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Job Description

Job Description

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Published by: Elucid Fayetteville on Jun 22, 2011
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By creating a job analysis during the recruitment process, a company caneffectively advertise for
A company maintains ethics by being fair, communicative, and empathetic toits employees. When recruiting, a manager can effectively advertise anopen position by creating a good job description. A job description is amanagement tool to hire based on roles and functions within theorganization. They are brief and concise, yet give enough information forthe job seeker to understand the position offered. It gives a manager achance to establish a foundation of what obligations they deem necessaryfor the open position. Also, this allows the manager to assign job functions,such as key tasks and responsibilities of the employee. A salary is attachedto these duties and outlines a common contract upon hiring. The lawprotects job seekers from employment fraud, labor laws, and discrimination.Ethically, it should be the responsibility of a manager to carefully recruit. A job description helps prevent the wrong people in the wrong positions. Itcreates higher job satisfaction which can eliminate turnover or unethicalviews about a company. It builds a reputation as being fair and empatheticto employer needs. This common good is well respected and able to give abetter image to the public by going beyond the law for comfort at theworkplace. Job applicants should be well aware of what is expected if the jobdescription is well written. Once hired, they will have potential for better jobperformance, become productive, and will know the company’s policies.Employees can expect extended travel dates, longer shifts, or type of workdesired. If properly listed inside the job description, it will provide an offer asin an employment contract. My group and I feel a human resource managerand its company acts ethically by fully disclosing job requirements andexpectations. By adding considerate workloads and enough benefits, a jobapplicant should be ready to perform the desired role listed from the jobadvertisement. It is up to the job seeker to find opportunities that will notcreate dilemmas from work-related and family issues at home. It is up to themanager to provide flexibility within the position, so employees can managetheir outside life with productivity at work.
 job description
A job description is used as a mechanism for recruitment, and determining jobqualifications, allowing HR to match a qualified employee with the job the best suitshim within the company.A solid job description can help prevent placement of employees in the wrongpositions, reducing turnover.HR should avoid questions such as an applicant's religious beliefs or marital status,which violate Equal Employment Opportunity regulations.A job description identifies and lists the appropriate channels of communication foreach employee and company department.brief and clear sentencesmajor duties and responsibilitiesimportant aspects of the workplace, such as employee health benefits, retirementplans, and incentives or bonuses.management toolRole/functionpurpose of a jobmain accountabilities and responsibilitieskey taskscontract of employmentdescription of the main activities

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