Job Evaluation: A Guide to Achieving Equal Pay Hardcover – 3 Sep 2003
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"This is the first book on job evaluation which focuses on equal value issues, dealing not only with job evaluation techniques but also with the practical implications of using job evaluation to achieve equal pay and provide essential data for use in equal pay reviews. In the light of increasing awareness of the need to take action to remove gender pay inequalities and the considerable work recently carried out by the Equal Opportunities Commission on developing equal pay guidelines and procedures for conducting equal pay reviews this is a timely book. I commend it to practitioners and trade unionists, indeed anyone who wants to do something positive about unequal pay." Julie Mellor, Chair, Equal Opportunities Commission
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A Guide to Achieving Equal Pay
"This is the first book on job evaluation which focuses on equal value issues, dealing not only with job evaluation techniques but also with the practical implications of using job evaluation to achieve equal pay and
provide essential data for use in pay reviews."
Julie Mellor, Chair, Equal Opportunities Commission
Job Evaluation is a timely and practical book, which provides a guide to designing, introducing and managing job evaluation processes and the pay structures associated with them. This useful guide covers:
the basic features of job evaluation;
equal value considerations;
equal pay reviews;
planning and designing job evaluation schemes;
guidelines on the introduction and management of job evaluation.
Written by four leading experts in the field, this book makes extensive use of the practical experience of its authors, who collaborated for over two years on a major job evaluation scheme for the further education sector. This is the most authoritative and up-to-date text on the subject.
Michael Armstrong is an independent management consultant specializing in job evaluation and other reward management projects. He is Joint Managing Partner of e-Reward.uk.
Ann Cummins is a management consultant specializing in reward and performance management.
Sue Hastings works as a freelance specialist adviser on grading and pay structures and has particular interest in their equality aspects.
Willie Wood has over 30 years consulting experience in job evaluation and related issues, mainly with PA Consulting Group. Independent since 1994,
he now has associate relationships with Pilat (UK) Ltd and Michael Armstrong Associates. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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