The law establishes the right of the employer to name a particular position at its discretion. This possibility is excluded for those positions, work on which gives the employee benefits and compensation (special food, preferential pension, additional holidays), or certain health requirements). Name of the posts must comply with the requirements of the Uniform qualification reference book. If working professions more or less defined (valid ETCS General and for different sectors), the profession of managers, professionals and employees do not meet the requirements of today. In order to make the title consistent with the duties imposed on the worker permitted to enter the names not covered by ETCS.In order not to violate the Labor code, before changing the name of a particular office, you must complete a number of mandatory procedures.
The first thing you need to do is calculate the size of your organization. The number of employees should be economically justified – this figure should be calculated from the planned profit. No need to "dream" about a staff of 100 people, if the real wage you will be able to pay only sixty. And do not expect that by paying less, get more workers. Those professionals who are willing to work for meager pay, as a rule, and "accumulated" minuscule (if they are not altruists or your loyal companions).
Determine the number of employees, make staffing. Here you need to decide exactly how much, what and what the qualifications of the specialists you need. When developing staffing you can enter a new position, rename existing ones.
After the procedure of approval of the project staffing, the order of the head it is approved and becomes effective. Now all your changes are legitimate. New posts need to acquaint workers and make records in the work book.
It would seem that everything is simple, but in the process of "invention" of new posts, try not to go too far in pursuit of fashionable and catchy name. A lot of discussion calls the profession "Manager". In the Qualification Handbook for managers and professionals, introduced in 1998, there is clarification on this issue, but the list of positions is clearly insufficient. One thing is clear that the position of Manager relates to the management and is divided into 3 categories:
• top managers (these include all leaders of organizations, companies, etc.);
• middle managers (heads of departments, sectors, services, etc.);
• managers of the lowest link (the professionals who are responsible for a particular activity in the organization).
This means that the differences between them only in the scope of authority and responsibility. In any case, the Manager is a specialist who has the control function. For example: it would be correct to rename the position of engineer of the Department of supply and sales in the position of logistics Manager. But to call the office cleaner "as a Manager of a cleaning service" is absolutely wrong. But, unfortunately, such was not the case. Therefore, the admission of new employees try to figure out what is really behind a beautiful name in the workbook the candidate for the position.