Share
Explore BrainMass

Compensation on Job Evaulation

1-Job analyses has been considered the cornerstone for human resource management. Precisely how does it support managers making pay decisions?
2-What does job analyses have to do with internal alignment?
3-Describe the major decisions involved in job analyses.
4- Distinguish between task data and behavioral data.
5-why bother with job evaluation? Why not simple market price? How can job evaluation link internal alignment and external market pressures?
6-What are the pros and cons of having employees involved in compensation decisions? what forms can employee involvement take?
7-If you where managing employee compensation, how would you recommend that your company evaluate the usefulness of its job evaluation or person based plans?
8-Based on the research on job evaluation, what are the sources of possible gender bias in skill -/competency-based plans?
9-how can a manager ensure that job evaluation or skill-/competency-based support a costumer -centered strategy?

Solution Preview

Greetings,

Hope you are well.

1-Job analyses have been considered the cornerstone for human resource management. Precisely how does it support managers making pay decisions?

Consider the importance of human resources department in larger corporations where salary research is imperative to paying out compensation and meeting financial goals. Therefore, the focus is on human resource or hiring manger of a smaller business to monitor current salary trends that depends on job position as well as length of stay. Try and focus on the support managers or departments (HR) as a way towards assisting in providing accurate data to proper compensation payouts because of due diligence. By doing so, the company will refrain in not overpaying the overall employee or potential new employee that saves long-term in reinvesting in areas talent management initiatives, i.e. training, recruitment.

2-What does job analyses have to do with internal alignment?

Try and think of internal job alignment is in the precision for working towards a common goal for efficient operational manageability within a targeted marketplace. The job analysis offers an opportunity for businesses to compare and contrast the other internal job positions of tasks or duties to decipher proper alignment in order. If not, the focus is on realigning the overall job position with salary, benefits, job tasks, and department output actual needs. Therefore, the job analysis has a lot to do with internal alignment for proper manageability to reaching the targeted output goals.

3-Describe the major decisions involved in job analyses.

Keep in mind, the strategic decisions in play with job ...

Solution Summary

The review into job evaluation in relations towards compensation analysis within a business organization. Over 1000 words total.

$2.19