• Clearly detail the work that needs to be done, being as concrete as possible. Note the specific additional work that must be accomplished and the skills required to do it. This will help ensure that you are not over- or under-hiring for your needs and will provide the information needed to explain your need to your current employee. This will also help you justify your decision to other employees and third parties (customers, regulatory agencies, etc.) with interest in the rationale for the change.
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