JOB ANALYSIS

HUMAM RESOURCE PLANNING
Human Resource Planning is the process by which an organization ensures that it has the right number and kind of people, at the right place, at the right time, capable of effectively and efficiently completing those tasks that will help the organization achieve its overall objectives.

-Decenzo and Robbins

JOB ANALYSIS
Job Analysis means a detailed analysis or formal study of jobs. Job Analysis is the process of determining by observation & study , the tasks, which comprise the job, the method & equipment used & the skills & attitudes required for successful performance of the job.

IT INVOLVESINVOLVESIdentifying the job in terms of its title and code number. Operations involved in doing the job. Nature of the job. Materials and equipments to be used in doing the job. Personal attributes required to do the job eg. Education, training physical strength, mental capabilities, etc. Relation with other jobs

IMPORTANCE OF JOB ANALYSIS
Organizational design Human resource planning Recruitment & Selection Placement & Orientation Training & Development Performance Appraisal Job evaluation Labor relations Health & Safety

Job Analysis

Job Description

Job Specification

Job Specification
It refers to the minimum eligibility conditions required for a candidate to be placed at a job. It is a written statement which specifies the personal attributes in terms of education, training, experience & aptitude required to perform a job. Acceptable qualities may be Physical characteristics Mental Characteristics Social & Psychological Characteristics Other personal Characterisitics

All these characteristics may be classified intointo1. Essential attributes 2. Desirable attributes 3. Contra- indicators Contra-

Job Description
Job Description is a functional description of what the job comprise of. It is descriptive in nature & defines the purpose & scope of a job. It is a systematic & scientifically written factual statement describing job in terms ofofJob title, Code No., Department, Job Summary, Job DutiesDuties- All duties & responsibilities, Working conditions, Supervision, relationships- internal & external relationships-

PROCESS OF JOB ANALYSIS
1. Organizational Analysis- Collection of background Analysis2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
information. Organizing Job Analysis programme Deciding the use of Job Analysis information. Selecting representative jobs for analysis. Understand job design Collection of data Developing a job description Preparing a job specification

METHODS OF DATA COLLECTION
Job Performance Personal Observation Interview Questionnaire Critical incidents Log records

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