DO YOU provide your employees with a position description OR do you prefer to adopt a more *flexible* approach? The truth is, position descriptions offer many business benefits.
- Drive employee ownership.
- Set clear expectations and priorities.
- Help trace the skills and abilities you seek for the position.
- Well-written job descriptions complement the hiring process, supporting sound and informed decision making.
Avoid being worried that job descriptions will serve as a platform for employees to push back [hard]. Yes, this can happen but it is not common. Most often? It helps to streamline, clarify and communicate.
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