NHS seeks cure for equal value malaise

Overell, Stephen
October 1997
People Management;10/23/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 21, p11
Discusses the job evaluation scheme of Great Britain National Health Service (NHS) which is designed for national framework stability. Job evaluation methods used in trusts; Significance of the scheme; Recommendations for Hay scheme to adapt job evaluation; Comments of John Northrop, director of NHS Pay and Research on Hay's methods of job evaluation.


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