Have you ever wondered why you need a position description? Well written position descriptions guide people in their roles and responsibilities and provide a picture of how they fit into the bigger picture of your organisation
They are a useful tool in managing expectations in regard to training, skill development and recognition. A position description speaks volumes about your organisation and it requires careful writing that takes into account legal obligations.
Join us to learn about the key steps for writing position descriptions and the basic legal obligations involved.
David is Managing Director of the Australian Health Industry Group which advises the Community, Health and Business Services sectors on HR, IR, legal and management issues.
Using his formal clinical, management and legal qualifications and experience in the health sector David provides concise and pragmatic advice.
His past roles include working as the CEO of a small rural health service, Executive and Corporate Counsel of a large metropolitan health service and Legal and Management Consulting throughout Australia.
David's special areas of practice are administrative law, information technology, contract and commercial law, disciplinary tribunals, employment and industrial law, equal opportunity, governance, internal audits, occupational health and safety, workcover, risk management and strategic planning.
David's simple pragmatic approach, combined with real life examples, makes his training sessions informative and thought provoking.Last Updated: 2018-01-29 4:17 PM