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Job Analysis
• Job analysis is a formal and detailed examination of jobs. It is a systematic investigation of the tasks, duties and responsibilities necessary to do a job. • Job analysis is an important personnel activity because it identifies what people do in their jobs and what they require in order to do the job satisfactorily.
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Sources of Job Data
 NON HUMAN SOURCES • Existing job description and specification • Equipment maintenance records • Records of employee working • Popular literature  HUMAN SOURCES • Job Analysis • Supervisors • Job Experts
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Method of collecting Job Data
INTERVIEW

DIARY

JOB DATA

QUESTIONNAIRE

OBSERVATION
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Interview:– Structured interview – Unstructured interview Questionnaire:.Should Contain the following basic information: – Job title of the holder – The job title of the job holder’s manager or supervisor – The job titles and number of the staff reporting to the job holder – A brief description (one or two sentences) of the overall role or purpose of the job – A list of the main task. duties and responsibilities Ms. RITU JAIN 5 .

RITU JAIN 6 .Observation:-the job analyst carefully observe the job holder at work and records what he or she does.this method requires the job holders to record in detail their activities each day. Ms. how he or she does and how much time is needed for completion of a given task. Diary:.

USES OF JOB ANALYSIS HRP RECRUITMENT & SELECTION JOB DESCRIPTION TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT JOB ANALYSIS JOB EVALUATION PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL PERSONNEL INFORMATION SAFETY & HEALTH Ms. RITU JAIN 7 JOB SPECIFITION .

Process of Job Analysis ORGANISATIONAL ANALYSIS Selection of representative positions to be analyzed Process of Job Analysis Preparation of job description Collection of job analysis data Preparation of job specification Ms. RITU JAIN 8 .

interrelationships between jobs and contribution of various jobs to the efficiency and effectiveness of the organization.this is required to find the linkages between jobs and organizational objectives. RITU JAIN 9 . A representatives sample of jobs to be analysed is decided keeping the cost and time constraints in mind. Organizational Analysis:.  Selection of representative positions to be analyzed:.it is not possible to analyze all the jobs. Ms.

training. duties responsibilities. RITU JAIN 10 . experience needed to carry out the job. skills.  Preparation of job specification:-job specifications is a written statement of personnel attributes in terms of traits.  Collection of job analysis data:-care should be taken to use only reliable and acceptable techniques in a given situation. Preparation of job description:-this steps involves describing the contents of the job in terms of functions. Ms. operations etc.

Nature of Job Analysis JOB TASK JOB ANALYSIS JOB DUTIES JOB RESPONSIBILITIES Ms. RITU JAIN 11 .

RITU JAIN JOB SPECIFICATION •EDUCATION •EXPERIENCE •TRAINING •JUDGEMENT •PHYSICAL EFFORTS •COMMUNICATION SKILLS •EMOTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS 12 .Job Description and Job Specification JOB ANALYSIS JOB DESCRIPTION •JOB TITLE •LOCATION •JOB SUMMARY •DUTIES •MACHINES. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT •WORKING CONDITIONS Ms.

Problems with Job Analysis • • • • Support from top management Single means and source No training or motivation Activities may be distorted Ms. RITU JAIN 13 .

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duties and responsibilities into a unit of work to achieve certain objectives. Ms. RITU JAIN 15 . • Job design involves conscious efforts to organize tasks. • Job design following job analysis.JOB DESIGN • The logical sequence of job analysis is job design.

Factors Affecting Job Design FEEDBACK ORGANISATIONAL FACTORS JOB DESIGN PRODUCTIVE AND SATISFYING JOB ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS BEHAVIORAL FACTORS Ms. RITU JAIN 16 .

work flow. ergonomics and work practices.  ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS:• Internal factors • External factors • Employee abilities and availabilities • Social and cultural expectations Ms. RITU JAIN 17 . ORGANIZATIONAL FACTORS:.includes characteristics of task.

RITU JAIN 18 . Behavioral factors:• Feedback • Autonomy • Use of abilities Ms.

RITU JAIN 19 . A process of finding and attracting capable applicants for employment Ms. Flippo.Recruitment According to Edwin B. “Recruitment is the process of searching the candidates for employment and stimulating them to apply for jobs in the organisation” Meaning: Recruitment is the activity that links the employers and the job seekers .

Purpose and Importance • Increase the pool of job candidates at minimum cost. • Help increase the success rate of the selection process by reducing the number of visibly under qualified or over qualified job applicants. • Begin identifying and preparing potential job applicants who will be appropriate candidates. Ms. RITU JAIN 20 .

RITU JAIN 21 .Factors Governing Recruitment EXTERNAL FORCES •SUPPLY AND DEMAND •UNEMPLOYMENT •IMAGE INTERNAL FACTORS RECRUITMENT •RECRUITMENT POLICY •HRP •SIZE OF THE FIRM •COST •GROWTH AND EXPANSION Ms.

SOURCES OF RECRUITMENT INTERNAL SOURCES externalSOURCES PROFESSIONAL R E C R U I T M E N T ADVERTISEMENTS CAMPUS RECRUITMENT RADIO AND TELEVISION COMPETITORS ACQUISITION AND MERGERS PRESENT EMPLOYEES FORMER EMPLOYEES PREVIOUS APPLICANTS Ms. RITU JAIN 22 .

promoted or demoted  Merits • Economical • Suitable • Reliable • Satisfying  DEMERITS • Limited choice • Inefficiency Ms.Sources of Recruitment  INTERNAL SOURCES • Retired employees • Transferred. RITU JAIN 23 .

relatives and existing employees • Candidates responding to the advertisements. RITU JAIN 24 . issued by the organization Ms.EXTERNAL SOURCES • Employees working in other organizations • Students from reputed educational institutions • Candidates referred by unions. friends.

 MERITS • Wide choice • Fresh blood • Motivational forces • Long term benefits  DEMERITS • Expensive • Time consuming • Demotivating • uncertainty Ms. RITU JAIN 25 .

what are some of the important reasons for the deep changes we are seeing in the way jobs are done?(TEAM 1) • Explain how you would carry out a job analysis in a company that never job descriptions(TEAM 2) • Are job description really necessary? What would happen if a company decided not to use any job description at all?(TEAM 3) Ms.Discussion Questions • In your opinion. RITU JAIN 26 .

Prepare job description and person specification 3.Short-listing 6.Conducting interview and decision making Ms. RITU JAIN 27 .Identify vacancy 2.Recruitment Process 1.Advertising the vacancy 4.Arrange interviews 7.Managing the response 5.

SELECTION According to Thomas stone “ • Selection is the process of differentiating between applicants in order to indentify and hire those with a greater likelihood of success on the jobs • In simple words…… • It is the functions perform by the management of selecting the right employees at the right time After identifying the sources of human resources. searching for prospective employees and stimulating them to apply for jobs in an organization . Ms. RITU JAIN 28 .

. RITU JAIN 29 .Contd. • The objective of the selection decision is to choose the individual who can most successfully perform the job from the pool of qualified candidates. Ms.

Steps in the Selection Process • • • • • • • • Screening of application Preliminary interview Application blank/CV Check of references Psychological test Group discussion Approval by the supervisor Physical examination Ms. RITU JAIN 30 .

Help to increase success rate. RITU JAIN 31 . Ms. Helps to get organizations legal and social obligations. Help to reduce the probability.Importance of Recruitment and Selection • • • • Helps to get a proper candidate. • Helps to increase organization and individual effectiveness.

Selection Methods • • • • Interviews . RITU JAIN 32 .all types Presentations Tests Psychometric tests Ms.

experience. skills.Purpose of an Interview • Does candidate meet person specification – knowledge. personal qualities. behaviours? • Does candidate know enough to decide this is right job and organisation for them? (so they stay) • Good impression of University? (even if not successful) Ms. RITU JAIN 33 .

candidates could be asked to simply arrive early to the interview. Ms. and deliver it orally with no supports. RITU JAIN 34 . be quickly briefed and given half an hour to prepare a 5 minute presentation.presentation • Presentations can be used in a variety of ways depending on how they relate to the job description and the normal working practices expected of the post. • Example 1: for a post which is required to respond to a committee or the public in a very short timescale given a few facts.

such as Access database skills.v. RITU JAIN 35 . or via the interview.TEST • It is possible that when defining the person specification criteria that some criteria prove hard to assess either through the application form or c. if some IT skills are needed for the posts. • For example. how will you know that the candidates meet the standard that you are expecting in the job? Ms..

RITU JAIN 36 .Psychometric tests • These are particularly useful if you want to assess candidates for managerial or senior appointments or candidates for appointments where there is a special need for the post . towards a manager. • These types of test are especially good at assisting with assessing how candidates are likely to behave. for example. Ms. and towards their subordinates. towards their peers.such as strong relationship building skills.

• links the employers with the employees. • Increase the pool of job candidates Ms. • Determine present and future requirements.Conclusion • The Purpose and Importance of Recruitment and select • Attract and encourage candidates. • Create a talent pool. RITU JAIN 37 .

it includes initial assignment of new employees. and promotion. it involves assigning a specific rank and responsibility to an employee.PLACEMENT Placement is the actual posting of an employee to a specific job. placement refers to the allocation of people to jobs. The placement decision are taken by the manager after matching the requirement of a job with the qualifications of a candidate. RITU JAIN 38 . Ms. transfer or demotion of present employees.

report for duty regularly Avoid mistakes and accidents Ms. RITU JAIN 39 .Major Benefits • • • • Show good results on the job Get along with people easily Keep his spirits high.

Ms. handbooks.Induction/ Orientation • Orientation or Induction is the task of introducing the new employees to the organization and its policies . RITU JAIN 40 . groups. films. procedures and rules. • Lectures. seminar are also provided to new employees so that they can settle down quickly and resume the work.

OBJECTIVES • Removes fears • Creates a good impression • Acts as a valuable source of information Ms. RITU JAIN 41 .

RITU JAIN 42 .Induction programme: steps • Welcome to the organization • Explain about the company • Show the location/department where the new recruit will work • Give the company manual to the new recruit • Provide details about various work groups and the extent of unionism within the company Ms.

etc Ms. leave etc. facilities..Contd. RITU JAIN 43 . • Explain about future training opportunities and career prospects • Clarify doubts • Take the employee on a guided tour of buildings. • Give details about pay. holidays. benefits.

RITU JAIN 44 .1) Content:Organizational issues Employee benefits Introduction Job duties 2) Socialization 3) Follow up Ms.

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