You are conducting a job analysis. You have talked to the manager about the position and now have made arrangements to observe an employee performing the tasks. The employee saw you talking to the manager and does not understand what is happening. He is afraid that his job is in jeopardy.
Talk about the various behaviors that might have given you a clue that the employee is concerned. What would you say to him to reassure him while getting the information you need? Address every concern or question that he might ask.
Later you tell the manager what occurred. How can you be sure you captured all the necessary information and that it is accurate? You want to be sure that at least you have the essential functions of the job.
Department ____________________ Employee's Name ________________
Job Title _________________________________ Date _________
What is Done?
To What is it Done?
Why is it Done?
(Effect of the Action)
Henderson, R. I. (1994). Compensation Management: Rewarding Performance. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall.
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Analyzing the performance of an employee is an orderly and systematic technique of determining the relative worth of the various jobs within the organization so as to develop an equitable ...
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