Training held on salary system and job place evaluationSociety
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ A three-day training themed “Evaluation of job places and method of fixing salary size” was organized last week in the Ministry of Labor under auspices of the International Labor Organization (ILO).
Aimed at creating the most proper mechanism of salary system and its regulation in entities and organizations, at establishing wage agreements in the mining and construction sectors, the training also gathered Yong Moo, a chief expert on labor relations at the Beijing-based bureau of the ILO; Nu Gwang Pyu, a director of South Korea’s Institute of Labor and Social Relations; and Li Jongsu, a researcher. They delivered reports on the salary system, its evaluation, the wage systems based on skills and job places, and methods of evaluating job places.
Among the participants were also economists in charge of salary affairs from the biggest companies of construction and mining industries, representatives of some Ministries, the Trade Unions of Mongolia, scholars and researchers.
The training attached an importance to making the salary system more proper, setting up standards of granting salary based on professional skills, reducing a gap between wage sizes, improving the evaluation process of job places, making it more realistic.