Job and Work Analysis
Methods, Research, and Applications for Human Resource Management
- Frederick P. Morgeson - Michigan State University, USA
- Michael T. Brannick - University of South Florida, USA
- Edward L. Levine - University of South Florida, USA
Business & Management (General) | Human Resource Management | Organizational Psychology (General)
The new Third Edition includes new references, the latest research findings, and expanded discussions of competency models, teams, and O*NET.
“This book is the go-to source of information on job analysis. [A] unique, rich book, and a must-read for future job analysts, I/O psychologists, and HR professionals in training.”
“The book comprehensively covers both techniques for job analysis and uses for job analysis results. It is highly academically informative and easy to read with touches of humor throughout.”
“This is a step by step guide to successful job analysis.”
“This text is an HRM resource that shows the evolution of jobs through job analysis and the progression of job analysis in effective HRM.”
The text contains all the necessary elements to work the analysis and design of positions. Although I expected it to have more examples and tools, it has updated and didactic material for this type of courses.