Job Analysis and HR Planning, Handout

Job Analysis and HR Planning, Handout - Agenda n Job...

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22 Job Analysis n Process of identifying the task and people requirements for a particular job ¡ “Cornerstone of HRM”
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33 Purposes of JA n Design jobs to enhance ¡ Human capital ¡ Efficiency n Scheduling demands/preferences ¡ Safety ¡ Motivation
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Impact of Job Characteristics Core job dimensions Critical psychological states Skill variety Task identity Task  significance Autonomy Feedback Experienced Meaningfulness of the work Experienced responsibility for outcomes of the work Knowledge of the actual results of work activities Personal and work outcomes Higher internal  work motivation Higher-quality  work  performance Higher  satisfaction with  the work Lower  absenteeism and 
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55 Purposes of JA, cont’d n Enhance effective HR decision making ¡ Planning ¡ Staffing ¡ Training ¡ Performance evaluation ¡ Compensation ¡ Legal compliance
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66 Primary Outcomes of a JA n Job Description ¡ A thorough, written summary of a job; includes title, summary, and list of essential tasks, duties, and responsibilities n “task-based” component n Job Specifications ¡ A written summary of the knowledge, skills, abilities, and other characteristics necessary for effective job performance n “competency-based” component
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77 Additional Job Information n Equipment ¡ Tools, facilities, and systems n Job inputs ¡ Materials, data, and information n Job outputs ¡ Products, services, and information ¡ Metrics of performance
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88 Priorities n Jobs serving as an entry-level position ¡ Particularly those with high numbers of applicants n Jobs with performance deficiencies ¡ Including those with high(er) turnover n Jobs whose content has changed
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99 Steps in Conducting a JA n Determine the purpose n Select data sources n Collect information using appropriate data collection techniques n Summarize data and prepare the job description and specification
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1010 Data Collection Methods n Interviews ¡ e.g., structured interview questions
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