The purpose of this survey is to establish in general the state of play on job evaluation in the UK today. Conducted in late 2006 and early 2007, the survey produced up-to-date and revealing information from senior reward and HR practitioners in 117 organisations – in both private and public sectors – on what is happening to job evaluation in the UK.
The e-reward 2007 survey, which is the largest research project in recent years in this field, examines all the main aspects of job evaluation to find out more about its relevance in today's organisations. It will provide you with invaluable decision-making information concerning:
the reasons for introducing job evaluation
the alternatives to job evaluation
how organisations introduce and operate job evaluation
the use of computer-assisted job evaluation
the factors included in analytical schemes and how they are weighted
how effective employers find job evaluation
what kinds of problems employers are experiencing and how these are being overcome
why job evaluation has had to change to meet changing business needs.