Job Design os352 hrm fisher Feb. 7, 2005 Agenda
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Principles of Job Design
For February 16
Critical concepts include (but are not limited to)
Feb. 7, 2005
final words on job analysis
Principles of job design
Collecting job analysis data
Common methods used for last week’s assignment
Interviewing another person
Sampling is critical to collect balanced, accurate data
Other criteria to consider as you sample?
From the employee perspective, which job design approach/principle sounds most appealing to you? Why?
Job design overview
Job analysis describes existing jobs
changes existing jobs
Use data such as
Critical tasks to be performed
of Job Design
Job characteristics model
But, people vary on their growth need strength
Links back to work flow analysis
You are a manager at a local fast food restaurant. Your cashiers are becoming dissatisfied with their jobs. How could you:
Help them perform the job more efficiently?
Increase the motivating potential of the job?
Improve the ergonomics of the job?
For February 16
Topic will be HR planning
Read Chapter 5
For next class
First exam on Wednesday!
Worth 35 points
cover all notes
, class discussion, book material so far
10 MC questions (10 points)
5 of 6 short answer (10 points)
3 of 5 essay (15 points)
Will have choice on essays
Critical concepts include (but are not limited to):
Common types of strategy, how does HR link with strategy?
Legal issues – Very important!!
Types of fairness (procedural/distributive, equity/equality)
Key employment laws (CRA, ADA, FMLA, ADEA, etc.)
Safety, including role of OSHA
of data to collect
, how to collect data, tasks and KSAOs/competencies, uses of job analysis data
Job design – purpose, different approaches
~sfisher -> Managing Self: The Reflective Mindset; Leadership
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