7 Benefits of a Good Job Analysis
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How many times has it happened when asking: “What are the functions to be performed in this position?” It can seem as if someone has asked a three year old child about quantum physics. This question can be answered by doing an analysis of appropriate jobs that may have corresponding positions in you organization.
Many times companies- whether they be small, medium, or large- do not give appropriate importance to the analysis of job posts or they lack an adequate system of information. The result of this will be a terrible human resources organization: Positioning employees in roles in which they do not fit the profile, the designation of faulty duties, compensation beyond market standards, etc.
Advantages of Job Analysis
1. Better use of resources. Since having, creating and nurturing an adequate system of information, will thus allow those responsible for decision making to be clear of the resources needed to grow.
2. Fair compensation. Analyze how employees with similar positions are compensated and compare salaries from the rest of the market.
3. Determine realistic performance levels. When you know and recognize the important activities and differentiate the urgent activities, so also to additionally assess the value of each of the positions objectively.
4. Knowledge specificity. At the government level is very common to know of accountants in the area of training or administrators in the medical field and this causes much confusion. While it is true that everyone can contribute something to the growth of the company, it is also important that those who have specific knowledge should fill the jobs that need them otherwise, frustration will grow among workers.
5. Training. This item will improve according to the level of knowledge we have about the post as this will recognize the real needs of skills of the person who will cover the position.
6. Improving the work environment. Avoid confusion in gaps that may occur both in the chain of command and in daily work.
7. Eliminate non-essential requirements and demands. This can cause a company to become highly bureaucratic and instead of resolving problems, it makes problems bigger.
Visit with your team and listen to what they say. A good internal communication tool, like an Enterprise Social Network, will help you carry out an analysis of adequate and useful job roles.
Getting to know the roles and correctly profiling the positions of each employee is the main pillar in teamwork. Enterprise Social Networks allow you to create leadership, process management, and strong enterprise collaboration. If you still do not use Zyncro, we recommend you try it today by clicking HERE. Take your company to the forefront, turn it into an enterprise 2.0.
Ma. Teresa Farfán (@MomBita) is a psychologist graduate from UNAM, with experience in practising psychology both publically and privately in which she seeks an ethical practice and in favor of improving the quality of life and ensuring an integral experience of those with whom she works, be it individuals or companies, looking for teamwork, professionalization, and standardization She has experience in the area of culture, organizational communication, consumer and sales psychology. She participates actively in social undertakings such as Átomo Educativo and is co-founder of khÜn Psicología, a company that seeks to bring psychology to companies and individuals with a multi-disciplinary approach.