Affect theory of Job satisfaction

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Edwin A. Locke’s Range of Affect Theory (1976) is arguably the most famous job satisfaction model. The main premise of this ...

Equity theory of Job satisfaction

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Equity Theory shows how a person views fairness in regard to social relationships such as with an employer. A person identifies the amount of input (things gained) from a relationship compared ...

Job Description & Job Specification

Job Analysis is a primary tool to collect job-related data. The process results in collecting and recording two data sets including job description and job specification. Any job vacancy can not be filled until and unless HR manager has these two sets ...

Job Analysis Tools

Job Analysis supports all other management activities including recruitment and selection, training and development need analysis, performance analysis and appraisal, job evaluation, job rotation, enrichment and enlargement, a right job-individual fit ...

Advantages and Disadvantages of Job Analysis

Though job analysis plays a vital role in all other human related activities but every process that has human interventions also suffers from some limitations. The process of job analysis also has its own constraints. So, let us discuss the advantages ...

What is Job Analysis?

A job analysis is a systematic method to discover and describe the differences and similarities among jobs. A good job analysis collects sufficient information to adequately identify, define, and describe the content of a job. Since job titles may be misleading ...

Managerial Job Analysis

Because managerial jobs are different in character from jobs with clearly observable routines and procedures, some specialized methods have evolved for their analysis. One of the most well known and widely used methods was developed at Control Data Corporation ...

Functional Job Analysis

This method is a comprehensive approach to job analysis. FJA considers: —goals of the organization, —what workers do to achieve those goals in their jobs, —level and orientation of what workers do, —performance standards, and —training ...

Computerized Job Analysis

As computer technology has expanded, researchers have developed computerized job analysis systems. They all have several common characteristics, including the way they are administered. First, analysts compose task statements that relate to all jobs. They ...

Specialized Job Analysis Methods

Several job analysis methods are built on the questionnaire approach. Some of these methods are described next. POSITION ANALYSIS QUESTIONNAIRE (PAQ) The Position Analysis Questionnaire (PAQ) developed by McCormick, Jeanneret, and Mecham (1972) is a structured ...
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