It's easy to get off track when you have a complex job with multiple tasks involving several employees. A task sheet allows a work group to identify, assign, track and update job tasks. Task lists can be handwritten or virtual, and cloud-based software makes it easy for multiple parties to update task status.
Creating a Task List
There are a few basic components that every task sheet should include. On the farthest left column of the task sheet, indicate the name of the task and jot out a short description. In the adjacent column to the right, write the name of the employee the task is assigned to, and create another column with the task due date. Create a status column where the employee can indicate the current status of the task, and an area where the supervisor can indicate if the work has been reviewed or not. Lastly, create a space where the supervisor and employee can write any notes or comments regarding the task.