What is Job Analysis?

Job analysis is the scheme of collating and analysing data pertaining to the content and requirements of jobs as well as the context within which jobs are carried out. Job analysis is used to figure out the placement of jobs, thus making the HR decision-makers in this regard, along with the senior management sharing responsibility in approving internal processes.

The objective of job analysis is to define job organization within a company. Employees looking towards a quick career progression, increased compensation and overall advancement of professional lives can help identify career paths using job analysis.

While carrying a job analysis study, Zone Placement Matrix describes various differing factors wherein relative values are placed. Thereafter, existing and new job positions are assigned to a job family and zone on the basis of job roles, appropriate qualifications and competencies.

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