Job analysis is a research endeavor that uncovers the essentials while relegating the extraneous elements of a position.

Identifying Subject Matter Experts and Participants

People well-versed in job goals, needs, and outcomes are most suited to carry out job analyses. Colleagues who work with and depend on the position and internal and external clients offer valuable perspectives.

Collecting Information Systematically

A previously created job description, classification standards, specified performance measurements, and specialized job audits are a few examples of the sources of job information that may exist to support the job analysis process.

Foundations of Successful Hiring

Before a candidate can get an offer, multiple candidates must get evaluated. How can you be sure that your assessment identifies the candidate with the competencies required to succeed in your organization?