Comp Quick Guide: Using a job architecture to navigate workforce challenges
In the past, the creation of a job architecture was often driven by the implementation of an HRIS or human capital management system. Organizations needed a structure that support uploading data into their HR tech. Now more organizations are using job architecture as the foundation that enables them to review and adopt HR strategies that meet today’s compensation challenges.
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In this guide, learn how even the most basic job architecture sets the foundation for pay strategies, the pricing of jobs, salary decisions, and equitable pay practices. It’s the framework that allows HR leaders make agile decisions as they compare jobs across functions, families, and levels.