Competence related pay
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What is CRP
involve paying staff wholly or partly in relation to level of competence they demonstrate in carrying out their roles.
why ? employers seek to encourage flexibility, multi-skilling and continuous development
What different btw har and soft?
- Hard:= work bake competences (should be albe to do)
- Soft = Behaviour (characteristics ppl need to demonstrate in their work., team work, strategic thinking, leadership
Armstrong (2000) and three key aspect of competency
- 1. Input (knowledge, skill, personal attribute)
- 2. Process (behaviour require to convert the input in to output)
- 3. Out put ( referring to the out come achieve)
Advantages of CRP
- 1. Encourage competence development
- 2. Fits de-;auered organisation by facilitating lateral career moves
- 3. Helps to intergrate role and organisational core competencies
- 4. form part of an intergrated,, competencies -based approach to ppl management
- 5. Deliver message that competences is important
Disadvantages of CPC
- 1. Relies on appropriate, relevent and agreed competence profiles
- 2. Assessment of competence level may be difficult
- 3. Might pay for irrelevant competencies
- 4. Link to pay may be arbitrary ( chuyên quyền?)
- 5. Cost may escalate if inappropriate or unused competencies are rewarded.
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