Job Classification


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Job Classification

The arrangement of positions in a company or industry according to responsibility and/or compensation. For example, one's job classification may start as analyst, and then change to senior analyst, junior manager, senior manager and finally partner.
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The proposed 'strategic alternative' would restructure job classifications, standardise pay across the public sector and introduce an annual inflation adjustment.
If so, it must provide a copy of the noncompetition agreement to the employee prior to or concurrent with making the offer of employment or change in job classification.
And with more than 600 possible job classifications, and more being added all the time, it's an all too common problem among employers.
Only age was significantly different among job classifications; in general, job classification increased with age.
The bill also allows ESPs who are laid off to be recalled to vacant positions in any job classification for which they are qualified.
Laid-off employees often can return to Raytheon if a position that fits their job classification opens.
Cuts to union jobs will be based on seniority, with close to 50 percent of the layoffs going to workers with the least seniority in each job classification, the company said.
The ongoing NSPS conversion includes only the human resources parts of the system, which include job classification, compensation, performance management, staffing, and workforce-shaping elements.
My natural apprehension for a new position, new job classification, and new coworkers intensified with those words.
Davis-Bacon wages are intended to represent the wage paid to at least 50 percent of the workers in the job classification in a given geographic location.
A spokesperson for Lucent said that the new contract will also see installers get a new job classification that will see them paid market rate wages and benefits varying by location.
The development team created a matrix showing the basic covered tasks that each job classification should be evaluated in.