Job analysis has been identified as a critical issue in human resource management (HRM); little research has focused on the relationship of work-related ethics between JA (JA) and HRM strategic decisions. This study aims to determine the effect of JA on human resource management strategic decisions at Jordanian institutions of higher education. We also examine how the impact of JA varies depending on how prevalent administrators work-related ethics are in each institution. The studys sample includes (420) individuals who work in supervisory academic and administrative roles at four universities. We test our proposed model in both public and private universities in Jordans northern region, using structural equation modeling (SEM) to analyze the data. According to the findings, JA positively impacts HRM strategic decisions. On the other hand, administrators work-related ethics considerably moderate the influence of JA. Theoretical and practical implications are discussed.
M. Taamneh, Mohammad; Mohammad Aljawarneh, Nader; Taamneh, Abdallah; and Alrousan, Ahmad
"Job Analysis and HRM Strategic Decisions: Administrators’ Ethics as Moderating Variable,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 11
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Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/isl/vol11/iss3/14