Zihad Al Amin

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Introduction: Dessler(2008) claimed that, developing an organizational structure results in jobs that have to be staffed. Job analysis is a procedure through which we find out what the job entails and what kind of qualities a person should have to be hired by an organization. Human resource is a very important asset for any organization and jab analysis and position description is the crown jewel of all. We have analyzed what type of information is included in job description and person specification in order to create job analysis and position description of an HRM lecturer in North South University, a medicine doctor of Square Hospitals and a financial officer of BRAC Bank ltd. We tried to show how that is done through this project report.
Over view of the organizations: It was a privilege for us to conduct a research and prepare a term paper on these three reputed organization in Bangladesh. Here is a brief overview of all the three institutions. i. North South University
(North South University, n.d.) North South University (NSU), the first private university in Bangladesh, was established in 1992 with the goals of providing high quality higher education, developing human resources, and providing well paying jobs to highly qualified faculty members with foreign degrees. Another key objective was to provide the training and opportunity to students and graduates for higher study abroad, either with a recognized degree or with transfer credits from NSU. This institution has been able to accomplish much of these intents and constantly strives to make the procedures more effective. ii. Square Hospitals
(SQUARE Hospitals Limited, n.d. )SQUARE Hospitals Limited, a concern of Square Group is a 300-bed tertiary care Hospital. This hospital is an affiliate partner of Methodist Healthcare, Memphis, Tennessee, USA, Christian Medical Collage, Vellore, India…...

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