Wage value assessment

Within every job, a certain level of performance is expected. But what if an employee no longer meets this expectation, looking at his "healthy equal"? Is it then possible to determine the wage value? Or is it possible to adjust the wage on the performance achieved? The answer is yes!

Purpose of a Wage value assessment

The purpose of a Wage value assessment is to get a real picture of an employee's performance compared to his "healthy equal" and assign a real wage value based on this performance. During the examination, the Occupational Assessor answers several questions:

  • What qualities and limitations of the employee affect his work performance?
  • What main tasks does the employee perform and to what extent?
  • How does the employee perform on the aspects of pace, quality and employability?
  • Is there a norm function?
  • What are the requirements in the norm function in the aspects of pace, quality and employability?
  • What is the labor performance and what wage is appropriate for it?

How does a Wage value assessment work?

Task-function analysis

During the Wage value assessment , the Occupational Assessor makes a task-function analysis based on a so-called norm function or norm task. This means that a norm is established for each task. This involves looking at what the values are for tempo* (T), quality* (K) and employability* (I). The Occupational Assessor examines how the employee's performance compares to the performance of his "healthy peer." The Occupational Assessor does this by multiplying the performance on a task (T*K*I) by the time spent on it (U). In this way, the partial performance is calculated that indicates the extent to which a task contributes to the wage value.

The steps of a Wage value assessment

The Occupational Assessor has consecutive consecutive:

  • an interview with the employer, ± 60 minutes (including workplace visit)
  • an interview with the employee, ± 60 minutes
  • a joint discussion, 10-60 minutes (optional)
  • draft report is prepared by the Occupational Assessor
  • changes are incorporated into the draft report
  • revised draft report is again mailed to employee and employer.
  • Final report is mailed to employer and employee.

The interviews take place at the employer's location. After these interviews, the Occupational Assessor will incorporate his or her findings into a report.

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