Difference between essential and non essential functions in job description?

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Harsha answered about 1 year ago

<p><br>Essential Functions:-<br></p><ul><li>The position exists to perform the functions<br></li><li>Essential functions are the primary reason the position exists.<br></li><li>Duties are basic, necessary and an integral part of the job<br></li><li>There are a limited number of other employees available to perform the function.<br></li><li>The function is highly specialized and the person in the position was hired for special expertise and ability to perform it<br></li></ul><br>Non Essential Functions:-<br><ul><li>Non essential functions are additional duties.<br></li><li>Function is incidental or a minimal part of the job.<br></li><li>Marginal functions can be redistributed among other staff<br></li></ul><p></p>

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