The Impact of Emiratisation on Job Description Issues

@article{Alabdelkarim2014TheIO,
  title={The Impact of Emiratisation on Job Description Issues},
  author={Asma Omar Alabdelkarim and Khamis Muftah and S. Hodgson and Abu Dhabi and U. Emirates},
  journal={The Middle-East Journal of Business},
  year={2014},
  volume={9},
  pages={25-34}
}
Job description plays a key role when hiring or applying for any job at any organization. It details the job to be performed, and roles and responsibilities involved clearly so as to clarify the applicant with his work. There are many associated issues with job description in the current industrialised world as employees who are not very well clear of their job description are just made to perform any task that is highly critical. This activity is leading to major failures and losses in the… Expand

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