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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An additional job classification was added for lifeguard Halle Ragain, making her a part-time swim instructor for $20 an hour
Contract notice: Remuneration policy and job classification at the flemish government.
The LCBO has discriminated against workers in its largest female-dominated job classification for decades," said Davis, "and now that is coming to an end.
The plaintiff also said that five of 110 Lockheed workers in his job classification "were terminated as part of the layoffs.
Salaries of those earning above the new scale will not be reduced, but will be frozen until it equals the pay corresponding to a person's grade and job classification.
It also discussed a number of aspects related to the requirements for occupying a number of jobs and the ex-practical experience period as per the job classification and arrangement system issued by a the decision No 10/2010.
Columbia County's new job classification and compensation system undervalues the men and women who oversee the disposal of rubbish, Solid Waste Director Greg Kaminski said.
The law contains the basic provisions regulating human resources management for directors-general in the Government of Dubai, powers of appointment and termination of services, job classification, financial allocations, subscription in pension, performance assessment, civilian liability and development plans.
12, a new law went into effect in New Hampshire that now requires that businesses must provide a copy of a noncompetition agreement to a potential employee or an employee who is making changes in his/her job classification prior to or at the same time as the change in employment occurs.
The seminar will discuss the civil service law and its regulations, as well as, fields of applying the human resources information system, mechanisms of the central employment, job classification, human resources development and strategies of the administrative development and its mechanisms to come up with the recommendations that contribute in promoting the level of performance.
These ratings, based on an estimated level of risk, are the jumping off point when determining how much workers' compensation premiums a company will pay for each job classification.
Demographic information on the survey included age range, race, gender, current environmental health job classification, the PHA in which the EHP worked, the length of time in their current position, and academic credentials.