Designating job descriptions in the powder coating workplace
Do your employees know what's expected of them in your finishing shop? Or have you assigned them vague job titles that make them confused and resentful and leave you wondering why your workers aren't fulfilling your expectations? You need to put things in writing. While this may seem like a formality, it also lets everyone know where they stand and what they should be doing. This article spells out guidelines for job descriptions, including duties of Class A, B, and C coaters, and gives specific examples of the kinds of equipment and processes your employees will be working with. These guidelines can help avoid misunderstandings, clear up misconceptions, and let everyone know what they need to do to get the job done.
Organizations that rely on human resources, namely their employees, to carry out their missions have always depended on job description systems. Despite the dramatic increase in the number and size of powder-coating-related companies, the downsizing of the actual workforce in recent years has created a tremendous demand for more and better-trained employees and a more defined job description system than those of the past.