UNIT 2: BUSINESS RESOURCES Unit 2:P1 1. JOB DESCRIPTION A. A job description is a description of a job and what skills an employee is required to get the job. B. The purpose of a job description is to show somebody who’s is interested in the job what personal and employability skills the employees has to have to be able to apply for this job.
Ideally, the committee includes employees, managers, and human resource specialists. Job evaluation is usually performed by analyzing job descriptions and, occasionally, job specifications. It is usually suggested that a job description be split into several sections, such as managerial, professional-technical, and clerical or operative. It makes sense in writing job descriptions, to use words that are linked to the job evaluation factors. Another essential step in effective job evaluation is to select and weigh the criteria.
It is because of this tension that an individual might react in a way that reduces the tension in him. Job Characteristics Theory Hackman and Oldham (1976); Schermerhorn (1984); Hellriegel, Jackson and Slocum (1999) and Dugguh (2008) cited by Ali et al. (2015: 419) proposed a framework to study how particular job characteristics affect job outcomes and job satisfaction. The framework states that there are a number of core job characteristics that impact on job outcomes and they are: • Variety of skills: it includes the degree to which a job requires a variety of different activities in carrying out the work and involves the use of different skills and talents of the
This issue could affect sales in-store, not only would the customer become irritated and disorientated, they could be at the final stage of the decision making process to be faced with products listed in a language they are unfamiliar with. Ensuring all products are listed in English would contribute to an overall pleasant experience. Finally I would like to recommend considering an online transactional website for the future. Although this would not have a drastic impact on their business model immediately, long term it could warrant further investigation. It would take a tremendous investment, but as customers change their habits at an alarming rate it could be the next stage for Lidl to grow their business in the future.
The NFPA does not support the unauthorized practice of law. However, NFPA provides its member with information and changes in the ethics rules and regulations. In 1986, the NFPA has worked with the American Bar Association and others to develop a consensus on the issue of paralegal education. However, the reason there should be a paralegal model code of ethics, so a paralegal can perform their duties that is governed by specific canons. The Canons of ethics is adopted by the National Association of legal assistants.
The emphasis of this method of job analysis is on the attributes, abilities and knowledge and individuals’ characteristics that are required by the employee to perform the desired duties. According to McCormick et al. (1967) the worker oriented method is more comprehensive of work-related areas as compared to the work oriented methodologies. The worker-oriented approaches are frequently involved in selection purposes, in finding out explicit KSA’s required for the task (Brannick et al., 2007). The requirements of an individual to comprehend the responsibilities and duties of the job are defined by the Worker-oriented analyses describe (Dierdorff and Wilson,
Q.3 Analyze Tesco’s method of developing its employees. Consider the strengths and weaknesses of such a programme. Tesco’s Method of Development of its Employees: Tesco handles the development of its employees as a shared responsibility although the employee is primarily responsible for her/his development. STRENGHTS WEEKNESSES • Tesco encourage its employees to understand and analyze their skills and abilities about themselves through assessment of strategic questions. Employees will seek out answers about their current skills, skills required for the job, and the gap between employee’s current skills and job required
We make personnel decisions such as promotion, demotion, transfer or dismissal to an employee according to their performance. We identify the weaknesses of an employee and determine training needs to the employee such as who has which weaknesses and which type of training does he need. And vice versa, staffs provide performance appraisal to us, Managers. Their performance appraisal to us includes how the manager is contributing to the team or department and which skill or area the manager needs to improve. Such Performance Appraisals Activities help to develop own needs of every employees to meet with the needs of our
Do they need additional training? Performance evaluations by managers can help determine what talent is available. To what extent do HRM policies attract, keep and develop employees with skills and knowledge needed now and in the future? 2. Commitment.
The assessment method used by organization for selecting the manager is likely to perform most effectively based by the approaches to selecting the workforce. Most organization uses appropriate approach to select which uses informal tools and procedures used for initially to reduce the pool of candidate and through a more extensive assessment process. There is different type of formal assessment the organization use for selecting the job candidates. The job analysis focus on job required by individuals which is involve a comprehensive list of work task that individual need to do their job. Based the job analysis they identify the task that workers required to do the job then they also identify the KSA’s that needed to perform the job effectively.