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What is Internal Equity, and Why Do You Need it?  January 22, 2013 – 02:38 am
HUMAN RESOURCES JOB EVALUATION

The missing element in most FQHC compensation programs is the most important one — the system that ensures that equity exists in the compensation opportunities offered to people in the various jobs in the organization.  Its great to be competitive, but employees are in contact with other employees far more than they are with the labor market.  The reality is that people usually only find out their market value when they are upset with their current job and looking around.  Job evaluation is a tool to reduce the likelihood employees will ever need to look.

One of the reasons employees look around is a feeling that they are not being paid fairly compared to others within the organization — the obvious comparison is with employees in the same job, but for many, it’s a comparison to those who they feel are providing comparable value.  Whether it is a comparison of jobs held by two entry level professionals with completely different degrees, or three managers, or even the difference between a medical assistant and a dental assistant, everyone has a feeling about where their job is in the internal hierarchy of value, and if the compensation program doesn’t reflect that, there is a feeling that the system isn’t “fair.”

Another fairness issue related to equity is when differences in the nature of the job within the organization compared to the typical job out in the market.  Sometimes organizations will recognize that they need to pay more than “what the survey says, ” but how much?  The occasional expert will tell you “15%” because, well, years ago someone said “add 15%.” Even worse, what about the job that doesn’t even exist in the labor market?

Source: Merces FQHC Human Resources Consulting

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