JOB ANALYSIS by lanreny

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1. What is job analysis Job analysis is the systematic method of jobs to identify work activities, tasks, and responsibilities, KSAs, working conditions to perform the job. 2. Purpose of job analysis Purposes of job analysis are to identify: • Job description & specification • Recruitment and Selection: • Job evaluation • Job design • Compensation: • Performance Appraisal: • Training: • Compliance with labor law 3. Job analysis process Process of job analysis includes 8 steps as follows: • Step 1: identify purpose of job analysis • Step 2: selecting the analysts • Step 3: selecting the appropriate method • Step 4: train the analysts • Step 5: preparation of job analysis • Step 6: collecting data • Step 7: review and verify data • Step 8: develop a job description and job specification 4. Job analysis methods • Methods of observation includes direct observation; work methods analysis, including time and motion study and micro-motion analysis; and the critical incident technique. • Interviews methods includes structured interviews; unstructured interviews; open-ended questionnaires • Methods of questionnaire include Position Analysis Questionnaire (PAQ); Functional

job analysis; Work Profiling System (WPS); MOSAIC; Common Metric Questionnaire (CMQ); Fleishman Job Analysis System (FJAS). • Task Analysis Inventory • Job element method • Diary method • Checklists and rating scales • Competency profiling • Examining Manuals/reference materials • Technical conference • Combination of methods etc Source:

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