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Job Evaluation and Classification: A State of Practice in Canadian Organizations

The Conference Board of Canada, 18 pages, May 30, 2014
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This report summarizes the results of a Conference Board of Canada survey about the job evaluation and classification practices of organizations across the country.

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In 2013, the Conference Board surveyed organizations across Canada about their job evaluation and classification practices. This report summarizes the results of that survey. What drives organizations to conduct job evaluations? What methods do they use? And how is the information used? What do job evaluation and classification processes have to do with pay equity compliance? Learn how survey participants responded about the role of unions and job evaluation committees, as well as other issues such as the cost of reclassifications. Rounding out the report are case studies showcasing the experience of two organizations that successfully transformed their job evaluation systems.

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