- Wage and Employer Changes Over the Life Cycle. Rupert, Peter // Economic Commentary;4/15/2004, p1
Discusses the effect of wages and amenities on job choices of employees. Reason of employees for accepting lower-paying jobs voluntarily; Concept of compensating differentials; Implication of compensating differentials for assessing whether people's quality of life has improved over time.
- JOB EVALUATION AND MERIT RATING SYSTEMS. Loomba, N. Paul; Sparling, W. Edward // Industrial Management;Jul65, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p12
Examines job evaluation and merit rating, two techniques used by wage and salary administrators to establish an equitable distribution of wages and salaries among employees. Key issues of interest; Analysis of pertinent topics and relevant issues; Implications on industrial management.
- Building a Coordinated Program. // Industrial Management;Jul65, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p14
Discusses the establishment of a program that coordinates job-evaluation and merit-rating techniques used to establish an equitable distribution of wages and salaries among employees. Key issues of interest; Analysis of pertinent topics and relevant issues; Implications on industrial management.
- Adjusting Base Weights in Job Evaluation. Gray, J. Stanley // Journal of Applied Psychology;Feb51, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p8
The article suggests that it is important that the ratios of the evaluation points of various key jobs be the same as the ratios of the salaries of those same jobs, when a system of job evaluation is validated by calculating the critical ratio of the difference between the percentage of salary...
- Separating Performance Appraisals from Salary Reviews Enhances Staff Progress. Rose, T. Allen // National Public Accountant;Aug/Sep2006, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p14
The article deals with the advantages of separating performance assessment meetings and salary review. Salary reviews have been separated from performance appraisals based on the premise that employees do not connect with the valuable information provided. The decision of IBM Consulting to...
- An Analytical Approach to the Unequivocal Need of Organizations for Job Evaluation. Muhammad Ali EL-Hajji // International Journal of Business & Social Science;2011, Vol. 2 Issue 18, p8
This paper tries to answer the questions of why organizations need job evaluation. What makes this need so pressing? Why organizations show an increasing interest in job evaluation? Is job evaluation an inevitable exercise in the life of organizations - And to what extent does this reflect...
- EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF WAGE REQUIREMENT FOR HANDLING THE HOPPER WAGON IN THERMAL POWER PLANT USING JOB EVALUATION APPROACH. Bhawsar, Pallavi // Golden Research Thoughts;Aug2013, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p1
The idea is to create a situation of input -- output equilibrium that equates with a fair wage being paid in revisit for the type of work or job in hand. This is in order to reach a win / win situation, determine any problem that may occur between employees and their employer related to wage...
- Performance Appraisal for Groups: Models and Methods for Assessing Group Processes and Outcomes for Development and Evaluation. London, Manuel // Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice & Research;Sep2007, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p175
This paper guides consulting psychologists in how to help managers and group leaders assess group members' reactions, behaviors, and performance. The results may be used for development in improving group performance and for evaluation in making decisions about group members' pay and...
- RTPI survey reveals authority pay cuts. Donatantonio, Domenic // Planning (14672073);9/12/2008, Issue 1786, p3
The article presents a survey on job evaluation for planners in Great Britain. According to the Royal Town Planning Institute, the evaluation leads to mass dissatisfaction with some salaries cut by more than Â£4,000. Survey reveals that two-thirds of respondents agreed that pay cuts were...