By C. S. Deverell (auth.)
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The remittance advice was prepared on a standard form which gave the reconciliation details. Once all the suppliers' statements had been reconciled, a list of all amounts to be paid (those in the ledger at the end of the previous month) was made on an add/list machine to ascertain the total payment due. No invoices were paid if they did not appear on a supplier's statement until after a check had been made to ensure that they had been posted to the correct account. Certain accounts were paid more promptly if discount was received for making earlier payment.
Physical demand. Mental or visual demand. Responsibility for equipment or process. Responsibility for material or product. Responsibility for safety of others. Responsibility for work of others. Working conditions. Unavoidable hazards. Factors are not all of equal importance. To arrive at a proper value for a job, the difference in relative importance of the various factors must be determined. Each factor is then subdivided into several degrees. Constructing a Point Rating System There are seven steps involved in this process: Step 1.
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