Functional Job Analysis

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The functional job analysis was firstly generated  by the Employment and Training Administration of the United States Department of Labor. This term was an analysis of the worker and the job role which will then produce information based on the employee’s actions and behaviours. 

The functional job analysis method divides job roles into 7 different areas which include: language, reasoning, people, maths, worker instructions, data and things; this then helps to collect  information to use in recruitment materials and work contracts

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Using a functional job analysis will make things easier.
Functional Job Analysis