Wisconsin Administrative Code
Department of Administration-Division of Personnel Management
Chapter ER 2 - Classification Plan
Section ER 2.04 - Class specifications

Universal Citation: WI Admin Code ยง ER 2.04

Current through February 26, 2024

(1) Class specifications define the nature and character of the work of the class through the use of any or all of the following: definition statements; listings of areas of specialization; representative examples of work performed; allocation patterns of representative positions; job evaluation guide charts, standards or factors; statements of inclusion and exclusion; and such other information necessary to facilitate the assignment of positions to the appropriate classification.

(2) Class specifications shall be the basic authority for the assignment of positions to a class.

(3) Class specifications shall not be construed to limit or modify the power of the appointing authority to assign tasks or direct or control the work or subordinate employees. The use of specific examples of work in a class specification shall not be held to exclude the assignment of other work not mentioned, nor is it implied that all stated examples of work must be performed by all employees whose positions are so classified or constitute an exhaustive or exclusive listing of work assignments.

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