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OCCUPATIONAL ASSESSOR SOFTWARE
The US DOL 2010 Regulatory Agenda proposes a record keeping change that, if adopted, will change HR and salary administration practices forever. All US employees will be non-exempt unless proven exempt. If this FLSA record-keeping change is adopted, employers will need to follow these steps to claim exemption from paying overtime:
The FLSA module in ERI's Occupational Assessor® & Survey (OA) Professional Edition allows one to perform this classification analysis, disclose and discuss that analysis, and retain it for WHD enforcement. Analyses reference PAQ's eDOT Skills Project data, with over a million job analyses and defensible rates of error for Part 541 bright-line job measures, making ERI analyses useable for Federal Court Daubert Challenges. These graphic standard deviation displays also greatly facilitate employee discussions.
While the Professional Edition analyzes jobs using US FLSA overtime rules, a free Job Search Edition can assist those who desire to reenter the workplace with "lessened capacities." For more in-depth usage, the Consultant Edition provides disability determination analyses.
Professional Edition Occupational Assessor (OA) provides US FLSA overtime exemption status estimations. Features include:
Example Screens for FLSA Testing:
Free Demo/Job Search Edition Occupational Assessor provides unique assistance to job seekers, particularly individuals unexpectedly unemployed, those returning from military service, or those with disabilities. This complimentary and easy-to-use software identifies, in today's terms, the skills, knowledge sets, and mental and physical capacities found in work in America. With a few clicks of a mouse, specific jobs, local employers staffing those jobs, job availability statistics, and online job postings within the commuting range of a job applicant become available.
Example Screens for a Job Search:
Consultant Edition Occupational Assessor (OA+) & Survey is for use by major disability carriers (some with over 50 subscriptions) and vocational experts (an official IARP committee now studying). Features include:
Example Screens for Disability Determination Assessments
ERI Salary Surveys for-profit US, Canada, and UK, companies and in the US, for nonprofits. Providing surveys conducted since 1967, ERI Salary Surveys furthers ERI's mission of providing reliable compensation data to companies both small and large (including the majority of the Fortune 500).
These $244.50 - $689 traditional salary surveys offer pure employer-provided survey input with data for both executive and non-managerial jobs.Special Offer to Assessor Subscribers: Participate in a salary survey and receive that survey for no charge.
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ERI Economic Research Institute is an Authorized User of selected Statistics Canada data under Agreement Number 6184. ERI's intellectual property rights include Patent Nos. 6,862,596 and 7,647,322, "System and method for retrieving and displaying data, such as economic data relating to salaries, cost of living and employee benefits." Other Internet-related applications are Patents Pending.