2.  Job Descriptions:

Protect Your Practice

Practical: When customized for each person and position, sets crystal clear expectations for job performance. Have employees review, update and sign each year.

Legal Perspective: When edited or prepared by employees themselves, then acknowledged with the employee signature, this is your best defense of each employee’s understanding of what was expected of them. Dust off those old job             descriptions and put a working guide in place for each employee.