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All to often however they are produced when the employment relationship between employer and employee has broken down and they are used to prove or disprove something.
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Job descriptions seem to have been around forever and it is absolutely certain that they will stand the test of time.
Usually they tend used to honestly describe the duties involved in a job and the skills, knowledge and experience required to do the job. [cont below]
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