Assessing the completeness of a job analysis procedure

  • Taber T
  • Peters T
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Abstract

The current research analyzed employee perceptions of the completeness of a self-report, point-factor job evaluation system. Complementary qualitative and quantitative techniques were used to identify characteristics of jobs, characteristics of employees, and characteristics of the job evaluation procedure that affected employee perceptions of the system. Analyses indicated that the job evaluation instrument might describe some classes of jobs more completely than others. Situations where job evaluation is particularly problematic are identified and discussed. CR - Copyright © 1991 John Wiley & Sons

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  • Tom D. Taber

  • Theodore D. Peters

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