job classification

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job classification

[′jäb ‚klas·ə·fə‚kā·shən]
(industrial engineering)
Designating job classes on the basis of job factors or level of pay, or on the basis of job evaluation.
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Tenders are invited for project consist of consultant to collect data, perform analysis and evaluation and make recommendations on compensation and job classifications.
The proposed 'strategic alternative' would restructure job classifications, standardise pay across the public sector and introduce an annual inflation adjustment.
The report contains comprehensive data on over 50 different job classifications from rubber and plastics manufacturing related firms that serve a variety of end-use markets.
Barilla, Charles Corbitt, Subhajit Chakravorty, MD, Michael Perlis, PhD, and Michael Grandner, PhD, examined sleep patterns and job classifications of over 17,000 study participants.
The wage portion of the survey is based on 28 job classifications.
But Lane County reads the requirement differently, publishing only the salary ranges for its various job classifications.
And with more than 600 possible job classifications, and more being added all the time, it's an all too common problem among employers.
Proposed measures will include more transparency in company pay scales between men and women and enforcement of "genderneutral" job classifications.
The prior agreement ran from 22 April 2006 to 21 April 2011 and was opened in late 2008 to address issues related primarily to job classifications.
After the survey was initiated, it was learned that environmental health job classifications in Jefferson (PHA 4) and Mobile (PHA 11) counties were different from those used by the ADPH.
Another part of the agreement between Raytheon and the union is that laid-off employees would have opportunities to return to the El Segundo company under different job classifications.
Cross-training is important and it's especially critical to consult with unions in cases where job classifications may require shifting staff to different positions.