One of the greatest advancements in human resources is the development of the “job description.” The job description is usually created after close examination of someone carrying out the responsibilities of the job. Through this analysis, details of general tasks, functions, and responsibilities are laid out so that anyone that holds the proper qualifications can read the description and perform the job with great efficiency. But how many times have you found yourself on a job and it seemed as though you were constantly going behind somebody that clearly didn’t understand their job? When they don’t know how to perform their job, does it make it harder for you? How about the firm at-large?