Job Classification

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Job Classification: A method of evaluation used for job comparisons, which groups jobs into a prearranged number of grades, each having a class description and a specified pay range.

Other Words for Job

Job Noun Synonyms: task, undertaking, procedure, proceeding, affair, operation, project, activity, business, matter, chore
Job Noun Plural Synonyms: assignment, responsibility, concern, chore, task, undertaking, function, duty, role, mission, province, contribution, charge
Job Verb Synonyms: work, employment, position, berth, livelihood, career, occupation, calling, vocation, appointment, pursuit, field, trade, craft, profession, m‚tier, area
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Job Sampling

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Job Sampling: During the selection process, the term refers to the practice of observing and measuring how an applicant actually performs certain selected job tasks. MORE

Job Satisfaction

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Job Satisfaction: Used to define how an employee feels regarding their job, work environment, pay, benefits, etc. MORE

Job Shadowing

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Job Shadowing: A temporary, unpaid work experience opportunity where students learn about a particular job (typically in a field of interest) by walking through the work day as a shadow to an employee. MORE

Job Rotation

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Job Rotation: The practice of transferring employees for temporary periods of time between varying jobs within an organization. Often used as a training and development method. MORE

Job Reference Immunity Statutes

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Job Reference Immunity Statutes: Laws enacted in several states meant to provide employers with protection from liability when disclosing information regarding current or former employees. Typically for an employer to be immune from MORE

Job Pricing

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Job Pricing: The process of determining pay rates for jobs within the organization by analyzing industry or regional salary survey data in order to establish appropriate job pay rates. MORE

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