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Job evaluation refers to a company's systematic process of job comparison (one job with the other jobs).
Job evaluation definition
Job evaluation refers to a company's systematic process of job comparison (one job with the other jobs). The main goal of job evaluation is assessing and establishing fair compensation.
Importance of job evaluation
• It helps in producing a fair pay framework
• Reduces inefficiencies in remuneration
• Compares remuneration with other companies
• Designs new jobs, departments and functions
• Reworks company's pay framework after a re-organization
The biggest disadvantage of job evaluation is the fact it is conducted from the employer’s point of view.
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