Job specification definition
Derived from job analysis, it is a statement of employee characteristics and qualifications required for satisfactory performance of defined duties and tasks comprising a specific job or function.
Doughlas McGregor Theory X and Y
X theoretical assumptions
Average, people have an inherent dislike of work and will avoid, if he can.
• They dislike work because most people must be controlled, and threatened that they will work not enough.
• The average human beings prefer to be directed, dislikes responsibility, is in the affirmative, safety above all else desire.
• These assumptions behind today's most organizational principles, and resulted in punishment, strict control of both the "hard" management, "soft" management work in a harmonious goals.
• These two items are "wrong" because he was at work the need for more economic returns, he also needs some deeper higher order motivation - the opportunity to realize their own.
• X theory managers do not give employees the opportunity to fashion the desired behavior of employees.
Y theoretical assumptions
• In the physical and mental work effort and expenditure of the same nature, games, or rest.
• Control and punishment are not the only ways to make people's work, he will direct himself if he is committed to the organization's goals.
• If the work is satisfactory, then the result will be commitment to the United Nations.
• ordinary learning, under appropriate conditions, not only to accept but also seek from the responsible.
• imagination, creativity and ingenuity can be used to solve a large number of staff work issues.
In the modern industrial living conditions • ordinary people's intellectual potential is only partially used.
Maslow’s Hierachy of Needs
Because of their physical needs relatively satisfied with the security needs of the