Job Analysis and HRP, Handout - Agenda Job Analysis HR...

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1 Job Analysis and HR Planning Agenda Job Analysis Purposes and outcomes Methods Format and content HR Planning Purposes Methods Outcomes
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2 Job Analysis and HR Planning Job Analysis Q: According to Bohlander and Snell, what is job analysis?
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3 Job Analysis and HR Planning Purposes of JA Job design Recruitment and Selection Training and Development Performance Management Compensation Legal Compliance
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4 Job Analysis and HR Planning Primary Outcomes of a JA Job Description A thorough, written summary of a job; includes title, summary, and list of essential tasks, duties, and responsibilities Job Specifications A written summary of the knowledge, skills, abilities, and other characteristics necessary for effective job performance
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5 Job Analysis and HR Planning Which jobs should be analyzed?
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6 Job Analysis and HR Planning Steps in Conducting a JA Determine the purpose Select data sources Collect information using appropriate data collection techniques Summarize data and prepare the job description and specification
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7 Job Analysis and HR Planning Data Collection Methods Interviews e.g., structured interview questions
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8 Job Analysis and HR Planning Example Interview Questions Describe your “typical” day What responsibilities or duties account for the majority of your time during a typical week? What kinds of things come up only a few times a year that are not in a typical day or week? Describe your position in the organization What kinds of formal and informal training have you received relative to this position?
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9 Job Analysis and HR Planning Methods, cont’d Interviews e.g., structured interview questions Observations e.g., “critical incidents” Questionnaires e.g., PAQ
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Job Analysis and HR Planning Position Analysis Questionnaire A structured survey for quantifying jobs across six major dimensions: Information input Decision making and reasoning processes
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2008 for the course HADM 211 taught by Professor Tracey during the Spring '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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