JOB-FIT Gap Analysis Work Culture & Work Environment
Steps to JOB-FIT Gap Analysis: 1. Company responds to 48 Work Culture statements & 57 Work Environment requirements for each job opening 2. Applicants/Employees identify their 48 Work Culture & 57 Work Environment preferences from the same database 3. Company uses the Gap Analysis tool to compare the job requirements to the applicants' preferences and generates a JOB-FIT Gap Analysis which identifies the Best FIT
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The JOB-FIT Gap Analysis process is used to identify employees who are the BEST FIT for a specific job by using two unique dimensions; Work Culture & Work Environment. Work Culture assessment allows the job requirements and applicant’s preferences to be identified in areas that describe how work will be completed. For example: “Work on problems related to people” vs. “Work on problems related to objects or equipment”
After the requirements and preferences are identified the comparison is completed showing the items where the applicant doesn’t fit in the position. The resulting Gap Analysis can be used as the hiring criteria or a training plan for an existing employee.
Work Environment assessment allows the job requirements and applicant’s preferences to be identified in working conditions in the areas of interpersonal relationships, physical working conditions. For example: How often would you be willing to meet strict deadlines?
Measuring Job FIT gives you the power to: • Reduce Turnover • Promote More Effectively • Eliminate Stress • Increase Productivity • Manage More Efficiently • Improve Quality • Improve Communication • Enhance Profits/ROI
Published on May 25, 2011
The JOB-FIT Gap Analysis process is used to identify employees who are the BEST FIT for a specific job by using two unique dimensions; Work...