Job Evaluation

Job Evaluation

JOB EVALUATION 3

JobEvaluation

JobEvaluation

Thankyou very much for your essay on Job evaluation. Through your article,I have come to understand the need to evaluate the jobs that peoplecarry out in an organization. Specifically, the need for Jobevaluation is to enhance equality. People need work that is withintheir capacity for them to carry it out effectively. Without jobevaluation, it would be hard for managers to establishresponsibilities and the ability of a given employee to performseveral tasks. I have also understood that through job evaluation,the managers can keep and maintain their employees. First, they canchallenge the employees to compete for top most positions. It isobvious that the top most job positions reward much better comparedto lower job positions. Besides, Job evaluation enables the firm toestablish the number of personnel that it requires and to distributethe various tasks equally among the employees (Gilbert, 2012).

Throughthe essay, I am now able to understand how firms can attract the besttalent through the use of job evaluations. It is obvious thatemployees do conduct discussions among themselves on the variousremuneration practices carried out in the different organizationswhere they work. The well-paid employees tell their friends duringtheir free time and attract them to apply for positions advertised inthe firm. Consequently, new and better talent is attracted to theorganization (Nistor, 2012).

Finally,I have understood the importance of job evaluation as part ofimproving the employee development program. The program is animportant feature of creating morale and employee loyalty to thefirm. It makes sense that whenever employees engage in programs thatenable them to assume more responsibility they are more likely toget loyal to the organization. The loyalty is as a result ofunderstanding that the organization has a long-term view of theemployees, and they too develop a long-term perspective of staying inthe group (Gilbert, 2012).

References

Gilbert,K. (2012). Promises and practices: job evaluation and equal pay fortyyears on! IndustrialRelations Journal 43(2),137-151. doi: 10.111/j.1468-2338.2012.00665.x

Nistor,D. L. (2012). A new methodology for job evaluation – assessment bytasks. Management&amp Marketing, 7(1),165-194. Retrieved fromhttp://search.proquest.com/docview/1017672822?accountid=12085

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