Reward Essentials: Job Architecture - How job structure can support achieving your business goals?

March 10, 2021 Aon's Rewards

Reward Essentials are on-demand webinars that offers short, insightful presentations around selected reward topics that need to remain a focus for organisations. This series will be of interest to reward and wider HR professionals alike.


In this webinar Jackie Waller and Jonathan Pearl from Aon’s Reward Solutions considers Job Architecture:

How job structure can support achieving your business goals?

  • The environment for people, jobs and reward is changing fast - how do organisations set themselves up to compete?
  • A well-designed job architecture can support identification of future jobs, evaluation of skills and talent to fill those jobs, and design of fair and relevant reward programs to attract and retain the right employees.
  • Our learnings on creation of agile job architectures to future proof your business.

We can audit your job levels and create a consistent job library of every code and description that’s accessible and transferable - contact us to find out more.

About the Author

Aon's rewards practice, a segment of the firm’s human capital business, provides clients with a powerful mix of data, analytics and advice to help them make better and more equitable rewards decisions. This includes compensation and benefits benchmarking and the design of executive, employee and sales compensation plans. To learn more, visit rewards.aon.com

Visit Website More Content by Aon's Rewards
Previous Video
Reward Essentials: Pay Equity - What does a “typical” pay equity journey look like?
Reward Essentials: Pay Equity - What does a “typical” pay equity journey look like?

Reward Essentials are on-demand webinars that offers short, insightful presentations around selected reward...

NEXT FEATURE
Case Study: Using Total Rewards as a Competitive Differentiator in a Tight Job Market
Case Study: Using Total Rewards as a Competitive Differentiator in a Tight Job Market

Many companies are competing for talent with traditional technology companies. This case study focuses on h...