There are important and fundamental considerations involving the recruitment and selection process. This should not be considered in isolation. It must be done in the context of the overall HR plan and personnel management program. The plan includes training, development, future promotion, flexibility and adaptability to possible new methods, procedures or work conditions. The tasks involved in the job must be analyzed. The attitude, skills and knowledge required must be made known. This will ensure the company will get the right person to do the job.
Job Analysis – a HR Tool
- what is job analysis
- what is a job
- what is a position
- reasons for conducting job analysis
Types of Job Analysis Information
- work activities
- worker oriented activities
- work aids
- tangibles and standards
- job context
- personnel requirements
Collecting Job Analysis Information
- who collects the information
- methods of gathering
- analysing the information
- documenting the information
The R and S tool – the Job Description
- what is a job description
- importance of a job description
- drawing up a job description
- job description-is it a straight jacket
The R and S tool – the Job Specification
- what is a job specification importance of a job specification drawing up a job specification reliability of a job specification
Using the Tools in R and S
- job analysis job description job specification applying the Munro Fraser/Alec Rogers interview model
HR Managers, Executives, Officers. HR practitioners, Recruitment specialists.
lectures, group discussions and syndicate work
Duration : 2 days
Time : 9.00am – 5.00pm
Venue : To be announced
Fee : RM2,485.00
Facilitator : Dr Balan Dass 016 – 227 0057
Registration : Contact Program Manager, Tong How Lit.
Tel : 03 – 7955 2382
About the Facilitator:
Dr Balan Dass, holds a Ph.D in Adult and Continuing Professional Education from University Putra Malaysia, a Master in Education, majoring in Training & Development from University of Sheffield, UK.
He specialises in the areas like behavioural sciences, human resources, training and development and continuing education. He also teaches at tertiary level conducting classes at DBA and Masters’ levels.
He is a member and the Vice-President of the Malaysian Institute of Human Resource Management, a Certified HR Practitioner (CHRP), an approved trainer of Pembangunan Sumber Manausia Berhad and the Consultant for the National Human Resource Centre, Malaysia.