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One of the biggest mistakes prospective employers make is not clearly establishing the requirements of the job before hiring someone. Before you search for an employee, sit down and define the duties that person will perform.
When writing a job description, don’t conform the position to any specific person, but put together what needs to be done. Be clear about which duties are absolutely required and which are important but not critical (desired).
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