Many small business owners do not have formal job descriptions. Big Mistake!
People are your most valuable and expensive components of your business systems. Every hire is important. Every mis-hire is expensive. The job candidate should fit the job function just as you would fit a component part in a piece of equipment. The better your part fits, the better your business system will work.
Job descriptions are used in the selection process, employee training, performance appraisals, and compensation. Results-oriented job descriptions define what job results the organization needs to accomplish its mission, values, strategy and goals.
Prepare your company Results-Oriented Job Descriptions using the sample form below.
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