Comprehensible and transparent functional structures (grading) are based on a sound evaluation of positions and are a key anchor for almost all personnel management tools. A classification system created this way is the basis for systematic benchmarking and performance-based compensation models. Processes for compensation management and performance management systems can be seamlessly docked. Functional structures are the starting point for personnel development concepts, competence management models, and targeted succession planning. Fringe benefits are linked to these models.
Lurse’s consultants have vast expertise in the design and implementation of grading models, based on analytical methods as well as on summary models. Depending on your company’s particular requirements, specific criteria for the evaluation of positions can be integrated into these models. The scope of service includes the preparation of functional descriptions and the development of job family models as well as the support of the operational implementation process, also regarding codetermination.
For grading, Lurse can refer to its in-house “sumalytic job-grading method”, which combines the advantages of summary and analytical assessment methods and is used in numerous companies as the basis of Lurse’s compensation comparisons.