New Jersey Employment Law: The Art of the Job Description
by Christina M. Michelson on July 16, 2012
While job descriptions are not required under New Jersey employment law, they are
useful legal tools, particularly when it comes to outlining the essential job function of a position. From a practical standpoint, job descriptions can also help set clear job expectations and help managers measure performance.
The most common misperception among employers is that job descriptions are only important in the hiring process. However, job descriptions play a significant role throughout the life cycle of an employee to substantiate salary decisions, disciplinary actions, disability accommodations, and terminations...
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