Fairness and transparency are essential in the context of pay and reward, especially in light of recent gender pay gap reporting. As demand for transparency is increasing, it is key that HR professionals fully understand job evaluation. This ensures that employees are compensated fairly for their work, so it is crucial that HR professionals have a robust process in play so that pay and reward are transparent and defensible within teams and across departments. Armstrong’s Job Evaluation Handbook: A Guide to Achieving Fairness and Transparency in Pay and Reward provides all the necessary tools for assessing which approach to job evaluation is the most suitable and how to implement and maintain this in the organization. Case studies from Microsoft, Vodafone, the NHS and more tackle questions including how can we decide what is fair to pay our staff? How can we make sure work of equal value receives equal pay? And how can we make sure that our salaries remain competitive in the market?
Armstrong’s Job Evaluation Handbook: A Guide to Achieving Fairness and Transparency in Pay and Reward provides thorough coverage of how to put effective job evaluation processes in place. This includes analytics matching and market pricing, developing job grades and defining pay structures. The latest trends and issues in job evaluation include the decline in points-rated systems and the use of levelling by consultants are also covered and underpinned by original research. No HR department can afford to be without this practical guide.