Administrative Management and Control
An organization needs clearly documented policies and procedures in order to facilitate the use and protection of information. There are numerous conceptual best practices for protecting the business and its important information assets. These best practices all have to do with how people — not technology — work together to support the business.
This is collectively known as administrative management and control.
Job requirements and qualifications
Even before posting a “Help Wanted” sign (Do people still do that?!) or an ad on a job search website, an employer should ensure that the position to be filled is clearly documented and contains a complete description of the job requirements, the qualifications, and the scope of responsibilities and authority.
The job (or position) description should be created as a collaborative effort between the hiring manager — who fully understands the functional requirements of the specific position to be filled — and the human resources manager — who fully understands the applicable employment laws and organizational requirements to be addressed.
Having a clearly documented job (or position) description can benefit an organization for many reasons:
The hiring manager knows (and can clearly articulate) exactly what skills a certain job requires.
The human resources manager can pre-screen job applicants quickly ...