GPS - Global Professional System
GPS is a methodology designed to analyse and classify roles within an organization.
GPS offers human resource directors and companies an effective solution to design and implement
a professional profile management system that can be adjusted to the evolutive direction taken by the business organization.
It provides managers with a shared reference scenario which clearly identifies the relationships between role, performance and compensation and points out opportunities for professional and compensation growth to people.
COMMUNICATION AND SHARING: to enable sharing of corporate policies
PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT: to clarify role-related expectations and define the key performance management elements
REWARD MANAGEMENT: to formulate reward policies inspired by principles of internal equity and benchmarking against the market
COMPENSATION BENCHMARK: to enable benchmarking against the external market
CAREER PATHS: to point out and manage possible career paths
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: to clarify professional development drivers
CLARITY WITHIN THE ORGANIZATION: to create criteria for the analysis and interpretation of the organization and the various roles within it
MANAGERIAL APPROACH: to provide a management tool for human resource managers
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|It stems from consolidated experience in the critical and pondered application of the main classification methods||It is global and applicable to all national contexts and situations||It is a tool for the management and not only for experts|
|It is a framework supporting the joint governance of several HR processes, useful to deal with different HR issues, not just compensation||It is flexible, as it can interpret specific business situations and leverage the different professional profiles within the organization||It is comparable with the main existing classification methods|
|It is up-to-date, thanks to its modern view of organizations||It is intuitive and can be applied immediately||It is hinged on the largest Italian compensation database|