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What would you include in a job description for a new cashier? How about a sales person? What is included on your job description? Are there functions you perform that are not in your job description? Should you be required to perform them? What are the ramifications of not having a formal job description?

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The main points in a job description for a new cashier include the days and hours that are required, and the necessary experience, including non-cashier skills that are preferable to the company. Other points include the type of retail environment and industry.

The main points that would be included in the job description for a salesperson include the pay, and how the pay is structured. This is important because base pay for sales differs depending on ...

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The solution provides a detailed discussion explaining what should be included in a job description for a new cashier and a sales person, discusses what is included in a typical job description, and discusses any functions you perform that are not in your job description. The ramifications of not having a job description are also discussed.

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