Salary.com Releases Job Architect, a Powerful Job Description Management Tool
Salary.com, a leading SaaS provider of cloud-based compensation data, software, and analytics, released today Job Architect, a powerful job description management tool to keep job descriptions accurate and up-to-date — adding velocity to hiring the right people at the right pay. Job Architect can be used as a stand-alone product or as an integrated part of Salary.com’s leading CompAnalyst® platform.
Job descriptions are often created and stored in silos throughout an organization, creating challenges to hiring velocity and the overall strategy of talent management that often leads to the inaccurate pricing of jobs. Worse yet, over time, poor job descriptions make it difficult to retain valuable talent because compensation structures and skills sets are misaligned with the organization’s needs or expectations of employees.
“We’re seeing unprecedented upheaval in how companies are defining jobs and managing the work that people do,” said Kent Plunkett, founder and CEO of Salary.com. “Job Architect helps companies manage their job content library to get job descriptions right and optimize the performance of their people.”
Salary.com’s Job Architect helps HR and compensation professionals standardize a job architecture which is foundational to company performance, transparency, and employee engagement. Job Architect brings the power of a central command center for managing job descriptions and automating the process of market pricing jobs, This comprehensive solution streamlines workflows allowing for efficient review and approval cycles and enables collaboration among key company stakeholders from management, to hiring managers, talent acquisition and recruiters, all of whom have roles in achieving job architecture accuracy.
Because Job Architect is fully integrated with the CompAnalyst® platform organizations can make better pay decisions. Getting pay right with accurate job descriptions builds the foundation for career planning, pay transparency, and a high performing organization.