Assessment of Turkish HR Professionals on Determining the Importance of Factors in Point Factor as a Method of Job Evaluation


DOĞAN A., ÖNDER E., DEMİR R.

European Journal of Business and Management, vol.6, pp.1-15, 2014 (Peer-Reviewed Journal)

Abstract

Job evaluation is a procedure for assessing the relative jobs with a view to differentiating jobs to positions. In this study, it is aimed to redetermine the importance of main and sub factors used in point factor method which is one of job evaluation methods by human resource professionals located in different sectors based on the manifacturing sector. Accordingly, data received from 40 human resource professionals through survey method were analyzed by analytic hierarchy process. At the end of research, similar results to job evaluation scale generated and used by Turkish Metal Industry Employer’s Union (MESS) were achieved. However, it was found that education and basic knowledge” which was the most important sub factor in job evaluation scale developed by Turkish Metal Industry Employer’s Union was least important sub factor as result of study.

Keywords: job evaluation, point factor method, analytic hierarchy process, multi criteria decision making, Turkish HR professionals.