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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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Georgantas finally scored a hit with the council voting 4-0 on new job classifications for sports and recreation manager and lifeguard instructor, both at $14.
BVU Authority ( BVU ), a political subdivision of Virginia, is accepting quotes from qualified Offerors to review and update its compensation and job classifications. The selected firm is expected to perform an analysis of current job classifications, salary and benefit structure relative to comparable positions in comparable organizations.
Highlights of the revised agreement include extension of the existing contracts by 18 months with a no layoff provision; pay increases of 2.25% and 2.0%; filling 40 new customer service technician jobs and 35 new call centre jobs; job upgrades for specific job classifications and continued operational flexibility to enhance the service experience.
The initiative calls for unifying job classifications.
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. All information included in the report is unique to metalcasting operations.
The union said that the arbitrator ordered Boeing to "make whole" all engineering and technical employees who worked at the sites in job classifications represented by SPEEA since March 5, 2001.
The ranges for particular job classifications don't always tell the whole story - for some positions, overtime can boost compensation beyond the maximum.
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.
Some workers will find their rates of pay have been cut under new job classifications in the streamlined award system and workers in small businesses of less than 15 employees will have no entitlement to redundancy pay.