The Importance of Job Descriptions
A job description is used for a number of reasons. They can be to find great candidates for a position you have open, fine-tuning job duties, the creation of a new position, or keeping you legally safe from employee lawsuits.
Disgruntled or injured employees will and do look to their job description (as will attorneys and government agencies) if a dispute arises, so you really need to cover all the basics to keep your company safe.
Learning the ins and outs of writing job descriptions is something you must learn, no matter whether you’re using them to recruit, retrain, or stay on the legal side of employment law.
As Entrepreneur Magazine online states on job descriptions, “these steps may seem unnecessary, but remember, you are laying the foundations for your personnel policy, which will be essential as your company grows."
Below, you’ll find our 10 top tips on how to write job descriptions with ease.
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