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Hi, Can any one of you give me a clear idea about the difference between Job Description-Job Specification-Job Identification-Job Analysis? Regards, Ranjani.
Posted 7th January 2008 From India, Hyderabad
Job description is a written statement that defines the duties, relationships and results expected of anyone in the job. It is an overall view of what is to be done in the job.

Job Specification is an analysis of the kind of person it takes to do the job, that is to say, it lists the qualifications. Typically this would include

Degree of education
Desirable amount of previous experience in similar work
Specific Skills required

Regards
Navya
Posted 7th January 2008 From India, Hyderabad
Hi

I used to read this topic at about.com. You can use Google to search them or visit Human Resources - Business Management Development Jobs Consulting Training Policy Human Resources

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Posted 16th October 2009 From Vietnam,
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Posted 21st October 2009 From Vietnam,
hi ,

job description implies the exact job /work responsibilities what a partular person has to handle or perform. in overall view what is to be done related to a particular designation ...


job Specification specifies the criterias / skills required related to a particular job which would include Total year of experience , Relevant Experience , Qualifications , Linguistic Proficiency etc...

hope it can help you to have an clear idea !!

regards
bandita
Posted 18th August 2010 From India, Bangalore



 
 
 
 







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