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Focus job descriptions on organizational goals
Don’t limit job description to a laundry list of tasks.
When you write a job description—or ask your employees to write one—don’t limit the description to a record of what the current jobholder does. This can cause problems if you have somebody especially good holding down the job, or if current business conditions (rapid growth, shrinking staff) have made certain functions unusually important. Instead, try to focus on how the position serves the goals of the department and the organization. This will help you identify the key elements of the job and the right qualifications to look for in candidates.