Bases of Remuneration Policy in Project-Oriented Organisation
The aim of this article is to answer the question about the usefulness of job evaluation in project-oriented organisations (POO). In connection with that, a set of questions useful for the process of selection of the evaluation subject (job position and competencies) has been developed. Upon the basis of the literature studies, characteristics of project team members which should be taken into account in the process of competencies evaluation have also been defined.
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