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job analysis

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the analysis of the contents of a job in order to provide a job description for such purposes as fitting the job into a grading structure or matching individual capabilities to job requirements
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The first step in improving the salesperson selection process is conducting a formal "job analysis" that is in compliance with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commissions Uniform Guidelines on employee selection procedures.
In this well-written book, Jai Ghorpade integrates materials from many fields, including work redesign, industrial engineering, and statistics, to present everything you ever wanted to know about job analysis. The book not only presents the nuts and bolts of job analysis, but also identifies the many uses of the products of job analysis (in job descriptions, the formulation of performance criteria, the identification of necessary KSAs for jobs, and so on).
The job analysis survey for the current CMA exam was sent to accounting and financial professionals who were asked to rank the importance of a variety of knowledge and skills in 11 domains to the work they do in their current position.
Only data from the Job Analysis of Chiropractic between 1995 and 2015 measuring the percent of chiropractors who made a diagnosis of an upper respiratory or ear infection were included.
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To accomplish this, ICMA follows the best practice for professional certification programs of conducting a job analysis study every five to seven years.
Job analysis in occupational therapy: Stepping into the world of business and industry.
The periodic performance of practice analysis (i.e., job analysis) studies assists NCSBN in evaluating the validity of the test plan that guides content distribution of the licensure examinations.
Responding to a question in Parliament, he however said the ministry was currently undergoing organisational restructuring through which a comprehensive job analysis for cadres with speciality like nurses and allied health would be done accordingly.
Start out on the right track with a job analysis and a job description.
Job Analysis (JA) refers (Armstrong, 2002) to the process of collecting, analyzing and setting out information about the contents of job in order to provide the basis for a job description and data for recruitment, training, job evaluation and performance management [8].