Impact of Job Analysis on Job Performance: a Study of Public Sector Organizations of Pakistan

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IMPACT OF JOB ANALYSIS ON JOB PERFORMANCE: A STUDY OF PUBLIC SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS OF PAKISTAN By Muhammad Safdar Rehman NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MODERN LANGUAGES ISLAMABAD April 2009 Impact of Job Analysis on Job Performance: A Study of Public Sector Organizations of Pakistan By Muhammad Safdar Rehman A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY In Management Science To FACULTY OF ADVANCED INTEGRATED STUDIES AND RESEARCH (Management Science) NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MODERN LANGUAGES, ISLAMABAD April, 2009 DEDICATED TO MY KIND AND AFFECTIONATE FATHER MR.ABDUL REHMAN SOHALVI(LATE) ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Myriad thanks to Almighty Allah, the Omnipotent and the…show more content…
I also solemnly declare that it shall not, in future, be submitted by me for obtaining any other degree from this or any other university or institution. I also understand that if evidence of plagiarism is found in my dissertation at any stage, even after the award of a degree, the work may be cancelled and the degree revoked. June 30, 2010 Date ______________________________ Signature Muhammad Safdar Rehman Name iii ABSTRACT Job Analysis forms the core of most human resource activities and can perform a number of functions. Researchers in strategic human resource management have established a relationship between human resource management (HRM) practices and organizational performance, but the relationship between HRM practice like Job Analysis – Job Performance, the intervening process recruitment, connecting Job Analysis and Job Performance remains unexplored. This research attempts to assess the impact of Job Analysis on Job Performance on the basis of the opinions of the employees of public sector regulatory authorities. A survey questionnaire was designed and pre-tested. The study was carried out by taking a sample size of 568 employees of Pakistan public sector regulatory authorities from Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), Oil
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