All too often, once a candidate is hired for a position, job descriptions are filed away and rarely referred to until it is time to recruit for the position again. Because an employee’s job duties often evolve over time, employers should make it a priority to review job descriptions at least once a year. Taking proactive steps to ensure the accuracy of a job description may significantly reduce liability in a subsequent discrimination lawsuit. So this spring, consider the following tips to clean up out-of-date job descriptions...

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