Knowledgebase: Job Analysis
Where can I read more about job analysis?
Posted by Cynthia W on 15 March 2007 12:23 AM

Journal Articles/Books related to job analysis:

  • Baruch,Y. & Lessem, R. (1995). Job analysis: can it still be applied? Indications for various organization levels. International Journal of Career Management, 7(6), 3-9.

 

  • Brophy, M. &  Kiely, T. (2002). Competencies: A new sector. Journal of European Industrial Training, 26(2-4), 165-176.

 

  • Chang, I. & Kleiner, B. (2002). How to conduct job analysis effectively. Management Research News, 25(3), 73-81.

 

  • Chen, H. (2006). Assessment center: A critical mechanism for assessing HRD effectiveness and accountability. Advances in developing human resources, 8(2), 247-264.

 

  • Chow, C. M. & Kleiner, B. H. (2002). How to differentiate essential job duties from marginal job duties. Management Law, 44(1), 121-127.

 

  • Cucina,J.,  Vasilopoulos, N. & Sehgal, K. (2005). Personality-Based Job Analysis and The Self-Serving Bias. Journal of Business and Psychology, 20(2), 275.

 

  • Dierdorff, E., Wilson, M. (2003). A meta-analysis of job analysis reliability. Journal of Applied Psychology, 88(4), 635-646.

 

  • Felsberg, E. (2004). Conducting job analyses and drafting lawful job descriptions under the Americans with disabilities act. Employment Relations Today, 31(3), 91-93.

 

  • Flanagan, John C. (1954). The Critical Incident Technique, Psychological Bulletin, 51, 4, July, 327-358.

 

  • Fowler, A. (2000). Writing job descriptions. London: CIPD.

 

  • Franklin, M. (2005).A guide to Job Analysis. Alexandria,Virginia:ASTD.

 

  • Hartley, D. (2004, September). Job Analysis at the Speed of Reality. Training & Development, 58(9), 20-22.

 

  • Harvey, R. &  Wilson, M. (2000). Yes Virginia, there is an objective reality in job analysis. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 21(7), 829-854.

 

  • Lin, Y. &  Kleiner, B. (2004). How to Hire Employees Effectively. Management Research News, 27(4/5), 108-115.

 

  • Karen, E. M. (2000). Work in the 21st Century: Implications for Job Analysis. SIOP. Division 14 of the American Psychological Association.

 

  • McCormick, E.J., & Jeanneret, P.R. (1988). Position Analysis Questionnaire (PAQ). In Gale, S., (Ed.). The Job Analysis Handbook for Business, Industry and Government, Vol.2., New York: Wiley.

 

  • Menne, J. W. (1981). Competency based assessment and the profession of psychology. Professional Practice of Psychology, 2(1), 17-28.

 

  • Morgeson, F.P., & Campion, M.A. (In press). A framework of potential sources of inaccuracy in job analysis. In W. Bennett, Jr (Ed). The future of job analysis. Mahwah, NJ: LEA.

 

  • Morgeson, F. &  Campion, M. (2000). Accuracy in job analysis: Toward an inference-based model. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 21(7), 819-827.

 

  • Morgeson, F., Delaney-Klinger, K.  Mayfield, M., Ferrara, P. & Campion, M. (2004). Self-Presentation Processes in Job Analysis: A Field Experiment Investigating Inflation in Abilities, Tasks, and Competencies. Journal of Applied Psychology, 89(4), 674-686.

 

  • Palmer, H. & Valet, W. (2001). Job analysis: Targeting needed skills. Employment Relations Today, 28(3), 85-92.

 

  • Pearn, M. and Kandola, R. (1993).  Job Analysis: A Manager's Guide.  London: IPD.

 

  • Prien, K.,  Prien, E. & Wooten, W. (2003). Interrater reliability in job analysis: Differences in strategy and perspective. Public Personnel Management, 32(1), 125.

 

  • Spector, P. (2000). Introduction: Job analysis accuracy versus consequential validity. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 21(7), 807.

 

  • Tross, S. & Maurer, T. (2000). The Relationship Between SME Job Experience and Job Analysis Ratings: Findings with and without Statistical Control. Journal of Business and Psychology, 15(1), 97-110.

 

  • Van Wart, M. (2000). The Return to Simpler Strategies in Job Analysis: The Case of Municipal Clerks. Review of Public Personnel Administration, 20(3), 5-27.