Job Evaluation

CIM Bulletin1943
THE problem of compensation for labour is probably the oldest and most complicated one in history. The wage that a man receives is possibly the most concrete thing he gets out of his job and, rightly or wrongly, is generally considered by him to be the most important item in connection with his daily work. How to pay workers in an equitable way has been the study of industrialists for many years, and a great number of ideas have been tried out in an effort to arrive at a reasonable solution of the question.
Keywords: caver, general idea, IRWIN, Job Rating and Job Evaluation, whot, Demand, Evaluation, Evaluations, Information, Management, mining, Operation, Plants, Responsibility
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