Monday, February 4, 2019

Job Analysis Part 1

Job Analysis is the process of examining a job in detail in order to identify its component tasks. The detail and approach may vary according to the purpose for which the job is being analyzed.
  • Job Descriptions & Classifications
  • Selection Procedures
    • Job Duties to be performed by candidates
    • Minimum Education Requirements
    • Interview Questions
    • Use of Selection Tests
  • Worker Mobility
    • Identification of skill levels to perform a particular task
    • Identification of skill levels present within existing workforce
    • Development of Task-Person Fit Model
  • Training & Development
    • Identification of skill levels
    • Measure the effectiveness of training interventions
    • Identify training methods to be employed
      •   Small Group
      •   On-the-Job Training
      •   Computer Based
  • Compensation
    • Skill Levels
    • Compensable Job Factors
    • Roles & Responsibilities
  • Performance Management
    • Identification of clear goals and objectives
    • Performance Metrics and Standards
    • Evaluation Criteria
  • Job Analysis Methodologies
  • Four Main Types of Job Analysis
  • Data Collected
Until next time...


Sheryl Tuchman, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

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