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Job Analysis Uses Employee Rewards

Proper evaluation of a job’s value (worth) must relate the identified tasks, duties, skill and knowledge requirements, which were gleaned from the job/task analysis, with the qualifications for a successful job performance.  Without the proper job data, you cannot properly determine a position’s value. Read more…

Job Analysis Uses Performance Management

Performance management is a process by which managers and employees work together to plan, monitor, and review an employee’s work objectives and overall contribution to the organization.

Job analysis data can help identify and establish a person’s performance standards. Read more…

Losses in West Central Africa

Through my work as a member of Technology Transfer Services (TTS), I was lucky enough to spend some time in West Central Africa over the past few years, helping to improve maintenance and operations at industrial facilities. One of the issues that my team and I frequently encountered involved warehouse managers and their attempts to deal with spare parts degradation brought on by the local environment. The local environment Read more…

Job Analysis Uses Employee Relations

In a previous article, we discussed how a JTA can provide useful information for HR Planning. This week’s article provides more specific examples of how that information can be applied to employee relations within an organization. Read more…

Job Analysis Uses Safety and Health

Employers are responsible for protecting employees against health and safety hazards on the job.  Employees have the right to know about potential hazards and to refuse to perform work they believe is dangerous. Employees are also responsible for working safely with hazardous materials. Read more…

money hourglass

 

Nobody wants to spend more money than necessary.  I’m sure everyone can relate to trying to save money on purchases such as gasoline, insurance, cell phone service, groceries or travel and accommodations for that vacation you’ve been planning all year.  It makes sense to shop around for the best deal on a vehicle or home.  Why wouldn’t you do the same for your spares procurement? Read more…

Job Analysis Uses HR Planning_TTS

Job/task analysis (JTA) data provides essential information for management before making any organizational decisions regarding its most importance resource:  its employees!  This data can be used for the following HR planning functions: Read more…

Today is Your Day

You are…terrifically tireless, exceptionally excellent, abundantly appreciated, and magnificent beyond words! So glad you’re a part of our Team. Happy Anniversary!

Celebrating anniversaries this month include:

  • Ken Frazier – 21 years on 7/01
  • Adrian Swift – 2 years on 7/08
  • Christina Clark – 2 years on 7/09
  • Lee Ann Greene – 6 years on 7/13
  • Jennifer Ciurla – 3 years on 7/16
  • Greg Foskey – 6 years on 7/27

Organizations spend big bucks maintaining equipment.  How many times have you heard that a critical piece of your equipment is down, and the spare part needed isn’t in stock or can’t be found in the warehouse?  A robust Inventory Spares Management program will ensure the ability to find the right part exactly when it is needed. Read more…

Job Analysis Uses Legal Compliance

We know that a Job/Task Analysis (JTA) is a study that identifies the skill and knowledge requirements needed by employees to perform their jobs.  JTAs are specific to each individual job and are often used as the underlying documentation needed for employment practices to comply with legal guidelines.  A good JTA will incorporate a single set of principles designed to assist employers in complying with the requirements of Federal Law prohibiting discriminatory practices relating to entrance tests, promotions, and training. Read more…