Writing Job Descriptions
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Employers encounter many situations where it is critical to have a clear understanding of an employee's job duties. If the employer does not have an adequate written job description before the employee is hired, it may face liability for disability discrimination and failure to accommodate, interference with FMLA rights, and increased workers compensation costs. How to Write an Effective Job Description
This webinar will explain how to identify essential functions and write effective job descriptions that can be used to limit the risk of liability.
Why You Need Job Descriptions
Implementation in the Workplace
- Who Is Your Audience
- How Do You Identify Essential Functions
- Why You Must Preserve Flexibility
About The Presenter:
- Employee Acknowledgment
- FMLA and Workers Compensation
- Reasonable Accommodation
Calvin R. House, Esq.
- Partner in the office of Gutierrez, Preciado & House, LLP, located in Pasadena, CA
- Practice emphasizes all aspects of employment law
- Conducts regular seminars and workshops on numerous on wage and hour law, FMLA and other leave statutes, discrimination, retaliation and workplace harassment
- Member of the California State Bar and ABOTA, the nation’s preeminent trial lawyer organization
- J.D. and B.A. degree, Columbia University
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