- Consistent, fair and credible pay criteria
- Criteria and tools for pay discussions and recruitment situations
- Support for determining development and career paths
- Up-to-date information to support your company’s pay decisions
- Internal consistency
- External competitiveness
In a successful remuneration scheme, euros are targeted to where they most increase the company’s success. For the employee, the most important aspect is fair pay.
Payroll costs are a major expense item influencing a company’s profits.
The fundamentals of an effective remuneration scheme have been considered carefully in order for the scheme to be fair for the employees.
The employer should plan the scheme such that work performance is taken into account as much as possible.
Services for developing remuneration
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Palkkavaaka® – a pay scale system for categorising the demands of jobs and for comparing pay
The Palkkavaaka pay scale system is a tool for categorising the demands of jobs and for comparing the salaries that are paid for them within and outside the organisation. The system was developed in Finland and takes the special characteristics of Finnish working life into account. It is currently being used extensively in both private and public-sector organisations.
BENEFITS OF THE PALKKAVAAKA PAY SCALE SYSTEM:
ASSESSMENT OF JOB DEMANDS AS THE BASIS FOR A PAY SCHEME
The Palkkavaaka pay scale system can be used to assess all jobs within the organisation, from shop-floor level to senior management. The system is also ideal for analysing and identifying the demands of specialist jobs.
The assessment of job demands is based on the expectations the organisation has set for the job and on written job descriptions. After assessing a job’s demands, job-demand categories are formed and the organisation’s pay structure is determined. The external competitiveness of the salaries is assessed using the Palkkavaaka market pay comparison.
JOB DEMANDS ARE ASSESSED BASED ON THE FOLLOWING:
- Competence and interaction
- Autonomy and application of knowledge
- Role and responsibility
Pay comparisons offer reliable market pay data for different-level jobs. The comparison includes, among other things, basic pay, benefits and paid performance bonuses.
The Palkkavaaka comparison is carried out annually. It provides excellent tools for planning your organisation’s pay policy.