Reasons for conducting job analysis, HR Management

Reasons for conducting job analysis

There are 3 reasons for conducting job analysis:

(a)  when the organization is founded and job analysis program is initiated for the first time,

(b)  when new jobs are created and;

(c) when jobs are changed significantly as a result of new technologies, methods, procedures, or systems. 

 

 

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