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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Michael Armstrong; Angela Baron; Institute of Personnel and Development.
|Description:||xii, 404 pages : illustrations, forms ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction: what this book is about; the research base of this book; plan of the book. Part 1 The process of job evaluation: job evaluation - definition, purpose and meaning; job evaluation - how it works. Part 2 Job evaluation methodology: non-analytical job evaluation schemes; factor-comparison; point-factor rating; competence-based job evaluation; market pricing; role and competence analysis; designing grade and pay structures; computer-assisted job evaluation; equal pay for work of equal value. Part 3 Developing, implementing and maintaining job evaluation: selecting the approach; implementing a tailor-made job evaluation scheme. Part 4 Job evaluation today: introducing job evaluation with the held of consultants; implementing and maintaining job evaluation; what is happening in job evaluation today - the research findings; job evaluation in action; conclusions - the future of job evaluation. Appendices: proprietary job evaluation schemes; example of a points-factor job evaluation scheme; examples of factor and level definitions; questionnaires - role analysis/job analysis; role and job descriptions; computerized job evaluation; good equal opportunities practice in analytical job evaluation - a checklist.|
|Series Title:||Developing practice.|
|Responsibility:||Michael Armstrong and Angela Baron.|