Job evaluation a systematic process of determining the size and complexity of a role and then ranking the role relative to all roles within the university to establish and maintain internal equity.
A job evaluation is based on information from a variety of sources, including: role profile, organizational structure, and organizational context.
At RRU, we use the Hay Group Guide Chart-Profile Method to evaluate exempt and excluded roles.
The job evaluation process
The job evaluation process can be initiated by a manager or supervisor or an employee, with support from their manager.
Follow the link below to learn more about the job evaluation process at Royal Roads.
About the Hay method
The Hay Method of job evaluation is a gender-neutral evaluation system that assesses jobs on skill, effort, and responsibility. It focuses on the nature and requirements of the job itself, rather than on the skills or qualifications of a particular incumbent.
Skills are categorized as:
- know-how skills — every ability or skill needed to do the job, including technical or specialized skills, managerial skills and human resources skills
- problem-solving skills — how someone identifies and resolves problems
- accountability skills — how much freedom the person in a position has to take action, how the job affects RRU and how it influences the university's success
All positions within an organization are ranked by the same criteria.