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  • #1coopnation in October!

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  • LANDBANK Lauds Gawad PITAK Awardees

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  • Text Blasting is eKoopBanker’s latest feature

    The NATCCO Information Technology Group is pleased to introduce a newly-launched feature of the NATCCO Network’s eKoopBanker /Plus financial software: TEXT BLAST FACILITY! This is an automated messaging system that can send the following text messages to your members:  • Read More
  • Oro Integrated Reaches for Stars, Deepens Roots

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  • Kaya is the Way to Go!

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  • Co-operatives Should Tap the Millennials

    Millennial, Social Entrepreneur, and author,  John Xavier Francia tells participants at the recent 2018 Co-op Leaders’ Congress in Cagayan de Oro 1) who are the millennials, 2) what it takes to take them on board, and 3) how they can Read More
  • Weather Bureau Cooperative Celebrates 65th

    When the Philippine Weather Bureau was undergoing rehabilitation due to the devastation wrought by the World War II, a core of enterprising weathermen established the Weather Bureau Employees Association (WBEA). The aims were, a) to promote brotherhood and unity among Read More
  • Credit Union Apex Endorses Kaya Payment Platform

        Credit unions empower and improve communities. According to the ICA, the cooperative identity is “based on the values of self-help, self-responsibility, democracy, equality, equity and solidarity. In the tradition of their founders, co-operative members believe in the ethical 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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