How to Conduct a Job Analysis

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How to Conduct a Job Analysis

Job analysis is a process by which the employer gathers, analyzes and synthesizes information about the work performed by its people. The process is helpful to employers on a number of different levels, such as hiring employees; assigning pay grades to achieve internal pay equity and external market competitiveness; organizing and managing workflow; managing performance; providing appropriate training and development; and assisting with complying with federal and state reasonable accommodation laws, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which requires essential job functions to be identified in written job descriptions.