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How to Gather Data in Preparing for the Job Description

How to Gather Data in Preparing for the Job Description Data gathering for human resource management, however, is often not highly funded in organizations, though there is some evidence of a change in attitude on this matter. + read more


Action Verbs and Expected Results in Writing Duty Statements

Action Verbs and Expected Results in Writing Duty Statements Action verbs at the beginning of duty statements quickly inform the reader of the kind of action the person is engaged in. Properly chosen verbs tell, with some precision, what the person does. + read more


Position Specific Versus General Responsibilities In The Job Description

Position Specific Versus General Responsibilities In The Job Description Position specific responsibilities are those unique to the specific position being described by the job description. Distinguishing position specific from general responsibilities helps clearly differentiate a given job from other jobs, while at the same time clarifying expectations that are the same for many employees. + read more


Work Activities Versus Semi-Work Activities

Work Activities Versus Semi-Work Activities An efficient and relatively simple way to prepare job description is to break the job into major functions for which the employee bears direct responsibility. These functions should be defined in such a way as to cover essentially all of the tasks incorporated in the job. + read more


How Do Job Descriptions Describe Operational Relationships?

How Do Job Descriptions Describe Operational Relationships? In the organizational relations portion of the job description, you should show informational, material, and monetary resource flows to the job as well as the sources of these flows. + read more


How to Write a Job Description

How to Write a Job Description A job description should indicate how the job fits into the line structure of the administrative hierarchy-that is, who the boss is and who the subordinates are, and should indicate, any functional authority and staff linkages to other positions. + read more


Job Descriptions Aid Analysis of Informal Employee Groups

Job Descriptions Aid Analysis of Informal Employee Groups By studying aggregations of job descriptions in an organization, flow patterns-types, densities, fluctuations--can be isolated. These patterns can then be analyzed for the purpose of designing more efficient communication networks throughout the organization. + read more


Encouraging Management to Specify Temporary Assignments

Encouraging Management to Specify Temporary Assignments Operative employees and perhaps some section leaders, or foremen-types, with relatively little supervisory work will usually be classified as non-exempt. The important point of job description is that the organization be consistent in its classifying of particular jobs. + read more


What Is A Job Costing The Organization?

What Is A Job Costing The Organization? Job descriptions can demonstrate institutional adherence to industry standards and practices. In short, job descriptions can spell out how employers are observing laws and other imposed requirements. + read more


Engage Employees in Meaningful Tasks in 8 Ways

Engage Employees in Meaningful Tasks in 8 Ways Job descriptions can guide the audit of the organization's personnel system by helping auditors ask the right questions, schedule interview times, and so on. They give, in concise fashion, a total picture of the system of jobs in the organization. + read more


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