students to use their knowledge of workforce planning, legal and ethical issues, and job analysis and design to create essential functions and minimum qualifications for a specific HR job. the use of the Strayer Writing Standards (SWS) for citations and formatting, with support available through the library, and any additional instructions from the instructor.

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students to use their knowledge of workforce planning, legal and ethical issues, and job analysis and design to create essential functions and minimum qualifications for a specific HR job. the use of the Strayer Writing Standards (SWS) for citations and formatting, with support available through the library, and any additional instructions from the instructor.

Overview
In Week 5, you will create a full job description using what you have
learned about workforce planning, legal and ethical issues, and job
analysis and design. This activity provides you the opportunity to
prepare for that assignment by asking you to develop two key components
of a job description: essential functions and minimum qualifications
(knowledge, skills, and abilities) for the HR job you chose from the
O*NET database below: Your Job Title: Sales Executive O*NET title and
job number: Sales Manager 11-2022.00
Prepare
Using the main occupational keyword search box, then enter human resource.
From the results, choose one of the occupation titles specific to HR
that is of interest to you. Click on the title to open the full
occupational job summary. Carefully review the job summary and typical
job titles, the occupation-specific information, occupation
requirements, experience requirements, worker requirements, worker
characteristics, and workforce characteristics to get a good sense of
the scope of the job.
Using the information you find, you will download and complete the
Developing a Job Description Template, linked below. Download the
template and change the file name to include your first initial and last
name (for example, cf_BUS335_w03a1_template.docx_SPeters).
Then, answer each section in the template using complete sentences and a
professional tone. Be sure to cite your sources of information.
Instructions
state the occupational title you chose. Then, complete the following:
Section 1: Essential Functions and Qualifications
Describe at least five essential functions of the position:
Using the drop-down list under the Task section, locate all the task
statements for the job you selected from the list of job titles.
Review all task statements and select those you feel most effectively explain the job.
Use the task statements you selected to create the essential functions that describe the work being performed. Note: You may find it necessary to group more than one of the task statements into a single essential function.
Describe at least three minimum qualifications for knowledge.
Using the drop-down lists under the Occupational and Worker
Requirements and Worker Characteristics sections, review all the
qualifications listed for the job you selected.
Select what you think are the minimum knowledge requirements needed
to develop clearly worded qualifications required for successful job
performance.
Describe at least three minimum qualifications for skills.
Using the drop-down lists under the Occupational and Worker
Requirements and Worker Characteristics sections, review all the
qualifications listed for the job you selected.
Select what you think are the minimum skill requirements needed to
develop clearly worded qualifications required for successful job
performance.
Describe at least three minimum qualifications for abilities.
Using the drop-down lists under the Occupational and Worker
Requirements and Worker Characteristics sections, review all the
qualifications listed for the job you selected.
Select what you think are the minimum ability requirements needed to
develop clearly worded qualifications required for successful job
performance.
Section 2: Legal Considerations
Discuss the legal considerations that factor into selecting the qualifications to include in job descriptions.
Explain your choices.
Describe two key laws that impact staffing specifically.
Explain your choices.
Sources
Use at least three sources to support your writing, including your textbook and O*NET Online.
Choose sources that are credible, relevant, and appropriate, and
cite your sources correctly. For help with research, writing, and
citation, access the library or review library guides.
You may cite your textbook and O*NET Online.
List your sources in the Sources section of the template.
When you are finished, save your work and submit the completed template via the link in your course.
This course requires the use of Strayer Writing Standards (SWS). The
library is your home for SWS assistance, including citations and
formatting. Please refer to the Library site for all support. Check with your instructor for any additional instructions.

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