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07:34 Apr 10, 2007
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English to English translations [PRO] Bus/Financial - Business/Commerce (general)
English term or phrase:Rating: P
Job level: MAS
To be honest, I don't know what MAS or P stands for... Can't find it anywhere. TIA
So, Alexander, my management assessment scale isn't that far off, is it? :-)Actually, here at uni our job levels refer to scales too. These scales in their turn refer to function groups.
As for P, I have never heard of Perfect as a rating. Excellent, yes
the title is "Job History" and there are the following headings: Employment Data (hire date, service date, company seniority date), Job History (eff date, action, reason, supervisor ID, SCS, Phys Work Loc, job title, job level, rating, FTE, Ref.Hrs/Wrk Pd, month salary, annual salary)
Explanation: There are two options that come to mind:
1/ Either the job is related to an area of expertise, in some companies jobs related to Sales and Marketing can be grouped together (as they require related skills) - in this case it can be
Marketing - Advertising - Sales
2/ OR - and this is much more likely as "level" points to the skill/experience already achieved rather than an expertise area:
"M" stands for Management - and the job is at Management level - "AS" I would be guessing :-)
Rating "P" can be a lot of different things... For more details of both these terms you need to ask the client more questions...
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