Out-of-Scope Classification Plan

Saskatchewan Health Care Employees Out-of-Scope Classification Plan

Initiated by SAHO and the Provincial Out-of-Scope Job Evaluation Committee, the out-of-scope classification plan is a result of the provincial out-of-scope job evaluation project, completed in 2006.

The compensation plan, also established in 2006, was revised after a market review completed in 2010.

The plan has all Saskatchewan out-of-scope health care employees in a consistent out-of-scope classification plan that will assist in addressing the compensation and compression issues these employees are facing today, in order to prepare for the future.

Position evaluation objectively and fairly determines the value of jobs within an organization. The Position Evaluation Committee has the task of continuing with a systematic study and analysis of jobs using the four gender-neutral criteria of skill, effort, responsibility, and working conditions.


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