Out-of-Scope Classification Plan

Saskatchewan Health Care Employees Out-of-Scope Classification Plan

Initiated by SAHO and the Provincial Out-of-Scope Job Evaluation Committee, the out-of-scope classification plan is a result of the provincial out-of-scope job evaluation project, completed in 2006.

The compensation plan, also established in 2006, was revised after a market review completed in 2010.

The plan has all Saskatchewan out-of-scope health care employees in a consistent out-of-scope classification plan that will assist in addressing the compensation and compression issues these employees are facing today, in order to prepare for the future.

The Provincial Out-of-Scope Job Evaluation process utilizes the Hay System to objectively and fairly determine the value of jobs within an organization. The Provincial Out-of-Scope Job Evaluation Committee has the task of continuing with a systematic study and analysis of jobs using the four gender-neutral criteria of skill, effort, responsibility, and working conditions, which Hay Translates into knowledge, problem solving, accountability and working conditions.


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