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Job Analysis is a process of determining what a job entails – i.e. the skills, knowledge, abilieits, tasks and responsibilities associated with a position. Job Analysis can be done through different methods, including observation, interviews and questionnaires. Job Analysis are often done for positions that currently exist within an organisation.
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Job Analysis and Job Design influences other important HR processes, such as the recruitment and selection of suitably qualified Human Resources, fair remuneration strategies and the grading of positions within an organisation.
More information pertaining to these concepts are presented in this document.
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It is important for any organisation to clearly identify the type of work that has to be done as well as the manner in which it has to be done. “Job Analysis” and “Job Design” are the HR terms used to describe the processes in which this is typically done.
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Job Design is a term that is closely related to Job Analysis and is often done for new positions in an organisation. Job Design entails the identification /structuring of the work activities required for a position/positions in the organisation in order to achieve organisational goals.
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Job evaluation/grading is the classification of jobs according to a job grading system such as Paterson, Peromnes, Hay, Castellion or simply a semantic scale describing occupational levels (e.g. top management, senior management, mid management, junior management etc).
Job grading systems are used by many organisations to measure jobs according to their content and to establish comparative worth between jobs.
Some benefits of a well developed job grading system are listed below.