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Muhammad Usman Zafar
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National College of Business Administration & Economics, Lahore
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Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
job analysis, human resource, mangers, product sector, service sector, large organizations, medium organizations, small organizations, banking services, i.t services, health care services, government services, traveling services, education services, construction services, financial services, industry, agricultural products, products

In this research, the main focus was to identify different variables which should be highlighted for effective proceeding of job analysis practices in Pakistan. For this purpose human resource expert were asked to identify the effect and use of different variables for analyzing job analysis practices in Lahore. Another reason was to understand the job design process and practices for model development in Pakistan. The thesis is divided into different parts and parts are reported inform of chapters.

First parts gives formal introduction, provide information regarding importance of job analysis and objectives of the study. Then different type of hypothesis were reported. At the end the organization of thesis was reported.

Second part provides some theoretical back ground on subject matter. Different concepts and areas were discussed in theoretical back ground of job analysis. This theoretical background on was followed by the research work presented by different researchers. Literature review was given of those works that used job analysis as a tool or explore new dimension or techniques of job analysis. Some other researches have been added to this thesis to support certain comments or application procedure.

Third part is a typical and must ingredient of research and popular as research methodology. This area discussed the techniques by which this research was conducted. This chapter represents the population and sample design, rationale of questionnaire, validity of questionnaire, reliability of data, statistical software techniques used.

Fourth part is about analysis of results and discussion of results. Three types of analyses were done. Descriptive statistics wee used to explore the pattern of practice of all variables. Geometric mean of variable groups were also computed to analyze the behavior pattern of variables groups across different data categories in variables. Then hypothesis testing were done to find out association between job satisfaction and job design variables. Multivariate analysis is the nest portion of this chapter that included two type of analysis one is considered as management analysis and second is purely statistical technique. First is known as job characteristic model and is calculates the motivation potential score of a job. Second analysis is multinomial logistic regression. This techniques is applied because our data was based on likart scale. AT the end different variable were identified and placed under three loops, job loop, personality loop and technical loop. The significance of these loops were tested through structural equations,.

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1 0 Contents
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2 1 Introduction 1
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  1.1 Job Analysis And Its Importance 1
  1.2 Research Objectives 2
  1.3 Research Hypothesis 3
  1.4 Organization 4
3 2 Literature Review 5
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  2.1 Introduction 5
  2.2 Role Of Job Analysis 5
  2.3 Description Of Job Analysis 6
  2.4 Job Analysis In Principles 7
  2.5 Job Analysis Information 7
  2.6 Methods Of Analyzing Jobs 8
  2.7 Evaluations Of Existing Approaches To Job Analysis 9
  2.8 Analyzing Managerial Jobs 13
  2.9 Advantages And Disadvantaged Of 5 Popular Job Analysis 14
  2.10 Cost & Benefits Of Alternative Job Analysis Methods 16
  2.11 Job Characteristics Model 17
  2.12 Literature Review 20
4 3 Methodology 32
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  3.1 Introduction 32
  3.2 Rationale Of Questionnaire 33
  3.3 Validity Of Questionnaire 37
  3.4 Training Of Investigators 37
  3.5 Population 38
  3.6 Sample Design And Size 38
  3.7 Data Categories 39
  3.8 Data Entry 41
  3.9 Reliability Of Data 41
  3.10 Statistical Techniques 41
5 4 Univariate Analysis And Interpretation 42
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  4.1 Introduction 42
  4.2 Descriptive Statistics Of Overall Data 42
  4.3 Descriptive Statistics Of Product Sector 45
  4.4 Descriptive Statistics Of Service Sector 45
  4.5 Descriptive Statistics Of Large Organizations 45
  4.6 Descriptive Statistics Of Medium Organizations 46
  4.7 Descriptive Statistics Of Small Organizations 46
  4.8 Descriptive Statistics Of Product Large Organizations 46
  4.9 Descriptive Statistics Of Product Medium Organizations 46
  4.10 Descriptive Statistics Of Product Small Organizations 47
  4.11 Descriptive Statistics Of Service Large Organizations 47
  4.12 Descriptive Statistics Of Service Medium Organizations 47
  4.13 Descriptive Statistics Of Service Small Organizations 48
  4.14 Descriptive Statistics Of Banking Service 48
  4.15 Descriptive Statistics Of I.T Services 48
  4.16 Descriptive Statistics Of Health Care Services 49
  4.17 Descriptive Statistics Of Government Services 49
  4.18 Descriptive Statistics Of Food Serving Organizations 50
  4.19 Descriptive Statistics Of Traveling Services 50
  4.20 Descriptive Statistics Of Education Services 50
  4.21 Descriptive Statistics Of Construction Services 51
  4.22 Descriptive Statistics Of Financial Services 51
  4.23 Descriptive Statistics Of Miscellaneous Services Industries 51
  4.24 Descriptive Statistics Of Textile Industry 52
  4.25 Descriptive Statistics Of Sport Goods 52
  4.26 Descriptive Statistics Of Sanitary Goods 53
  4.27 Descriptive Statistics Of Pharmaceutical Organization 53
  4.28 Descriptive Statistics Of Paper Manufacturing Organizations 53
  4.29 Descriptive Statistics Of Agricultural Products 54
  4.30 Descriptive Statistics Of Automobile Industries 54
  4.31 Descriptive Statistics Of Food And Beverages Industries 54
  4.32 Descriptive Statistics Of Leather Goods Manufacturing Industries 55
  4.33 Descriptive Statistics Of Miscellaneous Product Industries 55
  4.34 Group Analysis 56
  4.35 Bi- Variate Analysis 57
  4.36 Motivational Potential Score 60
  4.37 Multivational Logistic Regression Analysis 65
  4.38 Structural Equation Analysis 71
6 5 Conclusion And Policy Implication 83
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  5.1 Introduction 83
  5.2 Descriptive Analysis 83
  5.3 Association Analysis 87
  5.4 Structural Equation Analysis 89
  5.5 Policy Implication 91
  5.6 Scope For Further Studies 96
7 6 References And Appendix 97-140
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