The Effects of Market Survey Rates, Job Evaluation and Job Gender on Job Pay
Rynes, Sara L.; Weber, Caroline L.; Milkovich, George T.
The present study investigates the effects of current pay, market surveys, job evaluation points, job gender, and rater sex on pay rates for jobs. 400 compensation administrators assigned new pay rates to nine jobs in one of two matched job sets: either all predominantly female, or all predominantly male. The two sets were matched on all quantitative data (current rate, market rate, and job evaluation points), but varied in terms of job titles and descriptions. Multiple analyses of variance and regression analyses were performed to determine whether job gender had a significant effect on assigned pay rates, holding other factors constant. Regardless of the analysis employed, no evidence of gender bias was found. Limitations and suggestions for future research are offered.
CAHRS; ILR; center; human resource; job; worker; advanced; labor market; satisfaction; employee; work; manage; management; health care; flexible benefit; HRM; employ; model; industrial relations; labor market; job satisfaction; job performance; productivity; measurement; compensation; pay; voluntary turnover; salary; pay level; benefit; pay raise; job growth; managerial; employment growth; college degree