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    Which is the best way to classify employees based on experience and performance?

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    Re: Classifying employees

    It's hard to say what the best way is, but certainly involves professionals from the Human Resources area, as they are the ones most qualified to do it. If there is no other way, simply curricula analysis, but if we have specific software and other sources of data input (considering they are current employees), our analysis can go to a whole new level.

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    • #3
      Re: Classifying employees

      In our company there is no classification based on experience. Experience only matters when you appear for a job interview and it helps you bargain for a better pay and position. But when it comes to performance we have three levels like :

      OC - Outstanding Contributor. He/she has out box thinking. This employee gets the maximum rise in the salary and also recommended for promotion.
      SC - Significant Contributor. This ensures a good hike and may also recommend for promotion based on his current profile.
      C - Contributor. He/she meets only the basic things to do. Gets an average rise in salary and the HOD in his remarks shows the areas that need improvement.
      PC - Partial Contributor. Failed to meet his targets. No rise in salary and bonus. The employee is warned to show improvement in three months. Otherwise he may get fired based on HOD's recommendation.

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      • #4
        Re: Classifying employees

        That's a tricky question for me...

        It's complicated to rank employees because there are a lot of factors to be considered before making that decision and I think it's extremely wrong to make any decisions based solely on the knowledge or age of the employees.

        The knowledge alone doesn't guarantee great excellence, and the age also doesn't guarantee this. I believe the most correct way is to classify the functions, not the employees who work at it.

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        • #5
          Re: Classifying employees

          I think it's up to the business to determine how to classify workers. Whether you try to classify employees based on experience or performance, one thing that should always be considered is their respective training. In the technical aspects knowing the basis of the tasks a worker is assigned to matters as much as doing the actual work.

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          • #6
            Re: Classifying employees

            If you mean by classifying employees is the position in the company, HR has an evaluation process. First is the job of the present position. If the employee's performance is good then that's one point. Another score comes from the behavior and attitude that includes attendance, interpersonal relation with peers and superior. And there are other criteria depending on the position of the employee. In other words, the classification system is complex and confidential.

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            • #7
              Re: Classifying employees

              Honestly saying that there should be no classification in any offices.The company should always treat their employees equally.They should pay heed to their those employees who are not working properly.The companies should guide their employees in a right way.I think so that the system of classification is not good and comfortable for any employee.One may consider him superior to others if he is doing a good job.

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