What does a Compensation, Benefit, and Job Analysi Specialist do?
Conduct programs of compensation and benefits and job analysis for employer. May specialize in specific areas, such as position classification and pension programs.
- Evaluate job positions, determining classification, exempt or non-exempt status, and salary.
- Ensure company compliance with federal and state laws, including reporting requirements.
- Advise managers and employees on state and federal employment regulations, collective agreements, benefit and compensation policies, personnel procedures and classification programs.
- Plan, develop, evaluate, improve, and communicate methods and techniques for selecting, promoting, compensating, evaluating, and training workers.
- Provide advice on the resolution of classification and salary complaints.
- Prepare occupational classifications, job descriptions and salary scales.
- Assist in preparing and maintaining personnel records and handbooks.
- Prepare reports, such as organization and flow charts, and career path reports, to summarize job analysis and evaluation and compensation analysis information.
- Administer employee insurance, pension and savings plans, working with insurance brokers and plan carriers.
- Negotiate collective agreements on behalf of employers or workers, and mediate labor disputes and grievances.
- Develop, implement, administer and evaluate personnel and labor relations programs, including performance appraisal, affirmative action and employment equity programs.
- Perform multifactor data and cost analyses that may be used in areas such as support of collective bargaining agreements.
- Research employee benefit and health and safety practices and recommend changes or modifications to existing policies.
- Analyze organizational, occupational, and industrial data to facilitate organizational functions and provide technical information to business, industry, and government.
- Advise staff of individuals' qualifications.
- Assess need for and develop job analysis instruments and materials.
- Review occupational data on Alien Employment Certification Applications to determine the appropriate occupational title and code, and provide local offices with information about immigration and occupations.
- Research job and worker requirements, structural and functional relationships among jobs and occupations, and occupational trends.
- Plan and develop curricula and materials for training programs and conduct training.
- Observe, interview, and survey employees and conduct focus group meetings to collect job, organizational, and occupational information.
- Consult with or serve as a technical liaison between business, industry, government, and union officials.
- Prepare research results for publication in form of journals, books, manuals, and film.
- Work with the Department of Labor and promote its use with employers.
- Speak at conferences and events to promote apprenticeships and related training programs.