Other Identities As Assumed: Job Descriptions Among Classified Employees in a Public School System

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The aim of this thesis is to investigate the current status of job descriptions at a Public School System, in [City], [State], USA, and to make recommendations for improvement in terms of job description content, format, and the creation and updated processes. This work covers job descriptions among classified employees and does not cover job descriptions for instructional staff (teachers, principals, etc.) or Executive Administrative Staff. The work begins by introducing the reader to the client and the current status of the client's job descriptions. The demographics of the subject population are discussed as well as the research methodologies. Findings ... continued below

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iii, 67 pages : color illustrations

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Kellersohn, Keith B. August 2015.

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The aim of this thesis is to investigate the current status of job descriptions at a Public School System, in [City], [State], USA, and to make recommendations for improvement in terms of job description content, format, and the creation and updated processes. This work covers job descriptions among classified employees and does not cover job descriptions for instructional staff (teachers, principals, etc.) or Executive Administrative Staff. The work begins by introducing the reader to the client and the current status of the client's job descriptions. The demographics of the subject population are discussed as well as the research methodologies. Findings are presented in light of research data and analyzed using Social Identity Theory, as well as business leadership principals. Finally deliverables are provided and recommendations are made. The thesis argues that application of Social Identity Theory and business leadership principals will support the ongoing job description processes by engaging employees in the process with supervisors leading the process

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Kellersohn, Keith B. Other Identities As Assumed: Job Descriptions Among Classified Employees in a Public School System, thesis, August 2015; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc804914/: accessed July 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .