Job Evaluation & Salary Administration


CPE1 page 2016

The employment contract imposes on the employer the obligation to reward performance. Compensation schemes constitute a major component of the reward system. To be effective, an employee compensation scheme should achieve internal equity. Internal equity is achieved when jobs in the organization are objectively evaluated and classified into pay bands on the basis of their relative worth or value.
HR practitioners must acquire job evaluation capability to be able to design a job evaluation and classification system as the foundation for salary administration.

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Apply a 6-step model when planning to do job evaluation in their organizations.
  • Use the point system when evaluating and classifying jobs into pay groups.
  • Select suitable compensable job factors when preparing to do job evaluation.
  • Design job evaluation factor tables when preparing for job evaluation.
  • Develop post job evaluation policies after completing job evaluation projects in their organizations.
  • Design flexible salary structures when aligning salaries to job classes

Date: March 16-18, 2016
Venue: HR Centre, near Darko Farms, Nyaniba Estates, Accra

Course Fees:
Full Members: GH¢ 650;
Student Members: Gh ¢550
Corporate Members: GH¢700
Affiliate Member: GH¢600
Non Members: GH¢ 750

Mode of payment: Cheque payable to the Institute of Human Resource Management Practitioners, Ghana (IHRMP)
Payment must be done by March 14, 2016 to confirm participation.

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