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Job Evolution and analysis

weekdays

Eligibility: Any HR professional

Duration: 75 Hrs

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Course Summary

Job evaluation is a process of determining the relative worth of a job. It is a process which is helpful even for framing compensation plans by the personnel manager.  The job evaluation information can be helpful at the time of selection of candidates. The factors that are determined for job evaluation can be taken into account while selecting the employees. Job Evaluation & Analysis training course is designed to provide participants with an understanding of job analysis and job evaluation and the critical role these activities play in motivation, engagement and job satisfaction. Participants will consider the varied approaches to job analysis and evaluation and how these processes are used to design jobs that are meaningful and rewarding.  The links to pay and other forms of remuneration will also be examined and participants will also explore how different compensation systems can be applied to pay and grading structures to ensure a sense of fairness and ensure high levels of productivity.

Course Content:

  • The Corporate Environment
  • The HR Role and Line Management Responsibilities
  • Motivation in Theory and Practice
  • Engagement, Job Satisfaction and Commitment
  • Why Pay Matters? – compensation and the war for talent
  • The Need for Job Analysis and Evaluation
  • The Role of the Job Analyst
  • An Introduction to Job Analysis
  • An Introduction to Job Evaluation
  • The Use of Behavioural Competencies
  • Compare Various Techniques to Analyse Specific Jobs
  • Selecting Benchmark Jobs
  • Collecting, Recording and Analysing Information
  • The Job Analysis Interview
  • Completing the Job Profile Document
  • Definition and Uses of Job Evaluation
  • Examine Different Methodologies
  • Analytical and Non-analytical Schemes
  • Points Rating and Factor Comparison
  • Job Ranking
  • Internal / External Benchmarking or Job Matching
  • Job Classification
  • Assessing Evaluation Schemes
  • Explore the Links between Job Analysis, Evaluation and Design
  • Design and Operational Guidelines
  • Grade Structure Guidelines
  • Implementation Framework
  • Options for Implementation - full or staged
  • Communicating the Results
  • Managing Appeals for Re-grading
  • Monetary vs. Non-monetary
  • Bonus, TOIL, Enhanced Holiday Entitlement
  • Merit Pay and Incremental Pay
  • Pay Progression
  • Selecting and Training Analysts
  • Review of Success Criteria
  • Case Studies

Intec and advantage from the course :

  • Develop a strategic view of pay, grading and compensations systems
  • Acquire competency in many jobs’ evaluation techniques 
  • Understand job analysis and evaluation techniques
  • Understand the stages involved in a job analysis and job evaluation project
  • Undertake and apply a variety of techniques to analyse and evaluate specific jobs
  • Apply the results of job evaluation to design and develop a pay and grading structure
  • Develop and apply different compensation systems to pay and grading structures to reflect organizational culture.
  • Examine different ways to implement the above processes
  • Acquire knowledge and understanding of job analysis and job evaluation
  • Understand a variety of different job evaluation techniques
  • Understand how job evaluation contributes to the development, design, and implementation of a pay and grading structure
  • Be able to make a strategic contribution to the organization in the area of pay and grading
  • Understand how different approaches to employee compensation can impact on employee motivation and organizational performance