job analysis


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job analysis

[′jäb ə‚nal·ə·səs]
(industrial engineering)
A detailed study of the work performed, the facilities required, the working conditions, and the skills required to complete a specific job. Also known as job study.
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These mistakes can affect interview ratings by reducing the amount of information collected from job analysis, including generic or non job-related questions in the interview, failing to develop a job-related interview rating instruments, not taking notes or only taking inadequate notes during the interview, and failing to rate candidates in a timely fashion.
The job analysis ratings were analyzed to identify professional activities that should be represented in the examination.
At the core of each job analysis was a panel of expert workers, all of whom were either working or had recently worked as GIS technicians or were the immediate supervisors of someone in this position.
A general instruction approach includes a thorough discussion of performance management, performance appraisals, job analysis, and job descriptions.
Given the importance of the job analysis to various human resource functions, the Director General requests that all FSOs complete the survey.
Job analysis is used to identify individual critical tasks (including leader tasks) a job incumbent must perform to successfully accomplish his/her mission and duties as well as survive in the full range of military operations.
The results are from the preliminary findings of the ASIS International Job Analysis Validation Study: Certified Protection Professional, a survey designed to identify CPPs' major areas of responsibility, work-related tasks, and knowledge and skills.
The purpose of this study was to examine some factors of the principalship through job analysis and review of literature that might explain current prevailing attitudes of reluctance of many to seek and apply for the principalship.
Campion (1) have raised doubts about the accuracy of job analysis information.
Launched in 1948, the title publishes research on personnel problems facing public and private sector organizations, covering all aspects of human resource problems including selection and recruiting, training, Job analysis, performance appraisal, compensation, legal issues, labor relations, motivations and leadership.
Integrating OD concepts and techniques into HRM activities through such strategies as job analysis, work redesign, team building, and change management serve the purpose of enhancing the performance and capacity of the organization and its workforce and ensures that HR practitioners are proactively meeting the needs of the organization (Meisinger, 2003).
Many services are available at the work-site including on-site staffing, substance abuse testing, health fairs and screenings, job analysis, rehab and work conditioning.