ICTD International Centre for Training and Development

Job Analysis, Description, Evaluation Skills & Organizational Structures Preparation

Available dates

Nov 17—21, 2019
5 days
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
USD 3300
USD 660 per day

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About the course

This course is designed for everyone who requires an appreciation or an in-depth knowledge of writing job profiles and job descriptions, and/or an understanding of how to implement a job evaluation scheme and develop grade structures underpinned by professional job analysis and job evaluation techniques, including Directors/Managers/ Analysts/Generalists in all areas of Human Resources, as well as Specialists who focus on Compensation and Benefits and Reward.

Course Objectives

This course will provide you with the information and guidance to design and define job roles and key accountabilities of each job to support your organization structure and business goals, and the key objectives of this course are to help you develop the following skills:

  • Understand the main components of job analysis and how to establish a framework
  • Know how to use job analysis to understand job roles and accountabilities
  • Know the numerous different output formats of job analysis (such as role summary, job accountability statement, job descriptions, and job profiles)
  • Know the step-by-step guide to developing job descriptions and job profiles
  • Develop the skills required to write job descriptions and person specifications
  • Understand how to use job families to simplify job analysis
  • Know the link of job analysis to job evaluation and grading and performance management
  • Know best-practice to communicate the results of job analysis to employees
  • Understand how to use job analysis to improve organizational design and development

Course Outline

Structure and strategy for HRP

  • Introduction and seminar objectives
  • The difference between the old and new roles of manpower planning
  • How HRP departments need to be structures
  • The three principal areas of operation in today’s HRP function
  • Area One - STRATEGY - What is strategy and how we are involved
  • The 10 key inputs for HRP
  • Predictive tools for organizational change – the LAND/MILLER model
  • Case study and group exercise

Understanding organizational design

  • The basis of organizational design
  • Downsizing – case study and group work
  • Right sizing any organization
  • How much does the human resource cost – calculating your value – case study
  • How to calculate how many people you need in any organization – group work
  • Which employees give the most value? – Case study
  • What does lost production cost – group work
  • Review of group work

An Introduction to job analysis and job evaluation

  • The corporate environment
  • The HR role and line management responsibilities
  • An introduction to job analysis
  • An introduction to job evaluation
  • The use of behavioral competencies
  • The need for job analysis and evaluation
  • The relationship with wider reward management planning
  • Change Management

Job Analysis Techniques

  • Definition of role and job analysis
  • Compare various techniques to analyze specific jobs
  • Examine different methodologies
  • Designing appropriate job profile documentation
  • Selecting benchmark jobs
  • The role of the job analyst
  • Collecting, recording and analyzing information
  • The job analysis interview
  • Completing the job profile document

Types of Scheme

  • Definition of job evaluation
  • Uses of job evaluation
  • Examine different methodologies
  • Analytical and non-analytical schemes
  • Points rating
  • Factor comparison

  • Job ranking

  • Internal benchmarking or job matching

  • Job classification

  • Assessing evaluation schemes

Course Methodology

A variety of methodologies will be used during the course that includes:

  • (30%) Based on Case Studies

  • (30%) Techniques

  • (30%) Role Play

  • (10%) Concepts

  • Pre-test and Post-test

  • Variety of Learning Methods

  • Lectures

  • Case Studies and Self Questionaires

  • Group Work

  • Discussion

  • Presentation

Who should attend

  • HR Professionals who have responsibility for influencing compensation policy and structures within their organization
  • HR Professionals who need to understand more about pay and grading structures and how they are designed and implemented
  • Any Management Professionals who makes compensation related decisions, e.g. determines pay level awards in the course of completing employee appraisals
  • HR Professionals who advise senior managers on compensation issues.
  • Line Professionals and HR Professionals, Compensation and Benefit Specialists.
  • Senior Management Professionals and HR Professionals who need to have a strategic understanding and view of employee compensation

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