|ABC of Women Workers' Rights and Gender Equality (ILO, 2000, 124 p.)|
A job description lists the essential features of a job, describing the tasks and functions included and the qualifications required for performance.
The job description should be written following an established format and evaluated according to a common standard. This format should, for example, contain elements such as job title, type of supervision received and given, relationships, description of the principal functions and the time required by each function, as well as qualifications such as the education, experience and abilities required.
® see also Equal remuneration (pay)