Chapter 3 Job Analysis


Techniques of Job redesign



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Techniques of Job redesign

Techniques of Job redesign

Job rotation-

Job enlargement

Job enrichment

Approaches of Job enrichment

Skill variety

Task identity

Task significance

Autonomy

Feedback

The key psychological states that are necessary for motivation and satisfaction are:

  • The key psychological states that are necessary for motivation and satisfaction are:
  • Experienced meaningfulness
  • Experienced responsibility
  • Knowledge of results

Problems with Job Analysis

Problems with Job Analysis

  • Lack of Management Support:
  • Lack of Co-operation from Employees
  • Inability to Identify the Need of Job Analysis
  • Biasness of Job Analyst:
  • Using Single Data Source

Human Resource Planning

  • Human resource planning is a means of deciding the number and type of personnel that organization needs now and in the future
  • Importance HRP
  • Assume a critical role in the future success or failure of an organization.
  • Enable a manager to predict his/her manpower requirements
  • Assesses the kinds of skills required to be developed as well as recruited
  • Estimate human resource requirements over a specified time frame in relation to the organization’s goals.

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