Job descriptions are the cornerstone of communication between you and your staff.
After all, it’s hard for supervisors to measure job effectiveness during performance reviews unless you and the employee both know what you expect. Also, carefully drafted job descriptions can be useful tools in court. For example, if an employee files an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) lawsuit, courts will review what the organization has identified as the job’s “essential functions” to see if the charges have merit. Without a written job description, the court may decide for itself what functions are essential.
Learn the key ingredients for crafting effective and legal job descriptions. An actionable 10-point checklist is also included.
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