Chapter 7: review questions: a job is different than a position because a job is defined through general classifications for sets of tasks that an employee is required to perform. In which a job creates a position that creates specifications to the jobs organization: a job description is defined as the general terms to duties and responsibilities of what the employee is to do, for each job. It is also the heart of the performance standards in which states; what the employee is to do, how it is done and to what extent it is to be done. This helps the job description and job specification. A job evaluation is different in which it determines how useful each job is by determining a wage system: four possible units of work for a baker would include: bakers prepare dough for baked goods per the recipe. Make sure quality of products are meeting established standards.