At The Podium
All Things Job Descriptions
Attracting talented applicants is only one use of a well-written job description. In her presentation titled “All Things Job Descriptions” at a training seminar sponsored by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, McAfee & Taft labor and employment attorney Elizabeth Bowersox provides human resource professionals from Oklahoma colleges and universities with best practices on how to write job descriptions that are correct, clear, concise and consistent and that can be used for other essential purposes, such as employee performance reviews, ADA interactive process discussions, and as evidence in a later investigation, audit or lawsuit.
- Process for developing a great job description
- Essential components
- Drafting tips and tricks
- Why a poorly written job description could come back to haunt you in court