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European Questionnaire for Job Analysis (EQJA)

Theoretical and Methodological Bases

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Edited By Adam Biela

This book shows what kind of theoretical and methodological bases should pertain to contemporary job analysis. The authors describe the European Questionnaire for Job Analysis as a new psychometric and econometric tool to measure the specific job requirements for work efficiency in the particular job positions in a company. Job analysis is primarily an object of interest in work and industrial psychology. However, currently there is an increasing number of interdisciplinary researchers, that is psychologists collaborating with economists, sociologists and other social science representatives, on work position analysis. The attractiveness of such research projects lies both in their theoretical and methodological mutual enrichments of collaborating psychologists and economists as well as in the subsequently increasing work efficiency and job satisfaction of the persons employed on the particular work positions.

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1.1. Epistemological and Methodological Specificity of Job Analysis (Adam Biela)

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Adam Biela

1.1. Epistemological and Methodological Specificity of Job Analysis

Abstract: This chapter underlines why job analysis is considered to be the elementary method in work, organizational, and industrial psychology. Only job analysis outcomes offer an empirical basis for problem-solving related to work. Thus, we propose reflections on the logical and epistemological specificity of job analysis methodology.

Where and why job analysis is necessary?

Job analysis functions as the main method in almost all developed branches of work and industrial psychology, such as:

– psychology of recruitment,

– psychology of personnel selection,

– engineering psychology,

– psychology of work security,

– psychology of work organization,

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