A job description includes all the essential details and descriptions regarding tasks and responsibilities of an employee in a specific position.
Rather than describe the individual who does or will fill the position, job descriptions name and describe the qualifications necessary to perform the job. Job descriptions should include lists of all the essential and non-essential job duties; the working conditions and any knowledge, skills or abilities necessary to perform the labor properly. They are used by employers during the hiring and evaluation processes and help determine bona fide occupational qualifications and may be used to set and evaluate goals with current employees.
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