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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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The job of more closely aligning expectations with job descriptions also recently fell on Richard Laveroni, human resources director for the Oakland office of RINA Accountancy Corp.
Don't forget to review the job description, consider updating it and consider extrinsic and intrinsic rewards as a role is broadened.
The job description begins, "The incumbent is the first point of contact for HUD's customers and the Department, and will function as the generalist who is generally knowledgeable of HUD services.
A review report will be considered by the council today which suggests all 117 city councillors should have a job description which clearly defines their role and responsibilities.
The inclusion of staff behaviors in job descriptions then serves as a springboard to effective observations by peers and supervisors, and provides a youth development focus to performance review conferences.
It was during the discussion on reorganization that the first examination of generic job descriptions for library assistants and technicians began.
Another reason for making certain that your job descriptions contain the essential functions is for the purpose of properly analyzing positions for the purpose of "light duty" or "return-to-work" programs following a workers' compensation injury.
They asked us to come in and consult with their department managers and educate them on how to actually fine-tune certain job descriptions.
Employers should have up-to-date job descriptions of all jobs in the company--especially those that loss-data analysis show to be most risky--so when an employee is injured, the employer can send a job description with him to the physician.
To accomplish their missions, Bowers' employees excel in job descriptions with multiple functions, tasks and diversity.
The Software Human Resources Council of Canada and industry representatives developed seven generic job descriptions for software developers.
Written job descriptions give a false sense of security because people believe they're being paid to do the specific tasks listed in these documents.