The objective of the Job Evaluation Committee is to produce an equitable and objective evaluation of all positions presented to the Committee.
Duties & Responsibilities
The Committee is responsible for overseeing the job evaluation processes which is designed to provide but not limited to:
The Committee Members is appointed by the company for a duration of one (1) year.
The Committee Members consists of:
In fulfilling its responsibilities, the Committee will:
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The Committee will meet on a quarterly basis as communicated with reasonable prior notice by the Committee Secretary. Additional meetings will be decided by the Committee Chairman deemed necessary to fulfill their role or as circumstances dictate.
Any Committee Member may require business to be included in the agenda, provided the Committee Secretary has been given reasonable prior notice of that business.
The Committee Members will use its best endeavors to reach a unanimous decision on all job evaluation matters it considers. If a unanimous decision is not achieved, the matter will be decided by a majority of the voting of the members present.
The right to vote (1 vote per committee member) shall be exercised by each committee members and will be counted & documented by the Committee Secretary. The vote will be taken by “raising the right hand” for a job evaluated result.
If there are equal numbers of votes for and against, the Chairman will have a second or casting vote. There will be no restriction on how the Chairman chooses to exercise a casting vote.
Agenda & Minutes of Metting
Committee agendas for meetings will be set by the Committee Secretary in conjunction with the Chairman.
Minutes of meetings of the Committee shall be prepared by the Committee Secretary, approved by the Committee Chairman and circulated to all members of the Committee within seven (7) business days from the meeting. The minutes of meetings will be retained in hard copy or soft copy by the Committee Secretary
The Committee Chairman will review the Committee’s Charter at least annually, make amendments as and when required and publish to the Committee Members.
The Committee shall perform an annual self-assessment of its performance to determine whether it is functioning effectively and meeting the requirements of its Charter.
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