job grade

job grade

[′jäb ‚grād]
(computer science)
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Khoujali said in press statements at the state government's general secretariat in El-Fasher Sunday, that appointment of ministries general directors in civil service are made according to competency and job grade without dictation from any one.
We have introduced an employee lifecycle based training framework that ensures required skills and competencies training takes place in a structured manner based on job grade and function, as opposed to arbitrary selection for trainingwe divide between core skills and soft skills.
The change in the job grade will see the post holder go from a pay band of PS68,889 - PS71,002 per annum to PS84,009 - PS86,589 a year.
The independent variables were demographic characteristics assessed using the following indicators: age of respondents grouped as [greater than equal to]30 and >30 years; marital status grouped as 'never married' and 'ever married', highest level of education, classified as Junior Secondary School and below and Senior Secondary School and above and job grade categorized as apprentice hairdresser and qualified hairdresser.
The ministry confirmed in its circular to all training and education facilities that the classifications at the ministry do not provide certificate holders any advantage with regards to job grade or rank, be it in the 5th rank or others, and does not consider the certificate as indicative of skills for such jobs.
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 2.8% pay rise.
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. The issue of subsidies has sparked anger even among some of the ruling party officials forcing the government to go on the defensive about its necessity to prevent an economic collapse.
* Criteria used for determining NQDCP eligibility varies among categories, with job grade cited most often (28%), and salary and title coming in second (16.5%).
Employees participating in the Scheme will, in addition to their normal legal dues, be paid an ex-gratia amount depending on the job grade of the employee concerned and the number of years of her or his service.