compensable job factor

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In job evaluation, any of a range of factors that are held to determine the value of a job to the organization and hence the level of remuneration paid to the job holder. These factors usually include the skills, training, and experience required to perform the job adequately and its behavioural demands in terms of effort, responsibility, and decision making. See factor-comparison method; point method.

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