Removal of job summary

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  1. Teacherteaherc

    Teacherteaherc Rookie

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    What are reasons for removing the job summary of an employee?
     
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    What's the context? is it a job description for an applicant, or someone already employed?
     
  4. TeacherNY

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    Maybe they are updating it?
     
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    The context - someone already employed. Suspended while on a disciplinary process. A first year teacher with difficulties in communication.
     
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    It is pretty likely that HR is updating job requirements due to this past year. What they're changing, I have no idea, but since our day-to-day routines have been badly disrupted, they may wish to take what they've learned into consideration.
     
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    I’m sure it’s just routine updates.
     
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    The context - someone already employed. Suspended while on a disciplinary process. A first year teacher with difficulties in communication.
     
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    I still think you’re reading into it too much. HR updates job descriptions all the time and I’ve never seen them use that to communicate anything negative to the person.
     

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