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JOB EVALUATION AND JOB ROTATION:

JOB EVALUATION AND JOB ROTATION

GROUP MEMBERS:

GROUP MEMBERS NAMRATA AMBRE 05 MRUDULA PUTHRAN 45 POOJA SARODE 49 BHARAT SHETTY 74 PROF. P.M. RAO

INTRODUCTION TO JOB EVALUATION:

INTRODUCTION TO JOB EVALUATION In any organisation fixing proper wage structure is essential. Wages are fixed according to the importance and responsibility for each position. Job evaluation plays a vital role for this purpose. It is essential to do comparison to evaluate worth of each job compared to others, in an organisation.

AIM AND OBJECTIVE OF JOB EVALUATION:

AIM AND OBJECTIVE OF JOB EVALUATION Job evaluation is used to assess perfectly the importance of each job. Decides the weightages of the job. Decide the relative pay scale on the basis of points of weightages. Decide the placement and the departments to work.

METHODOLOGY:

METHODOLOGY There are different methods for the process of job evaluation they are as follows: RANKING. CLASSIFICATION. FACTOR COMPARISON. POINT METHOD.

RANKING:

RANKING ADVANTAGES: Simple procedure. Very Effective. DISADVANTAGES: Difficult to administer. Judgements are subjective. Weighting and paired comparison has limitations.

CLASSIFICATION:

CLASSIFICATION ADVANTAGES: Simple to operate. The grade/category structure exists independent of the jobs. DISADVANTAGES: Judgements are subjective. Built- in biases. Overlaps in the descriptions would leas to problems.

FACTOR COMPARISON:

FACTOR COMPARISON ADVANTAGES: Value of the job is expressed in monetary terms. Can be applied to a wide range of jobs. Can be applied to newly created jobs. DISADVANTAGES: Judgements are subjective. Built- in biases.

POINT METHOD:

POINT METHOD ADVANTAGES: Value of the job is expressed in monetary terms. Can be applied to a wide range of jobs. Can be applied to newly created jobs. DISADVANTAGES: Judgements are subjective. Built- in biases.

PROBLEMS IN JOB EVALUATION:

PROBLEMS IN JOB EVALUATION Need of flexibility. Each employee is expected to work as a proprietor. Have clear- cut guidelines.

INTRODUCTION TO JOB ROTATION:

INTRODUCTION TO JOB ROTATION Job rotation can be defined as lateral transfer of employees among a number of different positions and tasks within jobs where each requires different skills and responsibilities. Rotating job tasks helps worker understand the different steps that go into creating a product. Job rotation permits individuals to gain experience in various phases of the business and, thus, broaden their perspective.

BENEFITS OF JOB ROTATION:

BENEFITS OF JOB ROTATION Job rotation can benefit both employees and employers. Employees learn new skills. Great variety and wide range of tasks makes work more interesting. Job rotation boosts innovation. Promotes better understanding. Adapt to changing markets.

DISADVANTAGES OF JOB ROTATION:

DISADVANTAGES OF JOB ROTATION No new creative ideas. Employee creates his own rules. No exposure to other work areas.

THE STAFF DEVELOPMENT:

THE STAFF DEVELOPMENT Reduces the level of absenteeism in a company. Increases the level of expertise and motivation. Provides valuable work experience and training. Improves employment possibilities. Lifelong learning.

JOB EXPANSION:

JOB EXPANSION

THANK YOU…:

THANK YOU…