What are the components involved in job analysis?

QuestionsWhat are the components involved in job analysis?
Akshaj Singh asked 2 years ago
3 Answers
Deepak Goyal answered 2 years ago
Job evaluation is done to understand the position of the particular job in the organisation by comparing it with other jobs. Job analysis helps us to recruit the right person at the right in return for the right pay. They act as the main way in which the job standards are maintained by the organisation according to the needs and requirements.
Nikhil Rawat answered 2 years ago
The components of job analysis comprise the main element of the job (description), task (requirement), duty, position, job, occupation and job environment. These are the factors that affect the performance of the employee in an organisation and the job should be well described to understand the success or the superiority of the particular job over others.
Priya Vishwas answered 2 years ago
All the factors related to the job comprise the procedure of job analysis. The job can be analysed only if all the factors affect the job directly and indirectly. The main factors or components are salary and their requirements of skills. Other factors like job specifications and descriptions act as aids to these factors. It is important to analyse all these factors to understand the correct position of the job.