page13 TheRankingMethod 14 TheClassificationMethod 14 TheFactorComparisonMethod 15 ThePointSystem 16 ESSENTIALSOFAJOB EVALUATIONSYSTEM page19 EstabHshingPolicies 20 SelectingthePlan 20 .

    Busch explained during the webinar. A job evaluation plan is a technique of using a common set of generic factors to evaluate all jobs (or a set of jobs) for the purpose of assigning a pay grade/range to the jobs. In the job evaluation plan, you rank a job’s duties and responsibilities relative to other jobs in an organization. Job evaluation provides the formula for determining how jobs fit together and where they fit into the pay scale. The purpose is to assess – consistently and without bias – the relative value of permanent full time CUPE Local jobs within the Town of Oakville, thereby establishing and maintaining internal equity.

    Job evaluation is the process of analyzing and assessing various jobs systematically to ascertain their relative worth in an organization. Job evaluation is an assessment of the relative worth of various jobs on the basis of a consistent set of job and personal factors, such as qualifications and skills required. The objective of job evaluation is to determine which jobs .   JOB EVALUATION VS PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL JOB EVALUATION PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL DEFINE Find the selective worth of a job Find the worth of a job holder AIM Determine wage rates for different jobs Determine incentives and rewards for superior performance SHOWS How much a job is worth How well an individual is doing on assigned jobs .


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Procedure of the Job Evaluation Unit and the T.A.S.K. Job Evaluation notes for the Municipal Sector. SCOPE OF APPLICATION The terms of this policy and implementation guidelines shall be applicable to all permanent posts and political supporting personnel in the Municipality.

File Size: KB. Job evaluation in municipalities. [Austin] Bureau of Business Research, College of Business Administration, University of Texas, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William R Spriegel; Elizabeth Lanham.

Job evaluation in municipalities. [Elizabeth Lanham] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Lanham. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: TASK Job Evaluation Guidelines for Municipalities: 5.

PURPOSE To implement the TASK Job Evaluation System within Ingquza Hill Local Municipality in order to achieve uniform norms and standards in the description of similar jobs and grading by applying a scientific approach in determining the relative value of a job or group of jobs.

Versions of the NJC Job Evaluation Scheme) reviewed and withdrawn N/A 7. *Skills Pathways and Career Grades and Job Evaluation 10 27 8.

*Generic Jobs and Job Descriptions 8 29 9. *Appeals, Reviews and Ongoing Maintenance 13 32 *Mainstreaming Job Evaluation 14 37 *Job Information for Job Evaluation 4 41 Introduction to Job Evaluation Job evaluation in municipalities book u t l i n e o f t h e l e s s o n 1.

Terminologies of job evaluation 2. Concepts of job and evaluation 3. Objectives of job evaluation 4. Principles of job evaluation 5. JOB Evaluation criteria 6. Job Evaluation process 7.

Computerized job evaluation L e a r n i n g O b j e c t i v e s. job evaluation system before such posts are filled, unless the spe cific job has been evaluated previously (PSR III F.1(c)).

(ii) Take the results of job evaluation, where available, into account in determining an employee’s salary (PSR V A.2(c)). (b) With reference to the mandatory evaluations referred to in sub-paragraph. The Job Evaluation process for Ray Nkonyeni Municipality was completed in November by the Job Evaluation Unit (JEU) and all relevant information was submitted to the Provincial Audit Committee (PAC) and the final outcomes report was received from SALGA on 12 May Overview.

Doing a good job is important both to employers and employees. For the employing government, if its employees perform their work well, it is better able to maintain or improve the public's perception of its operation, it can accomplish its goals more efficiently and, possibly, with less expense, and it may be able to take on new tasks without adding additional staff or.

The Paterson Job Evaluation System was developed by Dr. Paterson in Scotland. He examined the characteristics of work and pay, the primary focus of the job evaluation system is to relate these two aspects of productivity in a way which both management and workers find reasonable, equitable and fair.

As the first in a series, this reexamination of a personnel study focuses on trends in job evaluation procedures since the early 's, specifically dealing with municipalities. The six topical units discussed in this monograph are: (1) a history of job evaluation in municipalities, (2) methods used in securing the cooperation of supervisors and employees, (3) assignment of.

Job evaluation is the process of analyzing and assessing the various jobs systematically to ascertain their relative worth in an organization. Job is evaluated on the basis of their content and is placed in the order of their importance. It should be noted that in a job evaluation programme, the jobs are ranked and not the.

Process. The process of job evaluation involves the following steps: Gaining acceptance: Before undertaking job evaluation, top management must explain the aims and uses of the program to managers, emphasizing the ees and unions may be consulted, depending on the legal and employee relations environment and company culture.

To elaborate the program. Job evaluation is only one among several factors in deterring the wage level. Sometimes, other factors like government policy may dominate the job evaluation The results of job evaluation may not exactly coincide with social evaluations which in turn result in employee dissatisfaction.

The six topical units discussed in this monograph are: (1) a history of job evaluation in municipalities, (2) methods used in securing the cooperation of supervisors and employees, (3) assignment of responsibility for the job evaluation installation, (4) procedures in installing the programs, (5) measures taken to insure acceptance of the.

Senior Job Evaluation Analyst Competition No.: Duration: Temporary Full Time Salary: $. + Competitive Benefits Last Updated: 8/17/20 AM Description.

The goal of the City of Burnaby and its employees is to consistently deliver first class services to our community. In job classification, a job analysis and evaluation occurs when a new position is created.

The job classification is evaluated each time a significant change occurs in a job. The job classification re-evaluation is generally requested by. Job Evaluation/Grading. Job evaluation/grading is the classification of jobs according to a job grading system such as Paterson, Peromnes, Hay, Castellion or simply a semantic scale describing occupational levels (e.g.

top management, senior management, mid management, junior management etc). Job evaluation & compensation - human resource management 1. Managing Compensation 2. Job Evaluation Determine the worth of one job in relation to that of another without regard to the personalities.

It analyses & accesses the content of jobs, to place them in some standard rank order. It is used as a basis for a fair and logical remuneration system.

Review the previous year's Performance Evaluation Form, any mid-year discussions or special achievements, or other unique circumstances with the employee.

Compliment the employee on specific job accomplishments and strengths. Review the completed Performance Evaluation Form with the employee if you have prepared it in advance.

job-related. The courts require a clear link between the requirements of the job and measures of performance on that job. Specifically, the courts have suggested that both the selection of tests for a battery and performance measures to be used as criteria for those tests be based on a rigorous job analysis.4.

All positions that are to be evaluated through the job evaluation process must have a “Job Content Questionnaire” completed and signed by the incumbent (if applicable), and Manager/Director. 5. A copy of the Department Organization Chart should accompany the documentation forwarded to Human Resources for job evaluation.

Job Evaluation 1. What Is Job Classification? Job classification is a system for objectively and accurately defining and evaluating the duties, responsibilities, tasks, and authority level of a job classification, done correctly, is a thorough description of the job responsibilities of a position without regard to the knowledge, skills, experience, and education of the individuals .