• AsiaDHRRA taps NATCCO to help Farmers’ Co-op

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  • CDA now under DTI

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  • First Co-op Chess Tourney in History

    MAKATI CITY – More than 200 chess players battled wills over the Chess Board on Sunday, October 22, at the First Co-op Cup Chess Tournament held at the Alphaland Southgate Mall, with Max Dave Tellor of Adamson University taking the Read More
  • ACCU Founder Rekindles Raiffeisen Ideals

    Mr. Andrew So, one of the founders of the Association of Asian Confederation of Credit Unions gave this inspirational speech at the 2018 ACCU Forum in September in Manila.   Social Justice is a moral principle and a moral value. Read More
  • Co-op Month Celebrated Nationwide!

    Cooperators all over the country celebrated the Cooperative Month this October, culminating in the National Cooperative Day on October 20.   According to the Co-operative Month Secretariat that collates nationwide data and monitors social media posts under the hashtag “#1coopnation”, Read More
  • Co-op Resiliency & Sustainable Development

    COOP-NATCCO Rep. Anthony Bravo delivered the following Privilege Speech in Congress last  October 8.   Mr. Speaker, honorable colleagues, I rise today as we again honor our cooperatives across the country for being resilient amidst the growing inflation and other Read More
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    MANILA – President Rodrigo Duterte met with 250 co-op leaders on October 17 in the Malacanang Palace, to hear co-op issues and concerns, and hear proposals on how co-ops and Government can work together to accelerate nation-building.   This is Read More
  • First Movers Ink Contractual Solidarity

    CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The NATCCO Network has moved closer to its Vision of becoming an integrated federation of co-ops as eight leaders signed the Contractual Solidarity Agreement.  The simple ceremony is  considered to be the highlight of the Read More
  • Let's Get Digital!

    USAID’s Mamerto Tangonan gave a talk entitled The National Retail Payment System & the Digital Finance Landscape in the Philippines, delivered at the NATCCO Co-op Leaders Congress in Limketkai Luxe Hotel in Cagayan de Oro City for all co-ops to Read More
  • First Co-op Cup Chess Tournament October 21

    Excellent Peoples' MPC and NATCCO Network recently signed an Agreement to hold the first chess tournament for co-ops.   In the spirit of Cooperative Solidarity, the First Co-op Chess Cup Tournament for co-operators is scheduled for October 21 with theme Read More
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Handbook on Job Analysis and Evaluation

Managing people is one of the most difficult and complex part of the operations of a co-op.  


That is why the NATCCO Network has released a new book entitled “Job Analysis and Evaluation Handbook” to provide a “strategic Human Resource Management Process.”  


The book is geared for the unique setting or structure of cooperatives.  


Author Mary Rose Gob, together with contributing writers Christopher Bernabe Baes and Rachellyn Salonga of the NATCCO Consultancy, draw from their years of co-op consultancy.  In the book, they attempt to simplify and remove the mystery of Human Resource Management – a difficult job for managers and supervisors of cooperatives.


In simple terms, the authors generalize that “as well-defined job gives clear direction.”  And that is the focus of the manual.
The Introduction states: “Job evaluation has an impact on the entire organization . . . A properly done job evaluation will enable managers to understand better what to expect from their team members as well as conduct better monitoring and evaluation of their performances.”


Going into greater detail, the Introduction adds: “Aligning compensation packages to the market value of the job, and providing accurate job specification that are constantly used as reference for recruitment . . . will make it easier to determine the right fit among candidates for a specific job.”


The Handbook is simply-worded throughout, and is a pocket reference for developing policies for job evaluation.
The authors attempt to eliminate confusion between job evaluation and performance evaluation.


Some chapters in the book include steps in conducting job analysis, why it is difficult to conduct Job Evaluation, determining salary through job evaluation, assigning jobs to salary grades, a point-system for objectively determining salary, samples job evaluation activity and sample job description.


To place orders, please call the NATCCO Consultancy Group at (02) 913-7011 to 15 local 260 or 220.

 

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