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Hello everybody;
I'm making HR Policy regarding employee grading system (Employee level structure). I want to know how the companies adopt the different systems to grade their employees. My company is looking to build an employee grade system where the benefits, seniority and employee level is represented so everybody is treated equally according to the structure.
Anybody have any related draft copy of policy or excel format for grade system where we can benefit from, please share with me.
Suggestions for improvement are always welcome.

Thanks in Advance.

With Regards:
Amresh Anjan
HRD: HFO

From India, Gurgaon
Hey Amresh, Were you able to create a grading system for your Organization. If you have, do you think you could share the same. Thanks & Regards, Monica
From India, Gurgaon
Hope this is of some use to you..........
From India, Madras

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If you want adopt grading system in your Organization so first you need to do job evaluation of each position in your organization, which have data of task, competencies ( functional, Supervisory, Behaviour, Technical etc) , accoutability, responsibilities, etc. And creat poit sytem for each Data and summerise the total point for each job and strat Grading sytem.
Raj

From India
Hi!
My company, Emilla International Consulting Services, especializes in JE and in the design of grading and salary structures for companies world wide using the tool that is preferred by the client company.
Those who need help can simply email me and give me details of what they want done or implemented in their company. But please take note that my company charges fees on this acitivty.
Let me know if interested.
Best regards.

From Philippines, Parañaque
Pls give me suitable reference for handbook of salary structure and greading.
From Singapore
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