Career Development Plan Part I—Job Analysis and Selection

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The purpose of this job analysis is in response to the current merger facing InterClean Incorporated and its employees. Welcoming this opportunity and supporting changes on this journey is encouraged. This report will explain the job analysis, describe the workforce planning system, identify the selection method, and the chosen employees.
Job Analysis for new Salesperson Positions in InterClean Job Analysis Methods:
The combination of the job performance and interview method could help InterClean design the qualifications and primary functions for the new sales position. The job performance method is well suited for the development of tests and interviews as well as the design of performance appraisals and training. Interviews
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His reputation validates that he knows how to interact with customers and handle situations in a professional manner. Follows through with goals and knows how to implement with success.
 Susan Burnt- O/S Sales Rep- She has been with the company for a while so it shows she has dedication and a lot of experience with understanding different departments of the company. Her experience with each department she worked in shows that she is determined and aggressive for challenges to help her grow as an individual. Knowing that she understands what’s involved and can go to the root of the problem if there may be any to make sure the job is done correctly. Her interaction with each department shows that she gets along with co-workers, therefore she would have the same type of relationship with customers because she values each relationship.
 Eric Borden- O/S Sales Rep (Training Manager)- He is self-disciplined to ensure that he is always current with new development and in compliance with regulations. His success in leading the company to financial growth shows that he is able to plan, organize, and execute successfully. Furthermore, he can communicate successfully internally with co-workers and externally with customers. He has the potential and possibility of being a Training

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