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Job Evaluation will be done using the Hay Job Evaluation System. The Hay Job Evaluation Guide Charts, in conjunction with benchmark positions as set out in the Job Evaluation Manual, will be used for assessing the value of your position.

If you feel your position has been improperly evaluated:

  1. Discuss the evaluation with your supervisor or a representative of management who is knowledgeable in the job evaluation system. Upon request, you will be provided with a copy of the Job Description for your position, together with the point rating and the rationale supporting the point rating assigned.
  2. You may submit a job evaluation appeal. At the time you submit an appeal, you may provide any documentation demonstrating you were performing new or changed duties and demonstrating you raised concerns with your Employer.
    • This appeal will be referred to a Job Evaluation Appeal Board consisting of the Deputy Minister of Human Resources, the Deputy Head of your Department or their delegates, and a representative of the Employee. All members of the Job Evaluation Appeal Board must be trained on the use of the Job Evaluation System.
  3. If the Board reaches a unanimous decision, it is binding on the parties. If a unanimous decision is not reached, you may request that the Deputy Head refer the appeal to a Job Evaluation Review Board.
  4. The Job Evaluation Review Board shall consist of a representative of the Employer, a representative of the Employee, and an independent chairperson, all trained on the use of the Job Evaluation System.
  5. The decision of the Job Evaluation Review Board must be unanimous and is binding.
  6. You may withdraw your appeal at any time.