The first step is to determine who the audience is for the job description.
Knowing who you are writing a job description for is enormously important to keep in mind. The audience is composed of several different types of people. One of the audiences could be an enforcement agency that wants to review the job descriptions. It could also be the workers’ compensation system. This video reviews the importance of knowing who your audience is, identifying essential functions of the job description, and why you must preserve flexibility.
Calvin R. House
Gutierrez, Preciado & House, LLP
- Partner in the Pasadena, California law firm of Gutierrez, Preciado & House, LLP, where he defends and counsels employers on employment law matters
- Previously practiced at Cravath, Swaine & Moore in New York and in the Los Angeles office of what is now Norton Rose Fulbright
- Tried scores of employment cases to federal and state juries and judges and administrative tribunals
- Conducts regular seminars and workshops on such employment law topics as wage and hour requirements, mandatory leave statutes, reasonable accommodation of disabilities, discrimination, harassment, and wrongful termination
- Member of the prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates and has achieved the highest rating in the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory
- J.D. degree and B.A. degree, Columbia University
- Can be contacted at [email protected] or 626-449-2300
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