Chapter 3 - Job analysis is the process of studying jobs in order to gather analyze synthesize and report information about job requirements(Heneman and

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Job analysis is the process of studying jobs in order to gather, analyze, synthesize, and report information about job requirements. (Heneman and Judge: 2012)
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The traditional way of designing a job is to identify and define its elements and tasks precisely and then incorporate them into a job description. Challenges to traditional joba) Jobs are constantly evolving.b) Need for flexibility.c) Need for new, general skills or competencies.Two important new skills or competenciesa) Teamwork.b) Engagement.
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4-4Job analysis begins with the development of task statements, whose objective is to identify and record a set of tasks that includes all of the job’s major tasks and excludes nonrelevant or trivial tasks
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Job duty: a set of related tasks that are repeated on the job4-5
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Job analysis involves consideration of not only the types of information to be collected but also the methods, sources, and processes to be used for such collection.
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