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CIO

Abbreviation for:
charitable incorporated organisation
Chief Information Officer (Medspeak-UK)
Confederation of Indian Organisations (!) (Medspeak-UK)
corticosteroid-induced osteoporosis

CIO

Chief information officer. See Information systems.
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Hiring tool: A well-crafted job description spells out not only the essential job functions and skills required for the position, but I propose that it can also include the intangible skills needed to be successful in both the job and the company's culture--skills such as flexibility, diplomacy and self-management.
Job descriptions should spell out core competencies--those skills so specific and integral they cannot be ignored or substituted.
NZNO organisers can conduct evaluations locally but only if there is already a job description substantially similar to one that is new and the original job description was evaluated by the JERC.
All the analysed CNS job descriptions were found to be similarly formatted in the way the key components of the CNS role were presented.
No general areas of study were specified in 10% of job descriptions (Figure 3).
Dr Sharab underlined the importance of not linking job descriptions to specific age range or specific certificates, as according to proven experiences these two parameters are not essential, especially in administration jobs which are a mix of skills and science.
From a strategic perspective, reports should be evaluated based on whether the proposal will result in a well-articulated mission statement that is regularly reviewed and revised; organizational objectives that flow directly from the mission statement; current job descriptions that reflect the elements of the job that are critical for organizational effectiveness; performance criteria based on these essential elements; and individual employee reward and development decisions based on his/her appraisals.
1) Should any employee be expected to assume and perform new duties without a written job description and notification of its accompanying pay increase?
The staff have been objective and sensible throughout and decided purely on the facts in front of them whether they were happy with the job descriptions before them.
Those early programs "simplified the job descriptions so they could move people around more easily," Bradshaw recalled.
Job descriptions are an excellent way to provide guidelines to employees, such as Minnie.
com, job seekers are discouraged from applying for jobs with short job descriptions (26 percent), job postings that do not include a salary or salary range (25 percent), and companies with no Web site for further exploration of the organization (22 percent).