Job Analysis and Section

Job Analysis and Section

  • Submitted By: tahoe
  • Date Submitted: 01/31/2009 2:21 PM
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Career Development Plan Part I
Job Analysis and Section at InterClean/EnviroTech

Job Analysis and Section at IntraClean/Envirotech
InterClean has merged with EnviroTech and, as a result, has taken on a new strategic direction. The $8 million dollar institutional and industrial cleaning and sanitation industry is no longer about the product that works. The industry has evolved into providing the best solutions and services to customers to make cleaning efforts efficient in an industry with stringent requirements and environmental safety. InterClean/EnviroTech’s future success is dependent on our ability to provide solutions to our customers. Customers, especially in the healthcare industry, are looking for turn-key solutions that include product training for employees, regular monitoring and info-sharing of new relevant regulations. Our goal is to provide a full spectrum of cleaning services and solutions. Under the newly proposed solution/service model, our sales representatives will be grouped into multifunctional teams that link high-quality products with high-quality service (InterClean, 2008).

According to HR Guide to the Internet, job analysis is a process to identify and determine in detail the particular job duties and requirements and the relative importance of these duties for a given job. Job analysis is a process where judgments are made about data collected on a job (HR Guide, n.d.). An effective job analysis gathers information and focuses on behaviors and tasks and identifies the employee’s knowledge, skills, and abilities. Not only does a job analysis provide information about the tasks, but it also includes personal characteristics as well. Personal characteristics include but are not limited to education, experience, specialized training, personality and skills. Furthermore, HR Guide states that job analysis establishes 'job relatedness' of employment procedures such as training, selection, compensation, and performance appraisal (HR...

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