Why are job descriptions important?

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Having the best employees in your organization boosts your brand and profits. And attracting these talented folks starts with well-written job descriptions. 

Need to know more? Here are 5 reasons why complete (and up-to-date) JDs are important: 

1. You’ll hire the right people for your company 

Job descriptions are important because they list the critical competencies you need to grow your business. They also help candidates decide whether they’re a good fit for your role (or not). 

From an organizational perspective, they ensure a complete understanding of how each role contributes to supporting the company’s mission and goals. 

Examples: 

Harver outlines the impact

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