‘Job Leveling’ Helps to Grade a Position’s Value:  Inaccurately evaluated jobs lead to pay dissatisfaction and wasted payroll dollars

‘Job Leveling’ Helps to Grade a Position’s Value: Inaccurately evaluated jobs lead to pay dissatisfaction and wasted payroll dollars

Job leveling is a systemic method of objectively and accurately assigning value to individual positions within an organization. It is a process that defines and evaluates the knowledge and skills that are necessary to perform the job and establishes the job's duties, responsibilities, tasks and level of authority within the organization's job hierarchy

Job leveling (or job classification or grading) is one of the most persistent and stubborn problems in many organizations.

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