Development of an O*NET Web-Based Job Analysis and its Implementation in the U. S. Navy: Lessons LearnedHuman Resource Management Review
AbstractJob analysis is described as the building block of most Human Resource (HR) functions. In recent years, many HR functions have been automated or adapted to computer applications; however, the use of computers for job analysis is lagging. The purpose of this paper is to describe a web-based job analysis process that is based on O*NET. The web-based job analysis process is more flexible and less resource intensive than traditional job analysis methods. The paper also will describe the application of the web-based job analysis process in the U.S. Navy and discuss strengths and limitations of this system.
Citation InformationRoni Reiter-Palmon, SkillsNET, SkillsNET, infoUSA, et al.. "Development of an O*NET Web-Based Job Analysis and its Implementation in the U. S. Navy: Lessons Learned" Human Resource Management Review Vol. 16 Iss. 3 (2006) p. 294 - 309
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