job grade

job grade

[′jäb ‚grād]
(computer science)
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To ensure privacy, employees can choose whether or not to show his or her photo, job grade and mobile phone number.
Former cashiers will move up a job grade when they become "community bankers", resulting in an average 2.
Nearly half of the voters surveyed said they "strongly disapprove" of the job Barack Obama has done as president, and the same number gave that job grade to Congress.
The VP acknowledged that the move will prove unpopular with the people but said that the government had no other options adding that as a result if savings from subsidies, salaries of government employees will see a minimum of 100 pounds increase and up to 600 depending on the job grade.
Many of these managers expect to gain promotions to higher job grade levels - a process not affected in the proposed freeze.
ARTICLE 27: The minister may delegate his jurisdiction stipulated in this law to a ministry staff whose job grade is not below a director-general.
A female home care worker, who is listed grade five on the council's job grade, earns pounds 11,300 a year - while a male refuse driver, also on grade five, gets pounds 17,000.
While still recognizing corporate, division and individual performance, the intent (of the new bonus plan) is to have minimal variance in bonus payments by job grade .
People are valued for their contribution regardless of rank, level, job grade or some other artificial factor.
The question was asked to find out whether a strong prevalence exists for tying eligibility to compensation, title, job grade or some combination of all three.
The state minister at the Ministry of Finance, AbdelRahman Dirar told the pro-government Sudan Media Center (SMC) website that they embarked on the final arrangements for increasing the minimum wage in coordination with other government and state agencies adding that the hike will be applied according to the job grade.
Excluding senior citizens who retired before that date caused a substantial difference between income of pensioners who used to hold the same job grade," Al Shamsi said and added that it was particularly unfair to forefathers who served the country during the early days of the UAE Federation.