Choosing the Right Grahall Approach for Your Organization
The two key decisions that need to be made for each group of positions are which system(s) and which method(s) will be used. This combination of a system and a method creates the approach.
At the lower end of the spectrum GWS-1 (Whole Job) through GCS-25 (Competency) the applications are reasonably robust in terms of providing useful output for a majority of the traditional human resources needs. However, the three systems at the upper end of the scale such as GDS-50 (Grahall Dimension System), or GSS-250 (the Grahall Skill Based System) with its 250 or longer lists of skills, or the GTS-500 the Grahall Task Based System with its hundred or more tasks to be evaluated makes little sense for analyzing a janitor’s position.
Approach to Selecting the System and Method
The following diagram shows the areas of your organization that need evaluation, which will point you toward the correct choice of job analysis systems.