No law requires business owners to have written job descriptions for the positions in their companies. They take time to write — and time is precious for businesses. On the other hand, job descriptions can be very useful. Job descriptions are the result of analysis — the process of identifying and determining the particular duties and requirements and the relative importance of these duties for a given position. Did you know that ASA University offers free, customizable, job descriptions for its members? Visit ASA University to find out more!
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