Ever had a feeling that you were using a lot of your working time getting things done which you really shouldn’t have to do?
A job description tells you what you’re paid and expected to do – it’s part of the agreement you made with the company (even if it’s your own!).
But poor planning, abdication of responsibility and shoddy work can lead to you “breaking” this agreement, doing other people’s work or creating outputs that are incomplete or defective.
Read about the three reasons for this pervasive problem, and how to turn it around, in a guest blog we have written for Precision Sourcing, a recruitment company for IT Professionals.
You can take a look at it here.