MGNT notes 3 - MGNT The KSAOs of a job may differ in their...

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MGNT The KSAOs of a job may differ in their weight or contribution to task performance. Hence, their relative importance must be explicitly considered, defined, and indicated. Failure to do so means that all KSAOs will be assumed to be of equal importance by default. Deriving KSAO importance requires the same two decisions made for deriving task importance (specific attribute to be judged and categorical/continuous measure). Examples of formats for indicating KSAO importance are shown in the slide above. O*NET uses a 1-5 rating scale format and also provides actual importance ratings for many jobs. Methods: job analysis methods represent procedures or techniques for collecting job information. o Prior information: about the job. There are many possible organizational sources of job information available, including current job descriptions and specifications, job-specific policies and procedures, training manuals, and performance appraisals. Externally job information may be available from other employers, as well as trade and professional associations.
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