Begin at the Beginning: Developing the Job Description
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Job Descriptions are the bedrock of the HR function. They are an essential document when hiring a new employee, completing a performance review, or responding to an ADA reasonable accommodations request. In this training, you will learn what key components are necessary in every job description, including primary responsibilities, essential tasks, and the behavioral and technical skills needed to do the job.

10/12/2017
When: Thursday, October 12, 2017
10:00-11:30am
Where: Associated Industries Training Room
1206 N Lincoln
Spokane, Washington  99201
United States
Presenter: Pam DeCounter MA, Associated Industries VP Business Solutions
Contact: Lori Massey
509-326-6885


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Job Descriptions are the bedrock of the HR function.  They are an essential document when hiring a new employee, completing a performance review, or responding to an ADA reasonable accommodations request.  In this training, you will learn what key components are necessary in every job description, including primary responsibilities, essential tasks, and the behavioral and technical skills needed to do the job.  ADAAA’s role in job description documentation will be reviewed, with special attention paid to the physical and mental requirements along with the environmental conditions that need to be included to meet their requirements.  Also, the exempt/non-exempt classifications will be reviewed to assure your current job descriptions meet FLSA standards.

 

Member $75

Non-Member $150

 

Parking is free for training participants in the lot at Associated Industries, including handicapped accessible spots. Participants who will need any special accommodation, please contact Lori Massey at 509-326-6885 or training@aiin.com so we can make arrangements.

 

Cancellation Policy:
       Class Cancelled by Associated Industries - Participants will receive full refunds or be transferred (upon request), to a future identical class
          Class Cancelled by Participant:  (Substitutions are always accepted)
                       Notification received 48 hours prior to class date - Choice of full refund, or credit for use on any class of equal value
                       Notification received 24 hours prior to class date - Credit for use on any class of equal value
                       Notification received day of class - 50% credit value for use on any future class
                       No Shows - No refund or credit will be available
                Please notify Lori Massey at 509-326-6885 or training@aiin.com

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