Share
Explore BrainMass

Roles of I/O Psychologist and Social workers in job analysis

With regards to social work and I/O psychology

1). Conduct a "person- oriented" job analysis & discuss how it can be used in I/O psychology (with regards to social work)

2). Evaluate the reliabiltiy AND validity of the "person- oriented" job analysis (with reagrds to social work & I/O psychology).

3) Evaluate the different performance apppraisal methods associated with social work (and I/O)

4). Explain the various benefits as well as the vulneralbilities of each performance methos (in #3)

Solution Preview

1). Conduct a "person- oriented" job analysis & discuss how it can be used in I/O psychology (with regards to social work)

Person oriented job analysis will include the same principles that form the basis for job analysis keeping the knowledge, skills and abilities of the candidate in view.

But, hypothetically, when a social worker is involved in job analysis for a candidate who may have come to the social worker for work search to improve his/her life situation and gain financial independence or enhance personal self-esteem by supporting own self, then the principles for job analysis will include "person-oriented" job analysis and not simply job analysis to find the exact or closets ...

Solution Summary

Roles of I/O Psychologist / Social worker in conducting on-the-job Performance appraisals, feedback, evaluation

$2.19