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Job Evaluation Training Presentation Grading Guide 1
HRM/300 Version 7
Team Job Evaluation Training Presentation Grading Guide
HRM/300 Version 7
Fundamentals of Human Resource Management
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Job Evaluation Training Presentation Grading Guide 2
HRM/300 Version 7
Course ID: HRM/300 r7
Course Title: Fundamentals of Human Resource Management
Assignment Title: Week 5 Job Evaluation Training Presentation (Team)
Total Number of Points: 10
Resource: Framework for Human Resource Management, Ch. 6 & 7
Your company is getting ready to conduct a complete overhaul of the compensation system for your organization. Your team has been
selected to conduct training on job evaluation to HR professionals within the department. Your goal is to help your HR peers to understand
job evaluation before your company embarks on the immense task of redesigning the compensation structure.
Choose a company name to complete this assignment.
Create a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® or Microsoft® Sway® presentation that your team will use to train HR professionals about
job evaluation principles and best practices.
Include the following in your presentation:
• Define job evaluation
• Outline the process of job evaluation
• Describe the procedures/guidelines when conducting a job evaluation
• Describe the benefits of job evaluation
• Describe the 4 methods of job evaluation along with the advantages and disadvantage of each method
• Consider using visual aids and graphics to enhance your presentation.
• Include clear and specific presenter’s notes.
Use the APA Checklist under the Course Materials Forum to ensure compliance with APA guidelines.
Click on the Assignment Files tab to submit your paper.
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Dimensions or
Assignment Criteria
Does Not Meet
Expectations
Approaches
Expectations
[Type in criterion title
or summary phrase]
(1.00)
(2.00)
25%
50%
Weight: [indicate
weight of rubric line out
of 100%)
Content:
Decision-making
process
The company name is
missing and/or
inaccurate.
The company name is
minimal and vague.
Meets Expectations
Exceeds Expectations
(3.00)
(4.00)
75%
100%
The company name is
relevant and complete.
The company name is unique
and original.
Did not define and
Minimally defined and
outline the process of job outline the process of
evaluation.
job evaluation.
Appropriately defined and
outline the process of job
evaluation.
Thoroughly defined and
outline the process of job
evaluation.
The description of the
procedures and
guidelines to follow
when conducting a job
evaluation is incomplete.
The description of the
procedures and guidelines
to follow when conducting a
job evaluation is adequate.
The description of the
procedures and guidelines to
follow when conducting a job
evaluation is detailed and
thorough.
Weight:
Points Possible: 1
Content:
Define and outline
the process of job
evaluation.
Weight:
Points Possible: 1
Content:
Conducting job
evaluation
Weight:
Points Possible: 2
The description of the
procedures and
guidelines to follow
when conducting a job
evaluation is minimal.
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Content:
Benefits of job
evaluation
Weight: 13%
Points Possible: 2
Content:
Explore job
evaluation methods
Weight: 13%
Points Possible: 2
Content:
Executive
presentation
Weight: 13%
Points Possible: 1
Inaccurately described
the benefits of job
evaluation.
Somewhat described
the benefits of job
evaluation.
Appropriately described the Thoroughly described the
benefits of job evaluation.
benefits of job evaluation.
Did not describe the 4
methods of job
evaluation and did not
explain the advantages/
disadvantages of each
method.
Minimally described
the 4 methods of job
evaluation and
minimally explained
the advantages/
disadvantages of each
method.
Appropriately described the
4 methods of job evaluation
and appropriately explained
the advantages/
disadvantages of each
method.
Thoroughly described the 4
methods of job evaluation and
thoroughly explained the
advantages/
disadvantages of each method.
The presentation was
incomplete, slide count
was not met and speaker
notes were not complete.
Visual aids and/or
graphics not included.
The presentation was
basic. Speaker notes
were minimal and
sparse. Some visual
aids and/or graphics
included.
The presentation was
appropriate and complete.
Speaker notes were
adequate. Minimum slide
count requirement met.
Visual aids and/or graphics
included on every slide.
The presentation was
substantial and in-depth.
Speaker notes provided
substantive follow-up.
Minimum slide count
requirement met. Unique and
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creative visual aids and/or
graphics on every slide.
Mechanics:
The presentation is
organized in a
logical and coherent
manner. Transitions
are used to
improved flow.
The author uses
correct grammar
and spelling.
Weight:
Points Possible: 1
Total Score:
Total %: 100%
Total points: 10
Presentation is
organized in a logical or
coherent manner but not
both.
Multiple errors in
grammar and spelling.
Presentation is
generally organized in
a logical and coherent
manner; transitions,
however, are
awkward.
Several errors in
grammar and spelling.
Comments:
Presentation is generally
organized in a logical and
coherent manner;
transitions for the most part
are smooth.
Presentation is fully organized
in a logical and coherent
manner; transitions are
smooth and flow seamlessly
from one point to the next.
Few errors in grammar and
spelling.
No errors in grammar and
spelling.
Total Rewards Plan Worksheet
HRM/300 Version 7
University of Phoenix Material
Total Rewards Plan Worksheet
Instructions: There are 10 positions that have become vacant due to the retirement of the University President. Your task is to recommend a
salary range to post, list the benefits that will be provided for these positions, and include a list of perks that may be associated with these
positions.
Complete the following table in a total of 525 to 700 words:
Position at the University
Recommend a target salary
range for posting?
What kinds of benefits are
these positions eligible for?
University President
Special Assistant to the
President
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Will these positions have
perks associated with it?
(Describe)
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University IT Director
Department Finance Manager
Department HR Manager
HVAC Mechanic
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2
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Systems Administrator
Payroll Analyst
Administrative Assistant
Office Assistant
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3
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Explain in a total of 350 words how you determined the appropriate salary, benefits, and perks for each of these new roles.
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