review recent research and trends in job analysis
job analysis methodologies / summarizing research comparing various methods and the development of new methods
computer applications within job analysis
attention will be devoted to work on reliability and validity of job analysis ratings / convergent validity / bias in ratings / rater characteristics
cognitive processes to understanding the rating process
job taxonomies / attributes used in classification
interest in job evaluation / methods / pay discrimination / choice of compensable factors / assignment of points / validation / job evaluation judgements
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Job Analysis, in C. L. Cooper & I. T. Robertson (Eds.), International Review of Industrial & Organizational Psychology, John Wiley & Sons, p. 281-328
Scholar Commons Citation
Spector, Paul E.; Brannick, Michael T.; and Coovert, Michael D., "Job Analysis" (1989). Psychology Faculty Publications. 566.