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The job evaluation system is a tool used to systematically evaluate the demands that jobs place on employees.
The system is based on objective criteria used to compare jobs in accordance with the requirements of the jobs, regardless of the qualifications of those who perform them.
The goal of job evaluation is to ensure that employees receive fair wages based on as objective and impartial criteria as possible, and to ensure that jobs are ranked in terms of their basic pay in such a way that they are the same for jobs that are equally demanding, regardless of job title, union membership, or gender.
It is important to keep in mind that job evaluation assesses only the basic requirements of a job and not individual capabilities of employees. In other words, it evaluates the demands made on an employee in a particular job. It does not evaluate individual skills or abilities, even though these may have a direct or indirect impact on job performance.