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Workload Analysis is a tool to translate business strategies to determine the level of productivity and improve the cost efficiency of an organization or company.
The results of the Workload Analysis can be used as support for the company's business development, such as increasing the company's target, regional, and/or market expansion.
Workload Analysis comes with many advantages for the business. By knowing the workload of each position in the work unit, it can describe:
Is the distribution of work even or not?
Which part is still a lot of Idle time VS Overload
Through this course, the participants will learn about calculating the optimum number of HR needs, how to calculate excess/shortage of HR, how to make recommendations for improving job descriptions (redesign of job duties) and SOPs, how to recommend improvements to organizational structure (merger/separation of work units), how to practice workload analysis interviews, how to practice calculating the workload and the need for the optimum number of human resources for a position/unit/company and other matters related to Workload Analysis.
By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:
Increase the optimization of working time in completing tasks that are included in the scope of work
Know which processes in the work that has not been carried out/need improvement in the activities currently being carried out
Use it as a projection of the number of human resources needed to complete tasks or jobs in the organization
Determine whether the existing human resources are lacking or excessive
Analyze the current HR productivity
Use as a basis for compiling the estimated cost of HR that needs to be allocated
Understanding Workload Analysis (Workload Analysis)
Purpose & Benefits of Workload Analysis
Types of Workload (Bogor BK, Individual BK, Work Unit BK, Company BK)
Approaches & Methods in Workload Analysis
Types of Tasks (Main, Additional, Miscellaneous, Routine, Periodic, Incidental)
Stages/Steps of Task Implementation
Task Execution Time
Data Analysis Techniques
Process/Steps for Implementing Workload Analysis
Interview in Workload Analysis
Calculation of the Workload of Positions, Individuals, Work Units, and Companies
Calculation of the Optimum Number of HR Needs
Calculation of excess/shortage of HR
Recommendations for improving job descriptions (redesign of job duties) and SOPs
Recommendations for improvement of organizational structure (merger/separation of work units)
Workload Analysis Interview Practice
Exercise in calculating the workload and the need for the optimal number of human resources for a position/unit/company