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  • 1. QUANTITATIVE JOB ANALYSISTECHNIQUES
  • 2. POSITION ANALYSISQUESTIONNAIREA highly specialized instrument for analyzing anyjob in terms of employee activities. P A Q contains 194 items.The job analyst decides whether eachitem plays a role on the job ,and if so to whatextend?
  • 3. ADVANTAGESIt lets you assign a quantitative score to each jobbased on it’sDecision making skilled activities physical activity operating vehicles /equipment processing informationP A Q helps to compare job relating to one another.This information can be used to assign pay levels foreach job.
  • 4. DEPARTMENT OF LABORPROCEDURE(D O L) standard method by which differentmethods can be rated, classified andcompared. rating of each job in terms of what anemployee does with respect to data,peopleand things.
  • 5. FUNCTIONAL JOB ANALYSISIt is based on D O L method ,but providesadditional information regarding job’s tasks,objectives and training requirements.It additionally taking in to accountthe extent to which instruction,reasoning,judgement and verbal facility arenecessary for performing tasks.
  • 6. FUNCTIONAL JOB ANALYSISIt is based on D O L method ,but providesadditional information regarding job’s tasks,objectives and training requirements.It additionally taking in to accountthe extent to which instruction,reasoning,judgement and verbal facility arenecessary for performing tasks.