Occupationally-Specific Skills: Using Skills to Define and Understand Jobs and their RequirementsHuman Resource Management Review
AbstractRecent work in Human Resources (HR) has highlighted the importance of understanding and identifying occupationally-specific skills. The purpose of this article is to describe the need to identify occupationally-specific skills and outline a methodology used to create occupationally-specific skills. Evidence of the validity of the methodology used is presented. The article concludes by identifying possible uses for occupationally-specific skills and providing information about actual implementation and use of systems based on occupationally-specific skills.
Citation InformationRoni Reiter-Palmon, Marcy Young, SkillsNET, SkillsNET, et al.. "Occupationally-Specific Skills: Using Skills to Define and Understand Jobs and their Requirements" Human Resource Management Review Vol. 16 Iss. 3 (2006) p. 356 - 375
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