Virtual Class: Job Analyses and Job Descriptions

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Virtual Training-Online Only

This course is a virutal course and will be held from 9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 

The purpose of this training is to provide individuals with the skills necessary to conduct job analyses and create job descriptions.

Related Certifications: 
HR Certification

CEUs: .40 (3.5 Clock Hrs)

Objectives: This course will teach participants how to conduct job analyses and develop job descriptions that can support and defend pay decisions. Participants will learn what a job analysis is, what it can be used for and the legal implications of job analysis. The course will also provide a standard description process of how to write a job description

Who should attend Any HR personnel, compensation specialists, supervisors, managers who are responsible for compensation decisions

Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:

  • Define job analyses
  • Review the laws and EEO Statutes and their implications on identifying essential job functions
  • Discuss the steps to conducting a job analysis
  • Identify key components of the job analysis interview
  • Define what is included in a job description
  • Identify essential functions of a job
  • Identify and describe competencies
  • Write a well-constructed job description


Fees: $145 members; $185 nonmembers

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