Guidelines for Best Practice in the Use of Job Analysis Techniques
Job analysis is an important precursor to many Human Resource activities. For this reason, we are committed to promoting and maintaining quality practices in this area. These guidelines are based on current professional opinion and are intended to provide an account of best practice. They are supplied to clients, and should be used for guidance only. They are NOT intended as a substitute for a recognised training course or advice from a trained professional.
The principles discussed in this guide are likely relevant around the world, but the reader is always advised to check in with local country representatives in terms of what specific requirements may be required of job analysis techniques. One example of where this would be important is in the US as well as South Africa, where a higher level of rigour may be necessary for legal defensibility.