Though it may seem simple, helping define “who does what” within your teams is critical. Managers and team leads often have this well established in their planning and within their minds but may have difficulty creating the document shared during the hiring process.
As the primary document used in attracting job applicants, training, and developing others effectively, it is critical to have this as accurate as possible.
Further, these documents are pulled for official reasons, such as ADA and FMLA requests, so that medical professionals can indicate whether an employee can perform the job’s essential functions. Therefore, these official documents must include physical requirements to do the job.
We help train managers to develop their job descriptions effectively.