Job Evaluation Exercise
1. Evaluate the jobs and prepare a job structure based on its evaluation. Assign titles to each job, and show your structure and title and job letter. (This organization places a major emphasis on the important role of teams.)
2. Describe the process you went through to arrive at the job structure. You should also be prepared to discuss the job evaluation techniques and compensable factors used and the reasons for selecting them.
3. Evaluate the job descriptions. What parts of them were most useful? How could they be improved?
4. Questions: does the job evaluation method used appear to affect the results? Do the compensable factors chosen ...view middle of the document...
• Patient and enjoys working and mentoring people.
• Ability to perform physical requirements of the position.
• Ability to learn proper use of knives, slicer, baler (must be 18 years of age or older) and all other equipment used during food preparation and clean up.
• Ability to work well with others as a team
• Knowledge of all relevant organizational policies and standards.
• Understands and can communicate quality goals to customers.
Job B Store Receiver
Kind of Work
Assist and focus on customers during entire checkout process. Perform all cash register functions according to established procedures. Maintain a positive company image by providing courteous, friendly, and efficient customer service. Check out customer groceries efficiently and accurately. Pass entry-level code test. Maintain a professional demeanor at all times. Stock registers with supplies as needed. Follow proper check-receiving procedure. Clean, stock, and detail front-end area with special attention to own register. Change journal tapes and ribbon as needed. Walk produce department at the beginning of every shift to identify and learn new produce codes. Comply with all posted state health and safety codes.
• Excellent communications skills necessary for good customer and team relations.
• Ability to work well with others
• Ability to learn proper use of baler (must be 18 or older.)
• Desire to learn and grow.
• Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, with a sense of urgency.
• Understanding the importance of working as a team.
• Good math skills
Job C Prepared Foods Associate Manager
Kind of Work
Reports to store team leader and to associate store team leader. Provides overall management and supervision of the prepared foods department. Responsible for team member hiring, development, and terminations. Also responsible for profitability, expense control, buying/merchandising, regulatory compliance, and special projects as assigned. Complete accountability for all aspects of department operations. Consistently communicate and model the organization vision and goals. Interview, select, train, develop and counsel team members in a manner that builds and sustains a high-performing team and minimizes turnover. Make hiring and termination decisions with guidance of store team leader. Establish and maintain a positive work environment. Manage inventory to achieve targeted gross profit margin. Manage the ordering process to meet the organization’s quality standards. Maintain competitive pricing and achieve targeted sales. Establish and maintain positive and productive vendor relationships. Develop and maintain creative store layout and product merchandising in support of regional and national vision. Establish and maintain collaborative and productive working relationships. Model and cultivate effective inter-department and...