Preface 1. Introduction Overview of the Book The Uses of Job Analysis Definitions Building Blocks of Job Analysis Methods A Couple of Job Analysis Projects 2. Work-Oriented Methods Overview of the Chapter Time-and-Motion Study Functional Job Analysis Task Inventories Critical Incident Technique Chapter Summary 3. Worker-Oriented Methods Overview of the Chapter Job Element Method Position Analysis Questionnaire Other Trait-Based Worker-Oriented Measures Cognitive Task Analysis Chapter Summary 4. Hybrid Methods Overview of the Chapter Combination Job Analysis Method Multimethod Job Design Questionnaire Occupational Information Network Chapter Summary 5. Management and Teams Overview of the Chapter Management and Leadership Job Analysis for Teams Chapter Summary 6. Job Analysis and the Law Overview of the Chapter Federal Legislation Enforcement of Equal Employment Opportunity Laws Executive orders Professional Standards Prescriptions for Job Analysis Chapter Summary 7. Job Description, Performance Appraisal, Job Evaluation, and Job Design Overview of the Chapter Job Description Performance Appraisal Job Evaluation and Compensation Job Design/Redesign Chapter Summary 8. Staffing and Training Overview of the Chapter Staffing Training Chapter Summary 9. Doing a Job Analysis Study Overview of the Chapter Matching Purpose and Job Analysis Attributes Selecting Approaches Observations and Interviews Questionnaires Analyzing Data A Note About Accuracy in Job Analysis Chapter Summary 10. The Future of Job Analysis Overview of the Chapter Changing Conditions Implications for Jobs and Job Analysis Chapter Summary A Final Note Glossary References Index About the Authors
Michael T. Brannick earned his Ph.D. in industrial and organizational psychology from Bowling Green State University in 1986. He is currently associate professor in the Psychology Department at the University of South Florida. He teaches a graduate seminar in job analysis. His research interests include research methods and teams. Edward L. Levine earned his Ph.D. in industrial and organizational psychology from New York University in 1970. He is currently professor and chair of the Psychology Department at the University of South Florida. His research interests include job analysis, personnel selection, control in organizations, and self-efficacy. Dr. Levine is certified as a diplomate in Industrial and Organizational Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology. Frederick P. Morgeson is an Associate Professor of Management in the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. Dr. Morgeson received his Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Purdue University. He teaches, conducts research, and consults across a range of areas in Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior, including leadership, work analysis and design, work teams, organizational surveys, and personnel selection and staffing.
"Thoroughly updated and revised, Job and Work Analysis, Second Edition is the only book currently on the market to present the most important and commonly used methods in human resource management in such detail. The authors clearly outline how organizations can create programs to improve hiring and training, make jobs sager, provide a satisfying work environment, and help employees work smarter. Throughout, they provide practical tips on how to conduct a job analysis, often offering anecdotes from thier own experiences." -- Savannah Jones