Posted by: Gogga | 2009-05-18

Performance Agreement and JD

If you were appointed against a JD and that is what you agreed on when you accepted the position at offer.. and later your Performance Agreement on a year to year basis changed with regards to the duties and it is different from the original JD as appointed against.. Does this take preverance over the JD or is the JD the main document to work according to.. in other words can they say now that you have signed this Performance Agreement so this means you no longer employed to do the initial duties as appointed against? My level stayed the same just the work was changed and I was moved from one " responsibility to the next"  and a Performance Agreement was everytime signed .. doed this replace the JD and can I insist on only doing what I was appointed against?

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The performance agreement normally takes precedent.

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