[IPAC-List] Job Analysis That Includes Work Setting?

Aamodt, Mike maamodt at RADFORD.EDU
Fri Jun 4 08:00:20 EDT 2021

Hi John,

Back in 1979, Walter Rohmert and Kurt Landau wrote a book titled, "A New Technique for Job Analysis."  In the book they describe a job analysis technique, AET, that focuses on the work environment.  This might be a good place to start.

Take care,



Michael G. Aamodt, Ph.D. (Mike)
Professor Emeritus
Department of Psychology
Radford University
Radford, VA  24142-6946
(202) 280-2172
maamodt at radford.edu<mailto:maamodt at radford.edu>

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Can anyone suggest a good written treatment of how to include analysis of
work environment as part of a job analysis?

I'm most interested in methods discussions, but would also benefit from any
examples of a job analysis that did a particularly good job of including
this consideration.  Part of our interesting is considering the "new
reality" of teleworking and how to assess what might be tasks which require
an employee to be in the office versus teleworking from home.

Thanks in advance!

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