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Job Evaluation & Analysis and Reward Management

Job Evaluation & Analysis Understanding Reward Management

 

Job Evaluation & Analysis Understanding Reward Management seminar is designed to provide participants with an understanding of job analysis and job evaluation. Participants will consider how jobs are analyzed and how job evaluation can be applied to the design, development, and implementation of pay and grade structures. Participants will also explore how different compensation systems can be used to pay and grading structures and in particular the link with broader issues of employee motivation.

This training is designed to provide participants with an understanding of the critical role these activities play in motivation, engagement and job satisfaction. Participants will consider the varied approaches to job analysis and evaluation and how these processes are used to design jobs that are meaningful and rewarding. The links to pay and other forms of remuneration will also be examined, and participants will also explore how different compensation systems can be applied to pay and to grade structures to ensure a sense of fairness and ensure high levels of productivity.

Highlights of the training seminar include:

How the reward systems affect the ability to recruit talented employees?

A Comprehensive Review of Motivation and Engagement

Reviewing Different Formats for the Development of Job Profiles

Acquiring Competency in many Job Evaluation Techniques

Exploring how different approaches to compensation, including performance-related pay, bonuses and overtime rates affect performance

Developing a Strategic View of Pay, Grading and Compensations Systems that will enable participants to advise the senior management team on compensation related issues

TRAINING METHODOLOGY

The learning approaches applied during the course will involve the practical application of job evaluation techniques. Participants will work on an individual and group basis to analyze job profiles and evaluate them applying both non-analytical and analytical job evaluation schemes. The course will involve the development of a pay and grading structure and the compensation systems that can augment these structures.

ILM endorses this course.

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YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO

At the end of this training seminar you will learn to:

Understand the role of job design in motivation and engagement

Appreciate the difference and importance between monetary and non-monetary reward

Apply job analysis and evaluation techniques

Understand compensation systems within the broader context of the culture and the operating environment

Undertake and apply a variety of methods to analyze and evaluate specific jobs

Apply the results of job evaluation to design and develop a pay and grading structure

IMPORTANT COURSE INFORMATION

Participants who fully attend this course and complete the test on the last day will receive a Strategic Axis Professional Certificate (SAPC). SAPC certificates are regionally recognized and can be quite valuable when applying for more senior roles within the organization or outside.

Upon completion of the optional assessment, successful participants will also receive a certificate from the ILM.

COURSE OUTLINE

Modules

Module 1: An Introduction to job analysis and job evaluation

Definition of role and job analysis

Compare various techniques to analyze specific jobs

Examine different methodologies

Designing appropriate job profile documentation

Selecting benchmark jobs

The role of the job analyst

Collecting, recording and analyzing information

The job analysis interview

Completing the job profile document

Module 2: Job Analysis Techniques

Definition of job evaluation

Uses of job evaluation

Examine different methodologies

Analytical and non-analytical schemes

Points rating

Factor comparison

Job ranking

Internal benchmarking or job matching

Job Classification

Assessing evaluation schemes

The Use of Behavioural Competencies

Compare Various Techniques to Analyse Specific Jobs

Collecting, Recording and Analysing Information

The Job Analysis Interview

Completing the Job Profile Document 

Module 3: Types of Schemes for Evaluation

Definition of job evaluation

Uses of job evaluation

Examine different methodologies

Analytical and non-analytical schemes

Points rating

Factor comparison

Job ranking

Internal benchmarking or job matching

Job Classification

Assessing evaluation schemes

Module 4: Implementation and Operational Considerations

Explore the links between job analysis and job evaluation

Design and operational guidelines

Grade structure guidelines

Implementation framework

Options for implementation – full or staged

Communicating the results

Managing appeals for re-grading

Job Analysis and Evaluation

Module 5: Employee Motivation

Explore the links between job analysis and job evaluation

Design and operational guidelines

Grade structure guidelines

Implementation framework

Options for implementation – full or staged

Communicating the results

Managing appeals for re-grading

Job Analysis and Evaluation

Module 6: Forms of Remuneration

Monetary vs. Non-monetary

Bonus, TOIL, Enhanced Holiday Entitlement

Merit Pay and Incremental Pay

Pay Progression

Selecting and Training Analysts

Review of Success Criteria

 

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