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    Lesson 4 Lesson 4 Presentation Transcript

    • HRM Function
      • JOB ANALYSIS
      • JOB DESCRIPTION
      • DUTIES
      • JOB SPECIFICATION
      A StrategicContributor to Industry in ManagingKnowledge
    • BASIC CONCEPTS
      FORECASTING
      GATHER
      INTERVIEWING
      ON SITE
      APPROACH
      IN-DEPTH
      PREMISES
      TASK
      KNOWLEDGE
      SKILLS
      HEADING
      SHIFT
      SUMMARY
    • JOB ANALYSIS
      FIRST STEP
      FORECAST HUMAN RESOURCES NEEDED
      GATHERING INFORMATION
      METHODS:
      1.- INTERVIEWING WORKERS ON SITE AND SUPERVISORS.
      2.- OBSERVING WORKERS ON SITE
    • INTERVIEWS AND OBSERVATIONS PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:1.- Job objectives2.- Specifictaskrequired to achieve objectives3.- Performance standards4.- Knowledge and Skillsnecessary5.- Education and experiencerequired
    • ANALYZING DATA
      THE DATA GATHERED WILL BE USED TO DEVELOP:
      JOB DESCRIPTIONS
      JOB SPECIFICATIONS
    • JOB DESCRIPTIONS
      Detailed written statements that describe jobs.
      List of very specific duties and directions for performing jobs.
      Three important questions most be answered:
      1.- What is to be done?
      2.- When is it done?
      3.- Where is it done?
    • JOB DESCRIPTION PARTS:
      HEADING
      A SUMMARY
      LIST OF SPECIFIC DUTIES
    • JOB SPECIFICATION
      INSTRUMENT TO OUTLINE QUALIFICATIONS NEEDED TO PERFORM A JOB
      SPECIFIC SKILLS
      KIND AND LEVEL OF EDUCATION
      EXPERIENCE
      THEY USUALLY REFER TO A MINIMUM QUALIFICATION
      STATES STANDARDS FOR JUDGING QUALIFICATIONS OF APPLICANTS.