JOB ANALYSIS HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Job analysis Human Resource Administration

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Also, Write a case study that is no longer than 2000 words.
Organizations are made up of staff-required positions. The process by which you ascertain the responsibilities of these positions and the qualities of the candidates to hire for them is known as job analysis (Dessler & Varkkey, 2011).
Describe the value of job analysis in ensuring that the correct person is chosen for the right job at the right time and removing the burden of hiring the wrong people to work for a business.
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Examination, assignment, presentation, integrative case study, business development proposal, dissertation, etc.
a single assignment of no more than 2,000 words
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the module’s indicative assessment requirements;- Task
The following work must be completed, and your essay must be submitted using the format provided below.

Organizations are made up of staff-required positions. The process by which you ascertain the responsibilities of these positions and the qualities of the candidates to hire for them is known as job analysis (Dessler & Varkkey, 2011).
Describe the value of job analysis in ensuring that the correct person is chosen for the right job at the right time and removing the burden of hiring the wrong people to work for a business.

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Maximum word count and weighting of each component of the assessment:
• Individual assessment contribution (one set of supporting materials, each from a different student, totaling no more than 2000 words); assessment weighting of 100%

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Please make sure your assignment includes the following: • Abstract (200 words, 5 marks)
• A table of contents; • A list of the figures, tables, and/or abbreviations, where necessary;
• 300-word introduction (10 marks
• Critical Review of the Literature (60 Marks, 1200 Words)
• Concluding Remarks/15 Marks/300 Words
References (10 Marks), a presentation, a bibliography, and any necessary appendices
Assessment Requirements Description
The ESSAY should match the format below:

1. An overview of the topic you were asked to review and the main recommendation you would make (5 marks and 200 words).

2. Introduction: A succinct and clear introduction chapter that outlines the assignment’s history, parameters, and goal.
(300 words and 10 marks)

3. Body: (1200 words and 60 points)
In order to have an efficient and effective recruitment and selection process that makes it easier to attract the right candidate for the right position, the essay should include a quick overview of the relevant literature as well as a critical evaluation of the significance of a job analysis.

4. Conclusions and suggestions: What findings did you make? These should be explicitly relevant to your goals. (15 marks and 300 words)

For structural, construction, and referencing demonstrations, an additional 10 Marks are given.
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Understanding the effects of personnel, structural, and cultural strategies on organizational performance is one of the module learning outcomes that will be evaluated.

• Use the Internet to explore issues related to human resources.

• Examine scholarly materials and articles critically

Assessment Requirements Description

• Handwritten assignments will receive an automatic FAIL grade. All assignments must be word-processed.

All research must be referenced using the Harvard Style of Referencing, and a Reference and Bibliography list must be supplied. Assignments will be marked based on the research completed, analysis of the data gathered, position taken, and explanation of the position. Students who plagiarize improperly or without using one of these will receive a zero.

Students who are caught plagiarizing work from their peers will also be penalized with collusion and receive a zero.
Notes Regarding Plagiarism & Harvard Citation

Plagiarism

Plagiarism is the act of representing someone else’s work as your own. This is a significant offense that is punished in the assignment marking process because it amounts to academic theft.

Plagiarism is the submission of an assessment item that contains parts of work created by another person or people in a way that makes it appear to be the student’s own work. Instances of plagiarism include:

• Verbatim replication of another person’s work without credit
• The close paraphrasing of someone else’s work by merely changing a few words or the presentation’s arrangement without attribution
• The unauthorized use of other people’s words in one’s work or the misrepresentation of another person’s idea(s).

The absence of quotation marks suggests that the language is the student’s own; therefore, copying or close paraphrasing with occasional source acknowledgment may also be considered plagiarism.

The work that has been plagiarized may be their own or come from a published source, such as a book, report, journal, or online resource.
Harvard Citation

As seen in the Smith example towards the top of this article, a reference according to the Harvard referencing style is composed of the author’s last name, year of publication, and page number or range, all enclosed in parentheses.

• If the complete book is cited, the page number or page range is omitted. If the author’s last name appears in the text, it is not included here. As a result, we can state that Jones (2001) changed trauma surgery.

• “And” or “&” is used to indicate the presence of two or three authors (Deane, Smith, and Jones, 1991) or (Deane, Smith & Jones, 1991). et al. is used to cite works by more than three authors (Deane et al. 1992).

• Deane (n.d.) cites an unknown date as the absence of a date. The original publication date is included in square brackets when referencing a reprint (Marx [1867] 1967, p. 90).

• If a writer wrote two books in 2005, the first book is cited and referenced as 2005a, and the second as 2005b (in the references’ alphabetical sequence).

• Where applicable, insert a citation at the end of the sentence. A citation for a complete block quote is inserted after the period at the conclusion of the block because it is not an actual part of the quotation itself, but it is placed before the period if it comes at the end of a sentence.

• Detailed citations are given after the text in a section commonly titled “Works cited” or “References” and are listed alphabetically. A bibliography can contain works that aren’t specifically acknowledged in the text, unlike a “works cited” or “references” list.

• The font used for all citations matches that of the body text.

 

 

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