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Quiz 14 :

Job Analysis: the Foundation of Employment Decision Making

Quiz 14 :

Job Analysis: the Foundation of Employment Decision Making

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Job analysis is a time consuming and often boring task to perform.
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Questionnaires should be written at a level that is a little higher than the reading audience's comprehension level.
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There is nothing that is as important to effective HR planning and practice as job analysis.
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The person collecting the data in job analysis should always be internal, as an external consultant would not be able to identify with the company's needs effectively.
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If not properly implemented, job analysis will waste time and resources.
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Unlike interviews, questionnaires never have "double-barreled questions."
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In many instances organizations fail to establish performance standards during the job analysis process.
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Recent graduates with degrees in HRM are usually exposed to expert-level job analysis techniques.
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The job specification identifies the conditions under which work is typically performed.
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Job specifications are at the very core of minimal qualifications for a job.
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It is a sound management practice to base hiring decisions on whether candidates possess sufficient KSA to get the job done.
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If the job descriptions, job specifications, and performance standards do not convey meaningful job information they are worthless.
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Job specifications do not articulate the minimal qualifications for a job.
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The results of a job analysis should be formalized in written form.
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Knowing the TDR of jobs is essential in both the design of jobs and their eventual redesign to gain productivity improvements.
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Improper job analysis could result in the employer being oblivious to work hazards related to certain job positions.
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If an employee's performance level falls below the performance standard, that means that the job is not being properly compensated.
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Competency-based job analysis begins with identifying the TDR.
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In job analysis the phrase "job description" can mean two things.
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Job incumbents are more likely to provide information about how the job should be done.
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