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Job evaluation process

Provide a brief overview of the job evaluation process, including the importance of compensable factors. Detail the compensable factors of a position you are familiar with and their impact on that position's salary, and you may want to reference the job analysis and job description process, which form the foundation of job evaluation. Identify at least four pitfalls that exist for organizations that do not follow this process.

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The job evaluation process is a process by which an employer seeks to evaluate an employee. During the evaluation, the employer will look through the employee's prior file, look at their previous performance evaluations, and determine what areas the employee needs to work on. Prior to this process beginning, the employer should ensure that the employee's job description is clearly indicated in case the employee has any questions or concerns ...

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This solution assists in providing an overview of the job evaluation process and compensable factors.

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