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HR Power Point Presentation? Wendy Lewis?

Objective of the assignment:

Job analysis is a core skill for HR professionals and a key task for organizations to perform. So many of the employment decisions are based on this one task. The purpose of the activity is for you to gain practice in conducting a job analysis and to gain knowledge about the methods to collect data for the analysis.

Deliverable:

For this assignment, you are asked to develop a plan to gather data for a job analysis, use at least two of the methods to gather data, write a short job description and job specification based on the data you have gathered. Please do not use your own position and do not use a job description already written. If you do not work outside the home, you have other opportunities for positions to analyze. If you do not have a position in a typical office, retail establishment or production facility you can use, seek out a



position from elsewhere. The opportunities could include a server at a restaurant, a service provider in your home, your hair stylist, a sales assistant, the receptionist at your doctor’s office or perhaps your child’s au pair, tutor, teacher or nanny.

First review the material presented in the course about how to conduct a job analysis, the various methods for collecting data and the pros and cons of the various methods.

After you have selected your methods for collecting the data, select the position (a job) to analyze and use at least two of the methods for collecting data, collect the data using the methods selected and summarize your findings in a short job description and job specification. .

Place the power point presentation in the assignments folder AND in the discussion forum for all to see. In the power point presentation, share the following:

1.  Provide an academic definition of job analysis and a short description of how it is used in



organizations. Provide an in text citation for the definition. 

2.  The position you selected to analyze.

3. The methods you selected for gathering data, an academic definition of each, an in text citation and the pros and cons of each data collection method you selected.

4. The rationale for why you selected the methods you did (tell why you selected the methods you did).

5.  A description of your experience in collecting the data (how did it go? - was is easy, hard, stressful? for example).

6.  A short sample position description and job specification you were able to design based on the data you gathered. Include an academic definition of position description and specification along with the in text citation for each.

7.  Suggestions for data gathering if you were to complete this assignment again and desire to make it even more accurate.

Please try to present your data in no more than 10 slides



including your title slide and reference page (recall that if you have in text citations you must also have a reference page and it is to be in APA format including displayed in alphabetical order). Keep all the relevant content in the slide content area and use the notes area on the slide for other supplemental information

 

http://managementstudyguide.com/advantages-disadvantages-job-analysis.htm

 

 

Additional information on job analysis:

http://managementstudyguide.com/job-analysis-methods.htm

http://ezinearticles.com/?Job-Analysis-Methods&id=4258790


href="http://www.zeepedia.com/read.php?job_analysis_methods_of_collecting_job_analysis_information_observation_source_of_data_human_resource_management&b=33&c=15" rel="noopener nofollow" target="_self">http://www.zeepedia.com/read.php?job_analysis_methods_of_collecting_job_analysis_information_observation_source_of_data_human_resource_management&b=33&c=15

 

 

 

Rubric Name: Assignment 1 Rubric - New

  
      
Criteria

Definitions are complete, relevant, current & supported with outstanding academic citation(s).

Most definitions are complete, relevant, current & supported with academic citation(s).

Definitions were present but not complete, relevant,



current and/or supported with academic citation(s). 

Definitions were not complete, relative, current or supported with academic citation(s). 

Did not submit or did not meet minimum expectations

Methods selected were relevant. The Pros & Cons of each data collection selected are complete. Definitions are complete, relevant, current & supported with outstanding academic citation(s). The methods were justified robustly. Scholarly support was given for the methods made. The segment exceeded that of most submissions.

Methods selected were relevant. The Pros & Cons of each data collection selected were discussed. Definitions are complete, relevant, current & supported with academic citation(s). Scholarly support was provided for the methods. 

Methods selected were mostly relevant. The Pros & Cons of each data collection are not selected. Definitions are not



complete, relevant, or current & were not supported with academic citation(s). The methods were explained but not supported with scholarly sources. 

The methods for gathering data were not described in detail and there was no or insufficient support from the literature on choice of method. 

Did not submit or did not meet minimum expectations

The personal experience in collecting the data is credible & candid with convincing information shared.

The evaluation is very well written & explained. The explanation is thorough, convincing & relevant to the organization. It exceeds the expectations for the personal experience & relevance to the organization. The experience in collecting the data exceeds the general expectations for a capstone level course.

The personal experience in collecting the data is credible and convincing. The experience in collecting the data is described in



detail. 

There is a description of the data collecting experience but the explanation of the experience is not complete or convincing. 

Personal experience is not described in detail and/or lacking sufficient information to explain the data collection. 

Did not submit or did not meet minimum expectations

Position description & job specifications carefully designed based on data collected. Uses in-text citation(s) to support position description & job specifications. 

Position description & job specifications designed based on data collected. Uses in-text citation(s) to support position description & job specifications.

Position description & job specifications are presented but are not designed based on data collected.

Position description & job specifications not designed based on data collected. Does not use



in-text citation(s) to support position description & job specifications. 

Did not submit or did not meet minimum expectations

Clearly explains how to collect data again with a desire to make it more accurate. Explains why.

Explains how to collect data again with a desire to make it more accurate.

Describes how the data collection would be done but does not go into detail about why.

Suggestion for future data gathering is not explained or supported. 

Did not submit or did not meet minimum expectations

Writes in an error free manner, includes all the required elements, writing is clear, logical & flows well & is convincing. Citations & References are in accurate APA format.

Generally writes in an error free manner, includes all the required elements, writing is mostly clear, logical & flows well & is



convincing. Citations & References are in accurate APA format.

Writing is mostly clear and logical. Citations & References are not all provided and/or are not all in accurate APA format for some but not all of the sources.

Errors in writing make comprehension difficult.  Citations & references are not provided and/or are not in accurate APA format.

Did not submit or did not meet minimum expectations

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