The Analysis of the Representativeness of Results Obtained after Applying the Method of Job Evaluation through Tasks
The results obtained by applying a new job evaluation method are reviewed in this paper. The research aims to highlight the extent to which job evaluation methodology through tasks ensures the obtaining of appropriate data. The study is applied in three fields – human resources, financial accounting and ointments production. I used two samples of professionals (holders of the positions evaluated) and laypersons from different companies. Analyses show that the methodology for assessing the tasks gets good results in the job evaluation.
Volume (Year): XVIII(2012) (2012)
Issue (Month): 3(568) (March)
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