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Job Analysis & Evaluation Methods - Chapter Summary
Our expert instructors have created a comprehensive study guide in this chapter that covers job analysis and evaluation methods. As part of your study, you can review job analysis design and the laws pertaining to employment issues, plus many more employment design topics. Take your time as you move through this chapter as quickly or as slowly as you'd like. For a quick review, and to make sure you're ready to move on to new topics, we've provided a short quiz with each lesson. Using the Dashboard, you can submit any questions you might have to our instructors. Once you've finished this chapter, you should be able to meet the following goals:
- Describe the methods and process pertaining to job evaluation and analysis
- Detail hiring, training and performance evaluation as a part of the job analysis process
- Explain employment issues related to performance appraisal and employee selection
- Outline the factors in the employee placement process
1. Job Analysis & Evaluation: Definition, Process & Methods
In this lesson, we'll learn about job analysis methods including interviews, questionnaires, personality tests, intelligence tests, and aptitude/ability tests to analyze and evaluate a job. We'll see how this helps businesses make decisions on recruitment and hiring.
2. Job Analysis: Design, Hiring, Training & Performance Evaluation
In this lesson, you will learn about the job design process following job analysis: the benefits, approaches, and issues. You will also learn about the job redesign process and its benefits.
3. Employment Issues: Law, Selection & Performance Appraisal
In this lesson, we'll discuss how to apply statistical analysis to employment law issues, specifically employee selection and performance appraisal. We'll also learn how to apply the disparate impact analysis to evaluate a variety of employment issues.
4. The Employee Placement Process: Definition & Factors
This lesson will take a closer look at the employee placement process. We'll define the employee placement process and examine legal factors that impact the process of employee selection and placement.
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Other chapters within the Psychology 301: Industrial/Organizational Psychology course
- Introduction to Industrial/Organizational Psychology
- Employee Selection: Recruiting & Interviewing
- Performance Management: Evaluating Employee Performance
- Employee Training & Development
- Employee Motivation, Satisfaction & Commitment
- The Psychology of Employee Engagement
- Leadership & Conflict in the Workplace
- The Psychology of Groups
- Teamwork & Teams in the Workplace
- Organizational Development & Change
- Workplace Psychological Health
- Research Methods in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
- Required Assignments for Psychology 301
- Studying for Psychology 301