HRM Job Description, Analysis, and Design and Mutual Respect and Trust
The knowledge of jobs is used for many purposes, certainly in the field of HRM for healthcare organizations. In particular, knowledge of what a job requires an employee to do—the basis for pay—is essential to make comparisons with other jobs for market pricing and as the first step in evaluating jobs internally. Today and every day, as leaders or managers, we want to emphasize the golden rule of treating others the way we want to be treated. We are working with a diverse team of people from many cultures, traditions, backgrounds, and belief. This is what makes us a strong, effective, and successful healthcare organization.
In a minimum of 200 words, post to the Discussion Area your responses to the following:
- Consider the differences among a job description, a job analysis, and a job design. What is the importance of each in healthcare HRM?
- How would you foster a climate of mutual respect and trust among your team members?
- Suppose you are developing the job description, analysis, and design for a clinical team leader position. Does diversity relate to the position at all? Explain your answer. If yes, how will you address it?
Provide reasons and evidence in support of your responses.
Be sure to cite any relevant resources used in framing your responses. Apply APA standards to cite sources.
A job description is a list of terms, details, responsibilities and tasks related to a particular job opportunity. It is important in health HRM because the description offers more information regarding a particular post and all that entails that post. Job descriptions are common during the recruitment process and they help potential candidates in this filed to understand what is expected from them. Job analysis can be described….