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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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Following that, the council approved additional job classifications for part-time staff: Alek Jimenez as sports and recreation manager for $14 an hour in basketball, flag football and tackle football, and Nick Raubach, Kamen Rosado, Andrew Allen and Sarah Knowles as lifeguard instructors for $14 an hour.
Salaries of those earning above the new scale will not be reduced, but will be frozen until it equals the pay corresponding to a person's grade and job classification.
In 2007, the Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau, a government entity that oversees job classifications in California, undertook a study to determine if there were classification errors among 219 large companies.
After the survey was initiated, it was learned that environmental health job classifications in Jefferson (PHA 4) and Mobile (PHA 11) counties were different from those used by the ADPH.
Chandler, D-Worcester, and passed unanimously by the Senate, would have the state review and update a system of job classifications, qualifications and job specifications that she said can keep women getting paid less than they should.
"If you only have one or two people to do payroll and they both get sick at the same time, you could be in major trouble." Cross-training is important and it's especially critical to consult with unions in cases where job classifications may require shifting staff to different positions.
132) Likewise, the author reveals that while business leaders complained about a labor shortage, this was actually the result of the racialization and gendering of job classifications.(p.
Given the size of PG&E's service area and the variety of job classifications (from office workers to field crew supervisors), the ELT communication approach had to be diverse, combining both push and pull electronic vehicles and face-to-face communication.
For starters, there are the numerous job classifications: staff or professional employment, full faculty status, various forms of tenure, continuing contract, and/or promotion through academic ranks.
For financial reporting purposes, a plan of involuntary termination is defined as a plan that (a) identifies, at a minimum, the number of employees to be terminated, the job classifications or functions that will be affected and their locations, and when the terminations are expected to occur and (b) establishes the terms of the termination benefits in sufficient detail to enable employees to determine the type and amount of benefits they will receive if they are involuntarily terminated.
One benefit of overhauling the rules was that job descriptions had to be reviewed, and many errors may have been found in job classifications and descriptions, notes Kaplan.