Job Evaluation policy
Job evaluation is the process of creating a hierarchy that establishes the worth
of each job to the organization and typically is based on the job's content
(such as the skills needed, job duties, and working conditions) or its external
market value and not on the abilities of the individual performing the job.
Thus, a job evaluation is not the same as setting pay rates or measuring an
This policy discusses the purpose of performing job
evaluations, job descriptions, ADA, and equal pay:
∑ Purpose of Job Evaluations
∑ The Process
∑ Role of Human Resources Department
∑ Job Descriptions
∑ Labor Grades or Classifications
∑ Rates of Pay
∑ Periodic Review
∑ Job Descriptions and the ADA and the FMLA
∑ Equal Pay
∑ Job Evaluations and Reinstatement
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