Jeans, Inc

You are a newly hired HR professional now workin” rel=”nofollow”>ing for Jeans, Inc. Jeans does not have a formal wage structure, rate ranges and does not use compensable factors. Wages are basically set on prevailin” rel=”nofollow”>ing wages in” rel=”nofollow”>in surroundin” rel=”nofollow”>ing communities coupled with some attempt for in” rel=”nofollow”>internal equity among workers.Jeans does not participate in” rel=”nofollow”>in formal pay surveys. Instead, the President’s Assistant routin” rel=”nofollow”>inely looks over onlin” rel=”nofollow”>ine job openin” rel=”nofollow”>ings and conducts in” rel=”nofollow”>informal surveys among her friends in” rel=”nofollow”>in local organizations. Jeans has always followed a policy of payin” rel=”nofollow”>ing employees about 10% above what the Assistant feels are the prevailin” rel=”nofollow”>ing rates. She thin” rel=”nofollow”>inks this reduces turnover and fosters employee loyalty. The practice is to pay men about 20% more than women for the same job. The Assistant explain” rel=”nofollow”>ins, “When we hire males, they have families, and they are stronger and can work harder for longer hours.”

Compare and contrast the followin” rel=”nofollow”>ing methods of job evaluation: rankin” rel=”nofollow”>ing, classification, factor comparison and poin” rel=”nofollow”>int method. Which method (if any) do you recommend for the Jeans company? Why? Is the Jeans company to a poin” rel=”nofollow”>int where it should set up a formal salary structure based on a complete job evaluation? Why? Is the policy of payin” rel=”nofollow”>ing 10% more than the prevailin” rel=”nofollow”>ing rates a sound one, and how could it be determin” rel=”nofollow”>ined? What would you do now with respect to a pay plan process at Jeans? Why?
.Select a country (NOT the United States, Canada, Mexico, or Chin” rel=”nofollow”>ina). Look up in” rel=”nofollow”>information about employee benefit practices in” rel=”nofollow”>in that country. Select specific employee benefits and compare and contrast them with similar benefits in” rel=”nofollow”>in the United States. Provide in” rel=”nofollow”>industry and/or employer examples (by name),

What country other than the United States, Mexico, Canada, or Chin” rel=”nofollow”>ina did you analyze? What specific benefit did you analyze? Describe it. How does the benefit work in” rel=”nofollow”>in the United States? How is the benefit in” rel=”nofollow”>in the country identified in” rel=”nofollow”>in #1 similar to the benefit in” rel=”nofollow”>in the United States? How is the benefit in” rel=”nofollow”>in the country identified in” rel=”nofollow”>in #1 different from the benefit in” rel=”nofollow”>in the United States?

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