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How does Factor Evaluation System (FES) differ from other point factor job evaluation methodologies. Give examples of bobtailing in FES.

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// In the following response, the Factor Evaluation System would be discussed. This is one of the various ways of evaluating a job. Job evaluation determines the worth of the jobs in a company relative to one another. Evaluation analyzes the value of jobs and is the source of targeted job descriptions. //

Factor Evaluation System (FES) is a point-factor system. In this, the job evaluators rank jobs that have similar responsibilities and tasks according to ...

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