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riggio_ppt_ch03 - CHAPTER 3 Job Analysis Introduction to

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Unformatted text preview: CHAPTER 3 Job Analysis Introduction to Industrial/Organizational Psychology by Ronald Riggio Personnel Psychology Personnel psychology , a specialty area of I/O psychology, is concerned with the creation, care, and maintenance of a workforce. I/O psychologists who specialize in personnel psychology are involved in: Employee recruitment and selection. Measurement of employee performance and establishment of good performance review procedures. Development of employee training programs. Formulation of criteria for promotion, firing, and disciplinary action. Job Analysis Job analysis is the systematic study of a job's tasks, duties, and responsibilities, and the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to perform the job. Job analysis is the starting point for many important personnel functions. A job analysis yields several products. Job Analysis Products 1. Job description A detailed accounting of job tasks, procedures, responsibilities, and output. 2. Job specification Information about the physical, educational, and experiential qualities required to perform the job. Job Analysis Products...
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