MHR 523 Lecture Notes - Occupational Information Network, Job Analysis, Human Resource Management System
Job analysis: systematic study of a job to discover its specifications, skill requirements, etc. , for wage-setting, recruitment, training, or job-simplification purposes. Jobs are at the core of every organization"s productivity if they aren"t well designed and done right, productivity suffers. For a hr department to be effective, its members must have a clear understand of the jobs found throughout the organization. Position: collection of tasks and responsibilities performed by an individual. Human resource information system (hris): large organizations use this to store information on various jobs; Identification of realistic challenging performance standards: redesign of jobs to improve performance/employee morale, fair and accurate appraisal of employee performance employees. Step 1: familiarize w/the organization and the jobs. Step 6: choice of method for data collection. Step 1: familiarization with the organization and its jobs. Important to have an awareness of an organization"s objectives, strategies, structure, inputs and desired outcomes.