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Job Analysis Kent State University Levashina
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Levashina What is a Job Analysis? A systematic procedure for  collecting information on the job  duties and tasks, as well as the  knowledge, skill, ability, and other  worker requirements. What employee does What employee does Why employee does it Why employee does it How employee does it How employee does it
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Levashina What is Job Analysis  Information Used For? Selection Training Performance Appraisal Job Evaluation Career Planning Work Redesign Other
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Levashina Key Distinctions in Job  Analysis Job descriptions versus worker  specifications Task - duty- position - job - occupation Single purpose versus multiple purpose  job analysis
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    The Process of Job Analysis The Process of Job Analysis Levashina
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Job Analysis and the Law Section 14.C.2 of the Uniform Guidelines states: “There shall be a job analysis which includes an analysis of  the important work behaviors required for successful  performance. . . . Any job analysis should focus on work  behavior(s) and the tasks associated with them.” Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Requires that job duties and responsibilities be  essential  functions  for job success.  The purpose of essential functions is to help match and  accommodate human capabilities to job requirements. Levashina
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Gathering Job Information Interviews Questionnaire s Observation Diaries Levashina
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Popular Approaches to Job  Analysis Functional Job Analysis Functional Job Analysis Position Analysis  Position Analysis  Questionnaire Questionnaire Critical Incident Method Critical Incident Method Task Analysis Inventory Levashina
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Functional Job Analysis (FJA) Quantitative approach to job analysis that  utilizes a compiled inventory of the various  functions or work activities that can make  up any job. Assumes that each job involves three 
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2010 for the course MIS 34180 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Kent State.

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