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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Human resource important functions are job analysis, recruitment and selection, training and development, compensation and benefits and performance appraisal.
To ensure that the job analysis survey included a representative sample of medical interpreters and medical interpreter supervisors in the United States, LLS contacted relevant stake-holder groups, including professional interpreter associations at both national and state/regional levels, hospitals and other healthcare organizations, colleges and universities that offer healthcare interpreter training programs, healthcare interpreting advocacy groups, medical interpreters (both staff interpreters and freelancers), and members of the LLU Global Advisory Council.
The next step was creation of a job analysis survey, a standard tool used in creating a certification examination because it can help establish a uniform set of professional criteria or expectations against which test content can be developed.
We conducted a series of focus groups and interviews that were used as sources of data for this job analysis.
It is also noteworthy from R2 change that job analysis and job evaluation with the intervening variable Recruitment KSA explained a much larger proportion of the total variance on dependent variable.
While the DACUM job analysis technique has the advantage of being entirely worker-generated, its results can vary somewhat depending on its location, timing, and mix of panel participants.
To facilitate their analysis, students are provided with brief definitions/ explanations/descriptions of performance management, performance appraisal, job analysis, and job descriptions.
The authors mention that in compensation management, job analysis helps to establish the similarities and differences in the work content of jobs and also helps in establishing an internally fair and aligned job structure.
A job analysis is a systematic procedure for collecting information on what employees do in their jobs and the knowledge, skills and abilities required to do the jobs.
Academics and professionals in the US in the fields of healthcare administration, management, and health policy survey issues and tools for healthcare management students and professionals, encompassing the legal environment, job analysis and design, performance management, and organized labor.