Some management commentators have argued that job (or position) descriptions are not necessary, that they are simply unneeded paperwork that occupy file space and that they are not particularly useful. In essay form, develop two arguments, one supporting job descriptions and one opposing job descriptions. Finally, provide your opinion in support of one argument or the other.

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    Some management commentators have argued that job (or position) descriptions are not necessary, that they are simply unneeded paperwork that occupy file space and that they are not particularly useful. In essay form, develop two arguments, one supporting job descriptions and one opposing job descriptions. Finally, provide your opinion in support of one argument or the other.

    References

    Fallon Jr., L. Fleming, & McConnell, Charles R. (2019). Human Resource Management in Health Care Principles and Practice. Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning

    Some management commentators have argued that job (or position) descriptions are not necessary, that they are simply unneeded paperwork that occupy file space and that they are not particularly useful. In essay form, develop two arguments, one supporting job descriptions and one opposing job descriptions. Finally, provide your opinion in support of one argument or the other.

    References

    Fallon Jr., L. Fleming, & McConnell, Charles R. (2019). Human Resource Management in Health Care Principles and Practice. Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning