Narrow Graded structure
Compensation Management
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Narrow Graded structure
• A conventional narrow
graded pay structure
consists of a sequence of job
grades into which jobs ...
Narrow Graded structure
• Jobs are allocated to grades
on the basis of an
assessment of their relative
internal value. Gra...
Narrow Graded structure
• Alternatively, they may be
defined verbally if a job
classification system is used
or by referen...
Narrow Graded structure
• A pay range is attached to
each grade. It indicates the
minimum and maximum
rates payable for an...
Narrow Graded structure
• Narrow graded pay
structures are based on the
belief that individuals should
progress through ra...
Narrow Graded structure
• The advantages of narrow
graded structures are that
they clearly indicate pay
relativities, prov...
A Narrow Multi Graded structure
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Narrow graded structure - compensation management - Manu Melwin Joy

A conventional narrow graded pay structure consists of a sequence of job grades into which jobs of broadly equivalent value are slotted. A pay range is attached to each grade.
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  • 1. Narrow Graded structure Compensation Management
  • 2. Prepared By Kindly restrict the use of slides for personal purpose. Please seek permission to reproduce the same in public forms and presentations. Manu Melwin Joy Assistant Professor Ilahia School of Management Studies Kerala, India. Phone – 9744551114 Mail – manu_melwinjoy@yahoo.com
  • 3. Narrow Graded structure • A conventional narrow graded pay structure consists of a sequence of job grades into which jobs of broadly equivalent value are slotted. A pay range is attached to each grade.
  • 4. Narrow Graded structure • Jobs are allocated to grades on the basis of an assessment of their relative internal value. Grades may be defined in terms of a points bracket, if a point factor job evaluation scheme is used.
  • 5. Narrow Graded structure • Alternatively, they may be defined verbally if a job classification system is used or by reference to the benchmark jobs slotted into the grade.
  • 6. Narrow Graded structure • A pay range is attached to each grade. It indicates the minimum and maximum rates payable for any job in the grade and the scope for the pay of job holders to progress while they are in that grade.
  • 7. Narrow Graded structure • Narrow graded pay structures are based on the belief that individuals should progress through ranges by reference to their performance, skill, competence or time in the job.
  • 8. Narrow Graded structure • The advantages of narrow graded structures are that they clearly indicate pay relativities, provide a framework for managing relativities and for ensuring that jobs of equal value are paid equally, allow better control over the fixing of rates of pay and pay progression and are easy to explain to employees.
  • 9. A Narrow Multi Graded structure