One task many dairy managers say they would like to accomplish is to develop written job descriptions for their employees.
However, with the number of other things that must be accomplished each day on a dairy farm, developing written job descriptions often gets put off until later.
In too many instances, later becomes never.
Worth the time. There are a number of reasons for taking time to develop written job descriptions for your employees, regardless of the number you have or your relationship to them.
Some of these reasons include: