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10 Job Analysis Methods

thedoo
September 27, 2017

Job analysis is a process of collecting information that outlines the criteria for successful work performance.

Typically, it focuses on tasks, responsibilities, knowledge and skills requirements and

These are the top 10 working method method as follows:

1. Job element method

] This method is the same as the critical incident technique. It focuses on work behavior and the results of this behavior rather than more abstract features. Job element method developed by Ernest Primoff.

2. Checklists and rating scales

Checklist is a work analysis methodology based on an inventory of work elements. You can ask questions about pure position; key responsibility areas; organization; relationships; decision; authority; Skills, knowledge, experience; working conditions.

3. Competence profiling

Competency modeling is the activity of determining the specific competencies that characterize high performance and success in a particular work. Content of competency models includes skills, knowledge, skills, values, interests, personalities.

4. Direct observation

Direct observation is a method of observing and recording behavior / events / activities / tasks / tasks while something happens.

5. Work Method Analysis

Work method analysis is used to describe manual and recurring production jobs, such as factory or assembly line jobs. Work method analysis includes time and movement study and micro-motion analysis.

6. Critical incident technique

Critical incident technique is a method of identifying work behavior that classifies in good and bad performance.

7. Position Analysis Questionnaire

PAQ model is a questionnaire technique. Developed by McCormick, Jeanneret and Mecham (1972), it is a structured track analysis tool to measure track characteristics and to match human attributes. It consists of 195 work elements describing generic human behavior.

8. Functional Job Analysis

FJA Model is a technique developed by the Employment and Training Administration of the US Department of Labor. It contains 7 scales (numbers) that measure: 3 workers function scale: measure% of the time spent on: data, people, things; 1 worker-instruction scale; 3 weighing scales, reasoning, math, language measurement.

9. Work Profiling System

WPS model is a questionnaire technique of job analysis, is a computer-administered job analysis system developed by Saville & Holdsworth, Ltd.

10. Task inventory

A task inventory is a list of discrete activities that form a specific job in a specific organization

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