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Policies, Procedures & SafeguardsNovember 13, 2018
More than a routine procedure, a Job Description is one of your most important corporate documents. Here’s why you shouldn’t cut corners on your Job Descriptions.
More than a routine procedure, a Job Description is one of your most important corporate documents. When written properly they protect your business and help your employees thrive. Here’s why you shouldn’t cut corners on your Job Descriptions.
A good Job Description clarifies the expectations and requirements of the role so you can attract the right applicants.
A clear Job Description allows you to efficiently and effectively structure and align roles within your organisation.
Well written Job Descriptions provide objective reference points for appraisals, performance reviews, resolving disputes and disciplinary issues.
A Job Description is a reference point to identify an employee’s training needs, as well as setting appropriate goals for the employee’s development and career progression within the business.
Good job descriptions allow you to assess and facilitate an employee’s return to work from an enforced period of leave by establishing light or modified duties.
Contact Employsure’s Advice Team to discuss the type of vacancy you are looking for, the job advertisement, job description and a person specification.