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Classification (Or Grading) Method Classes

Classification (Or Grading) Method Classes is a method for categorizing jobs into groups. Dividing jobs into classes based on a set of rules for each class, such as amount of independent judgment, skill, physical effort, and so forth, required for each class of jobs. Classes usually contain similar jobs--such as all secretaries.

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