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Job Fit

“Job fit” refers to the assessment of current knowledge, skills, competencies and other key qualifications of an individual against the requirements of a specific role, current or future.

 
Job Profiles

Job profiles define the required skills, competencies, certifications, work experiences and other attributes required for success in a particular job or role. 

 

Job profiles are a fundamental building block for any strategic talent strategy: they establish the ground-rules and criteria for hiring, they establish standards for evaluation of performance, and they are used by managers to make sure teams are organized in an efficient manner.  Most companies have job profiles defined in job families (e.g. a database programmer fits into the family of database professionals, which fits into the family of IT professionals).  These families can be purchased off-the-shelf from many providers but are often custom developed as part of HR and organization design.

 
Job Rotation

Job rotation involves moving a leader through a series of jobs or assignments that are designed to broaden his / her knowledge of business operations and prepare for career advancement.

 
Job Shadowing
“Job shadowing” is an activity in which an individual spends time with a professional on the job, observing actual workplace tasks in order to explore best-practice performance in the work environment.
 
Just-in-Time Learning
"Just-in-time learning” refers to making learning available when needed by the learner, and at the time that the learner needs the information, knowledge or skill.