Job Descriptions

Social Science
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Question description

Must be original, no plagiarism. Must have references and be marked in the body of the work. No Wikipedia.

The job description is often referred to as the building block of human resources. Nearly every employment action – recruitment, compensation, discipline, etc. – is predicated on an effective job description.

Today, there is considerable debate whether job descriptions should be broader and more generic, versus narrow and more specific. Distinguish between the advantages and disadvantages of each approach, and which you see as the more preferable approach.

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