A fitting job structure

Issue

An effective HR policy requires a job structure that provides structure to the various roles and responsibilities in a consistent yet flexible manner. That job structure should always allow for organisational growth, structure adjustment, or the agile approach. Which job structure suits our organisation and our development?

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Our approach

Focus Orange takes the following steps when creating or adjusting a job structure:

  • Specifying the intended purposes of the new job grading and structure, based on the envisioned organisational and employee development, matching the organisational identity;
  • Identifying the desired connections between the job grading and structure, and the rewards policy and talent and performance management;
  • Present the choices to be made regarding the altered job grading methodology and job structure;
  • Designing a consultation and communication plan to ensure employee (delegation) involvement during the entire process of change;
  • Produce and instruct on the use of a tool which enables the organisation to easily and autonomously grade (new) jobs.

Result

The organisation has a solid, recognisable and flexible job structure with a corresponding job evaluation methodology that it can manage independently. This job structure has both generic as well as organisation-specific dimensions. The methodology is simple and does not make any concessions to quality and soundness.

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Our solutions

Our advice is target-oriented. Our solutions combine multiple areas of expertise. They are aimed at the strategic added-value of employment.