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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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Twenty-eight job classifications were used as the basis for the wage portion of the study.
The city will pay an Arizona consulting firm $93,000 to help overhaul job classifications and pay scales of public employees after more than 25 years without a comprehensive review of positions and compensation.
Personnel policies have created broad job classifications that do not reflect some of the special skills needed in specific assignments.
The contract award qualifies Merge to respond to Statements of Work issued by various state agencies in a wide variety of information technology job classifications.
Various job classifications have been identified, and each is given corresponding salary weighting factors.
The areas of legal studies, behavioral sciences, technical studies, and skill development were identified as general topics that would apply to all three job classifications.
The employer has a broad range of NHCEs working in various job classifications.
In most departments, the first job classifications to undergo civilianization are those of records clerk and dispatcher, but even those are subject to debate.
Employers cannot limit advancement opportunities or job classifications for individuals with disabilities, or use tests or job requirements that tend to screen out the disabled.
Requesting establishment of new job classifications and / or new job qualifications should be avoided except when the candidate cannot otherwise qualify.
The contract also calls for reclassifying five job classifications, including the up-grading of about 200 employees in two job classifications and the downgrading of three other classifications in which the current 20 employees would be "grandfathered" at their existing levels.
It means using workers only in strict job classifications, or changing a carpenter's pay scale to the electrician's rate in the middle of the day because he threaded a piece of electrical conduit through a stud wall, or to a truck driver's rate because he drove a flatbed truck across the lot.