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how to evaluate requirements of a work role
Often requirements are written by someone who has not actually performed the job. It is a matter of reviewing the requirements and see if they are relevant to the work actually done. Additions may be needed as you gain experience. [ Job evaluation is a systematic process that you can use to determine the relative level, importance, complexity, and value of each job in your organization. With a
successful job evaluation system, you can compare each job to other jobs within your organization. It is best to perform job evaluation after work analysis. Job evaluation, in conjunction with work analysis, helps you develop a job description that is broad, descriptive, and flexible so that you can adapt the description to your organization's changing needs. ]
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