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Lesson 4

  1. 1. HRM Function •JOB ANALYSIS •JOB DESCRIPTION •DUTIES •JOB SPECIFICATION
  2. 2. BASIC CONCEPTS FORECASTING GATHER INTERVIEWING ON SITE APPROACH IN-DEPTH PREMISES TASK KNOWLEDGE SKILLS HEADING SHIFT SUMMARY
  3. 3. JOB ANALYSIS  FIRST STEP  FORECAST HUMAN RESOURCES NEEDED  GATHERING INFORMATION METHODS: 1.- INTERVIEWING WORKERS ON SITE AND SUPERVISORS. 2.- OBSERVING WORKERS ON SITE
  4. 4. INTERVIEWS AND OBSERVATIONS PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION: 1.- Job objectives 2.- Specific task required to achieve objectives 3.- Performance standards 4.- Knowledge and Skills necessary 5.- Education and experience required
  5. 5. ANALYZING DATA  THE DATA GATHERED WILL BE USED TO DEVELOP: JOB DESCRIPTIONS JOB SPECIFICATIONS
  6. 6. 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?
  7. 7. JOB DESCRIPTION PARTS: 1. HEADING 2. A SUMMARY 3. LIST OF SPECIFIC DUTIES
  8. 8. 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

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