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SECTION A General information: Job Evaluation principles SECTION B Job Evaluation procedure and system application Job Evaluation system overview Job Evaluation procedure SECTION C Job Evaluation System Rules Job Evaluation Terminology SECTION D Skill level Factor points and assessment Page 12 Page 15 Page 7 Page 8 Page 5 Page 5 Page 6 Page 3 Page 4

Job Evaluation Guideline 2006


A. GENERAL INFORMATION WHAT IS JOB EVALUATION? Job evaluation is the rating of jobs according to a specifically planned procedure in order to determine the relative worth of each job. AIMS OF JOB EVALUATION The Primary Aim To determine the “intrinsic” worth of jobs, based on systematic assessment of the degree of complexity of job content and requirement, and to do this independently of any pre-conceived standards of remuneration and without regard to the qualities and performance of the actual personnel who perform the jobs. Secondary Aims • To relate jobs to each other in terms of their intrinsic worth, and hence to determine relative complexities of different jobs and a rational job structure within an organisation.

To provide a rational basis for equitable remuneration (pay and benefits) within an organisation, so that defensible rates of remuneration may be assigned to both jobs themselves and to the individuals who perform the jobs.

The main elements of Job Evaluation are Organisational Structure A diagrammatic representation of jobs in the organisation indicating the line of authority/ control to enable an understanding of the workflow and, reporting relationships, that exists within functional areas. Job Analysis A detailed observational and/ or questionnaire based study of a job using specific criterions to determine the role boundaries or key performance areas of positions.

Job Evaluation Guideline 2006


Job Description A document describing the job purpose, duties, the job...
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