1 Analyzing and Documenting Your Job Analysis What do we do with all this information??? Method Sample Results Quantitative vs. qualitative.
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1 Analyzing and Documenting Your Job Analysis What do we do with all this information??? Method Sample Results Quantitative vs. qualitative
2 Available Guidance Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures (www.uniformguidelines.com)www.uniformguidelines.com Principles for the Validation and Use of Personnel Selection Procedures (published by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology)
3 Method How did you collect the data? Interviews Observation Questionnaire Other What was your procedure? Was it consistent across events? Include any documents used as part of the process Interview/observation protocols Task questionnaires
4 Sample Who provided the job information? Who did you talk to, observe, interview? Are these people representative of your population as a whole? Provide demographic information as relevant, while still protecting identity of respondents.
5 2005 Study: Questionnaire Response 79% (226) of the FBN workforce responded to the questionnaire !!! Responses were evenly distributed across the bureaus, grades and tenure groups. Distribution of responses, tracking to particular job categories, made sense compared with current bureau staffing information.
9 Results What are the important tasks and/or KSAOs for your purpose? How do you know that? Provide information that will allow the audience to determine if they agree with your assessment. With quantitative data, present at least means and standard deviations. Thoughts on determining and presenting results with qualitative data?
10 Example Descriptive Stats Note: Criticality scores (2*I + F) should range from 3-15.
16 Level of Agreement Important part of presenting results. If you have low agreement, need to determine the source Error? Real variance? Are there individual characteristics related to the variance (for example, experience) Quantitative vs. qualitative approaches
17 Job Descriptions First product that is often developed from job analysis data Should be fairly short and contain Job title Job summary Duties and tasks Qualifications Work conditions Stability of job descriptions