Prof. Aleksandra Stoilkovska, PhD,  Gordana Serafimovic, PhD Candidate




Human resources management seriously takes care of the employees’ potentials. For this purpose the placement in an appropriate job position according to the employees’ skills, talent and performances contributes to increased job satisfaction is inevitable. Thus they are more motivated to achieve high performance and self-development in the context of improved personal performance required to execute the duties of a particular job position. On the other hand, changes affect the shifting of work activities in workplaces. It implies the need for re-analysis of each job, after which each one of them will be designed and staff will be allocated according to their competencies.
In order the human management resources sector to function seamlessly to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the company it is inevitable to perform work analysis. Although it is an expensive and difficult process that is most often avoided, the benefit of it is multiple in terms of making an appropriate description of the tasks of the job position, responsibilities and powers, but also in terms of the changed needs of modern competencies of employees.
This paper is a review of the validity of the job analysis in the human resource management.

Key words:  human resource management, work analysis, job description, job specification, redesign of the work place, compatibility of competencies, work activities