13 Job Description Dos and Don'ts
When you think about it, no HR document is more important than the job description. It's the architectural blueprint of your company, showing what all parts of the organization do, how they interrelate, and who sees that the work gets done.
Fill out a recruitment ad and you're reflecting a job description. Plan staffing, draw up a compensation scheme or evaluate performance … those start with the job description too. All of which makes it amazing that, in lots of companies, job descriptions are done once, gathered in a binder, and never looked at again.
ERI's new White Paper, 13 Job Description Dos and Don'ts, will explain how to make your job descriptions accurate, effective, and legally compliant, and will help you avoid the following mistakes:
• Mistake #1: Job Descriptions That Are Overly Vague
• Mistake #2: Incorrect Use of Employment Terms
• Mistake #3: Failure to Accurately Describe the Job
• Mistake #4: Listing Unreasonable Expectations
• Mistake #5: Relying on Abbreviations or Jargon
• Plus 8 more!
In addition to listing these common mistakes, and how to avoid them, our White Paper also explains step-by-step the 6 steps you should use in creating a job description.
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