Job Evaluation For Human Resources (HR) by Pagadala Cyril Papiah
Date: 6 September 2024 (Friday)
Time: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Venue: ON LINE TRAINING
Introduction:
Almost everyone in a profit-oriented organisation works because of compensation and benefits. 

Employees look for a certain minimum compensation to meet their cost of living expenses and thereafter to be compensated according to market conditions. Besides this employees expect to be given a fair compensation in comparison to others. Employees also want to know their salary structure as part of having a secure career plan.
       
Employers on the other hand need a proper compensation plan to attract and retain employees. A properly developed salary structure will be useful for planning and budgeting purposes. 

The programme starts off with compensation decisions, followed by job evaluation to determine an internally equitable salary structure in tandem with the market. 

Participants get to experience the detailed hands-on process of evaluating jobs and the management of the various aspects of compensation through experiential workshop exercises led by a facilitator with practical work and training experience. 

Objectives:
How to evaluate jobs for internal equity  
How to establish job grades and pay grades 
How to use market data for jobs and develop a market rate salary structure 
How to reward employees for increased knowledge and skills
How to reward employees for improved performance     

Program Content:
(1) What is Compensation?  
Components in a compensation package
What do employees seek in compensation? 
Equity in financial compensation
Factors that influence compensation    

(2) Methods of Job Evaluation 
Ranking
Paired comparisons 
Forced choice 
Points Method  

(3) Points Method of Job Evaluation 
Type and description of compensable factors  
Number of points
Degree of compensable factors 
Survey of external market 
Internal equity factors 
HAY method 

(4) Pay Structures 
Job grades and pay grades
Fixed scale / Pay ranges  
Increment percentages and quantum
Paying for cost of living   

(5) Paying for Skills and Knowledge 
Stair model 
Skills blocks model
Job-point accrual model
Cross-department model   

(6) Paying for Performance
Linking performance with rewards 
Quantum of merit pay increase 
Performance bonus
Profit sharing 
Gain sharing    

(7) Paying for Sales 
Commissions
Service points 
Components of pay for sales  

Methodology:
Presentations, case-studies, interactive discussions, exercises
Who Must Attend:
HR Managers  
HR Executives
Compensation & Benefits Specialists  

Investment Fees:
RM972.00 (Including 8.00% Service Tax) per participant (Standard Fee)
RM700.00 (Including 8.00% Service Tax) per participant (Early Bird Fee, register by 02 September 2024)

Group incentive: Register 3 participants from the same organization, the 4th participant is FREE. (Buy 3 Get 1 Free)
Registration:
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Notes:
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