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Process / elements of creating a competetive salary structure.
From Kuwait, Kuwait

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Hi Feriad ,
I ve joined citehr today itself and was in a big problem.:icon5:
I ve joined an organization as a HR generalist with the basic functions of admin and pay structuring. Didnt have any prior idea on payscale structuring but your article will definetely prove a great help!!!!!

From India, New Delhi
The document details the technical design of salary scale structuring. The important thing to keep in mind is that in order to design a practical salary structure, reflecting the market value for various jobs, you need to have a solid Job Evaluation System as well as Market pricing for benchmark jobs. All the best in desigining the payscale.
From Kuwait, Kuwait
:-D:cool: Thanx Feriad.been looking for the same info, for some x.Tremendous help in understanding how it’s structured.

million’s thanks to you i got what i am looking for so long all b’coz of u once again thank you for poviding me knowledge:icon1::icon1::icon1:

Can anyone help me out with creation new HR policies for my organization?? Please send me a sample if possible!!!
From India, New Delhi
Dear Feriad, Your article was very useful, if you dont mind could you please share information on conducting job analysis & job evaluation. It would be really very helpful for me. Regards, Jessie J
From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Hi Iam new to group learning HR mainly from this grouo only....Can any one please explain the bifurcation of this payslip...please
From India, Jabalpur

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