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HR: Approval process, compensation decisions, job evaluation

An Approval Process helps ensure that any changes that result from evaluating work are consistent with the organization's operations and directions- when is this process effective and when can it fail. Please support your answers.

What do you think about involving employees in compensation decisions. Are there any compensation decisions which employees should be involved in? Which should they not be involved in? Please support your answers.

Why are there different approaches to Job Evaluation? Think of a two different organizations (from the convenience store down the street to the multinational firm downtown). Select two (real) organizations and share your thoughts on the approach you believe they would use for job evaluation.

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An Approval Process helps ensure that any changes that result from evaluating work are consistent with the organization's operations and directions- when is this process effective and when can it fail. Please support your answers.

Approval process phase has two parts. The first part is to obtain approval from affected parties due to the change: It is important to take feedback from the affected parties to ensure that the solution/plan does not affect other things and also provides a solution to reduce the risks.

Approval from an Executive Change Committee: This step will ensure that the proposed solution meets the long-range goals of the project.

Reference: http://ais.ucsc.edu/Former_AIS_site/downloads/Change_Management_Strategy.pdf

An approval process will only be effective if the organization secures feedback, opinion and "buy-ins" from all levels of employees in the organization. If the employees will feel left out in the process and will not get an opportunity to participate in the approval phase or will not get an opportunity to raise their opinions and feedback, an approval phase will eventually fail as employees will not approve of such change whole heartedly and will not cooperate ...

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HRM: Approval process, compensation decisions and job evaluation

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