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Paterson Grading in IT Environment

nidek
Hello there. Does anyone know the Paterson Grades for IT Professionals such as systems administrators and managers?

Thanks for your help
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    Jesus_C

    than two grades below c

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    Toivo Talikka

    - n/a -

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    dawgit

    The grading system used for determining Disability in the field of Psychiatrie/Psychosomatik/ Psychotherapie/Neurologie/Neuropsychologie
    is that what you're talking about? No I don't (or didn't) think that we were quite that bad (or mad). -d

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    nidek

    is a grading system that is used to atach weight to your job description in relation to others in the same field as you.For example a IT Specialist that simply administers a Linux server only would be rated as a C2 where a IT specialist who administers a Linux server, windows servers and Unix servers would be rated as a C4. These are just examples. I do not know what the actual ratings is. That is why I ask. All I know is the the Paterson grading works in the way of Specialsts being C1 - C5 rated and Managers being D1 - D5 rated.Senior Managers E1 - E5 , etc. DOes anyone know more about this?

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    dawgit

    Time I've heard of it. I've not seen it used (at least here anyway) Who does use it then? -d

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    fieldhouse

    The patterson system is based on the level of decission making. It contains grades (A to F) and Bands (1-19) There are different systems to the patterson system namely Peromnes, Hay and Castellion. I dont have any knowledge of the others. If you have a look at Annexure2 of the Employment Equity Act which you will find at the following site
    http://www.labour.gov.za/forms/form_display.jsp?id=10259
    you will find a comaprison between the different systems as well as a semantic scale that can be of help

    Hope you succeed

    Fred

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    fieldhouse

    The patterson system is based on the level of decission making. It contains grades (A to F) and Bands (1-19) There are different systems to the patterson system namely Peromnes, Hay and Castellion. I dont have any knowledge of the others. If you have a look at Annexure2 of the Employment Equity Act which you will find at the following site
    http://www.labour.gov.za/forms/form_display.jsp?id=10259
    you will find a comaprison between the different systems as well as a semantic scale that can be of help

    Hope you succeed

    Fred

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    nidek

    **** Fred

    Thank you , this has helped to understand a bit more. My problem is that I am a IT Manager , but I have been graded a C5 on the Paterson system which I consider to be a It Specialist. I feel that I should be at least a D1. This document confirms my opinion.

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    dawgit

    The grading system used for determining Disability in the field of Psychiatrie/Psychosomatik/ Psychotherapie/Neurologie/Neuropsychologie
    is that what you're talking about? No I don't (or didn't) think that we were quite that bad (or mad). -d

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    fieldhouse

    The patterson system is based on the level of decission making. It contains grades (A to F) and Bands (1-19) There are different systems to the patterson system namely Peromnes, Hay and Castellion. I dont have any knowledge of the others. If you have a look at Annexure2 of the Employment Equity Act which you will find at the following site
    http://www.labour.gov.za/forms/form_display.jsp?id=10259
    you will find a comaprison between the different systems as well as a semantic scale that can be of help

    Hope you succeed

    Fred

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    fieldhouse

    The patterson system is based on the level of decission making. It contains grades (A to F) and Bands (1-19) There are different systems to the patterson system namely Peromnes, Hay and Castellion. I dont have any knowledge of the others. If you have a look at Annexure2 of the Employment Equity Act which you will find at the following site
    http://www.labour.gov.za/forms/form_display.jsp?id=10259
    you will find a comaprison between the different systems as well as a semantic scale that can be of help

    Hope you succeed

    Fred

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    Jesus_C

    than two grades below c

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    Toivo Talikka

    - n/a -

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    dawgit

    The grading system used for determining Disability in the field of Psychiatrie/Psychosomatik/ Psychotherapie/Neurologie/Neuropsychologie
    is that what you're talking about? No I don't (or didn't) think that we were quite that bad (or mad). -d

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    nidek

    is a grading system that is used to atach weight to your job description in relation to others in the same field as you.For example a IT Specialist that simply administers a Linux server only would be rated as a C2 where a IT specialist who administers a Linux server, windows servers and Unix servers would be rated as a C4. These are just examples. I do not know what the actual ratings is. That is why I ask. All I know is the the Paterson grading works in the way of Specialsts being C1 - C5 rated and Managers being D1 - D5 rated.Senior Managers E1 - E5 , etc. DOes anyone know more about this?

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    dawgit

    Time I've heard of it. I've not seen it used (at least here anyway) Who does use it then? -d

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    fieldhouse

    The patterson system is based on the level of decission making. It contains grades (A to F) and Bands (1-19) There are different systems to the patterson system namely Peromnes, Hay and Castellion. I dont have any knowledge of the others. If you have a look at Annexure2 of the Employment Equity Act which you will find at the following site
    http://www.labour.gov.za/forms/form_display.jsp?id=10259
    you will find a comaprison between the different systems as well as a semantic scale that can be of help

    Hope you succeed

    Fred

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    fieldhouse

    The patterson system is based on the level of decission making. It contains grades (A to F) and Bands (1-19) There are different systems to the patterson system namely Peromnes, Hay and Castellion. I dont have any knowledge of the others. If you have a look at Annexure2 of the Employment Equity Act which you will find at the following site
    http://www.labour.gov.za/forms/form_display.jsp?id=10259
    you will find a comaprison between the different systems as well as a semantic scale that can be of help

    Hope you succeed

    Fred

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    nidek

    **** Fred

    Thank you , this has helped to understand a bit more. My problem is that I am a IT Manager , but I have been graded a C5 on the Paterson system which I consider to be a It Specialist. I feel that I should be at least a D1. This document confirms my opinion.

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    dawgit

    The grading system used for determining Disability in the field of Psychiatrie/Psychosomatik/ Psychotherapie/Neurologie/Neuropsychologie
    is that what you're talking about? No I don't (or didn't) think that we were quite that bad (or mad). -d

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    fieldhouse

    The patterson system is based on the level of decission making. It contains grades (A to F) and Bands (1-19) There are different systems to the patterson system namely Peromnes, Hay and Castellion. I dont have any knowledge of the others. If you have a look at Annexure2 of the Employment Equity Act which you will find at the following site
    http://www.labour.gov.za/forms/form_display.jsp?id=10259
    you will find a comaprison between the different systems as well as a semantic scale that can be of help

    Hope you succeed

    Fred

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    fieldhouse

    The patterson system is based on the level of decission making. It contains grades (A to F) and Bands (1-19) There are different systems to the patterson system namely Peromnes, Hay and Castellion. I dont have any knowledge of the others. If you have a look at Annexure2 of the Employment Equity Act which you will find at the following site
    http://www.labour.gov.za/forms/form_display.jsp?id=10259
    you will find a comaprison between the different systems as well as a semantic scale that can be of help

    Hope you succeed

    Fred