Job descriptions provide a way of communicating about the organization, performance expectations, and job requirements. When they’re done well, they’re useful tools to engage applicants, inform employees, and help guide employment decisions. They provide valuable information about your organizational culture.
But how often do you read a job description that leaves you saying, “Huh?”
Don’t let that happen! In this post published at O.C. Tanner, I provide three ways to infuse some of your culture into your job descriptions—and on your website’s careers page—so that everyone understands what’s required.