Analyzing Jobs for Performance Measurement
Job analysis is the cornerstone for all personnel practices. It provides the building blocks for criterion development and personnel selection, training needs analysis, job design or re-design, job evaluation, and many other human resources management activities. For Project A, it was the foundation for the development of multiple measures of performance for a representative sample of jobs at two different organizational levels.
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Analyzing Jobs for Performance Measurement, in J. P. Campbell & D. K. Knapp (Eds.), Exploring the Limits of Personnel Selection and Classification, p. 157-180
Scholar Commons Citation
Borman, Walter C.; Campbell, Charlotte H.; and Pulakos, Elaine D., "Analyzing Jobs for Performance Measurement" (2001). Psychology Faculty Publications. 1079.