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 content.

A functional definition of what is done in a job can be generated by examining the three components of data, people, and things. The levels of these components are used to identify and compare important elements of jobs given in the Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT), a standardized data source provided by the federal government.

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