Integrating Employment Equity into the Job Analysis Process

This topic’s scope covers the Job Analysis Process. The Infographic shows a typical process and the suggested employment equity best practices to integrate into this process.

The Infographic shows a typical process and the suggested employment equity best practices to integrate into the Job analysis process.

The typical issues that employees experience and report as employment equity barriers are:

  • Managers sometimes state unreasonably high experience requirements (e.g. at least 5 years experience), resulting in few or no applicants from designated groups
  • There are no job descriptions, leaving the write-up of job adverts at the discretion of the line manager
  • Adverts for a position are not clearly defined

How does your company incorporate employment equity into the Job Analysis Process?

  • How have you integrated employment equity into the Job Analysis Process ?
  • What successes have you experienced ?
  • What challenges have you encountered ?
  • What barriers and affirmative action measures relating to Job Analysis have you included in your employment equity plan?

Click here for a comprehensive guide on how to Implement Employment Equity.

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