explaining the role of job descriptions in supporting the business goals of an organization and discussing the ethical considerations for maintaining up-to-date and consistent job descriptions.

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explaining the role of job descriptions in supporting the business goals of an organization and discussing the ethical considerations for maintaining up-to-date and consistent job descriptions.

The
newly hired Chief Human Resource Officer has been reviewing all the HR
practices and noticed the job descriptions for the organization have not
been reviewed regularly and some positions don’t appear to have job
descriptions. She wants the leadership team to understand the role of
job descriptions and the importance of keeping them current. She asked
you to put together a summary she can use to share with the team. Be
sure to support your response.
Describe the role job descriptions play in supporting the business goals of the organization.Include the ethical considerations for maintaining up-to-date and consistent job descriptions.
In a separate paragraph be sure to respond to at least one of your peers’ posts.
Hello Professor and Classmates,
Picardi defines a job description as “A summary of job-related
information consisting of its required qualifications, responsibilities,
and tasks” (Picardi,1). In a nutshell, it is an explanation of the
expectations that the organization has for each specific job or role.
Regarding the business goals, job descriptions are used to measure
performance by employees. They can be used in the training and
development process. They will help in the hiring process and
unfortunately, if needed, will help in the firing process. Recruitment – Job postings can be drawn from job descriptions.
Selection – the competencies in the job description are the qualifiers that should include the selection process.
Performance Management – Used during employee evaluation.
Training and Development – budgets are created for training and
development based on job descriptions and what expectations exist for
the employee and what training is suggested.
Since job descriptions are used for hiring, evaluating and even
firing employees an organization has an ethical obligation to keep them
up to date. The employee needs to have an understanding of all
expectations. If the job role changes, the job description should
change and should be discussed. I hope everyone has a great week.
Take Care,
Rianne
Source:
Carrie A Picardi. 2019. Recruitment and Selection. Available from: Strayer University Bookshelf, SAGE Publications, Inc. (US). p. 77. https://strayer.vitalsource.com/reader/books/9781483385402/epubcfi/6/22[%3Bvnd.vst.idref%3Ds9781483396439.i736]!/4/2[s9781483396439.i736]/14[s9781483396439.i788]/4[s9781483396439.i789]/2/1:44[Tre%2Catm]Links to an external site

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