Chapter 3
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 20

Chapter #3 PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 94 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

Chapter #3. Job Analysis. Job Analysis. Determining the procedures and responsibilities and requirements of a job. Job description-List of duties Job specifications – List of human requirements. Uses of job analysis. Recruitment and selection Compensation Performance appraisals

Download Presentation

Chapter #3

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Chapter 3

Chapter #3

Job Analysis


Job analysis

Job Analysis

  • Determining the procedures and responsibilities and requirements of a job.

  • Job description-List of duties

  • Job specifications – List of human requirements


Uses of job analysis

Uses of job analysis

  • Recruitment and selection

  • Compensation

  • Performance appraisals

  • Training

  • also helps to pinpoint

  • Unassigned duties

  • Dually assigned duties


Steps in job analysis

Steps in Job analysis

  • Determine which approach to use.

  • Review org charts (process mapping)

  • Which jobs should we look at?

  • Collect data

  • Review info with job incumbents

  • Develop job descriptions and specs


Use o net

Use O’net

  • http://online.onet center.org

  • Type in the occupational title

  • You will need to do this for you project

  • On your present job.


Methods of collecting job analysis information

Methods of collecting job analysis information

  • Questionnaires

  • Interview

  • Observations

  • Diary/Logs

  • Position analysis questionnaire PAQ

  • DOL procedure

  • Functional job analysis

  • Don’t use just one method


Writing the job description

Writing the job description

  • Job identification

  • Job summary

  • Responsibilities and duties.

  • Standards of Performance

  • Working conditions

  • Use dictionary of Occupational Titles

    • Job Description.com


Writing job descriptions

Writing job descriptions

  • Trained vs. untrained personnel

  • Specifications based on judgment use O*net.

  • Look at research insight


What is a job

What is a job?

  • a set of closely related activities carried out for pay.

    • Job enlargement

    • Job rotation

    • Job enrichment

    • Work teams

    • Boundaryless organizations

    • Reengineering

    • Job descriptions and the law


Job analysis provides information used for writing a

Job analysis provides information used for writing a

  • a. Organizational chart

  • B. Job description

  • C. HR policy


A is a list of a job s human requirements for a position

A____ is a list of a job’s human requirements for a position

  • A. Job specification

  • B. Job analysis

  • C. Job description


The provides a detailed picture of the work flow in an organization

The ____ provides a detailed picture of the work flow in an organization.

  • A. Process chart

  • B. Organizational chart

  • C. Job analysis


Job analyses perform an important role in an employer s attempt to comply with

Job analyses perform an important role in an employer’s attempt to comply with

  • A. OSHA

  • B. OFCP

  • C. EEO law


The following questions should be included in a job analysis questionnaire except

The following questions should be included in a job analysis questionnaire except

  • A. Summary of duties

  • B. Education

  • C. Supervisor’s activities


Is a job analysis method especially useful in jobs with viewable physical activity

____ is a job analysis method especially useful in jobs with viewable physical activity

  • A. Questionnaire

  • B. Direct observation

  • C. Participant diary/log


The would not be included in a job description

The ___ would not be included in a job description

  • A. Knowledge and education requirements

  • B. Performance requirements

  • C. Responsibilities and duties


A resource for itemizing the job s duties and responsibilities is

A resource for itemizing the job’s duties and responsibilities is:

  • A. Dictionary of Occupational Titles

  • B. Dictionary of Occupational jobs

  • C. Department of Labor Guide


Means assigning workers additional same level activities

___means assigning workers additional same-level activities

  • A. Job enrichment

  • B. Job evaluation

  • C. Job enlargement


  • Login