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Salary structure bias. Can the decision-making process also be biased?

In creating a salary structure, we have seen where observation can be biased. Can the decision-making process also be biased?

Who would you choose to place on the evaluation committee to ensure balance? Consider only positions titles, not specific names, in your debate.

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In creating a salary structure, we have seen where observation can be biased. Can the decision-making process also be biased?

The decision-making process will almost always be pre-judged or biased as long as humans are involved. Salary structures are critical to the rational dissemination of pay. Organizations develop this structure based upon internal factors (such as current rates, job relationships, and custom) and external factors (such as labor markets and laws). According to HR Guide, one may determine an appropriate salary structure by:
? Determining the difference between each salary ...

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The cited solution lists six factors which may be used to determine an appropriate salary structure. Following are four paragraphs which discuss the choices for the evaluation committee with ideas about how to structure the evaluation process.

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