Career Plan Building Activity: Work Culture Preferences BCOM275 – Business Communications and Critical Thinking October 22, 2013 Aaron Francesconi The workplace culture is important to one’s professional successes. Companies similar in cultural preferences are what many individuals pursue when seeking gainful employment. Employees are more productive when they are working within a company best suited for that individual. The workplace culture preferences reflect the ideal type of culture I am comfortable. Those preferences are High Powered, Well Resourced, and Teamwork Centered.
| Recognizing Employee Contributions | HRM 500 Assignment 4 | | Sherry Jackson | 12/14/2014 | As an HR professional in today’s world businesses are required to create a continuous positive atmosphere. Ensuring that the right people are in the right position is a key component of the job. The challenges faced by HR professionals within this organization are important dimensions. The policies, practices, and systems that influence employees ‘behavior, attitudes, and performance as well as the employees pay is important to retain good employees. Many companies refer to HRM as involving “people practices.” HR professionals should emphasize that there are several important HRM practices that should support the organization’s business strategy: analyzing work and designing jobs, determining how many employees with specific knowledge and skills are needed (human resource planning), attracting potential employees (recruiting), choosing employees (selection), teaching employees how to perform their jobs and preparing them for the future (training and development), evaluating their performance (performance management), rewarding employees (compensation), and creating a positive work environment (employee relations).
Demands for success and everyday bottle necks are easily overcome because the team is working together with a common goal and sense of urgency to do the right thing. As new employees are hired the same knowledge and trust must be built and followed up on routinely. In retail, this culture is built on customer expectations and many ideas created within the company. Each of these is connected to financial goals and performance. Employee happiness at
People are a business most valuable asset and keeping them satisfied, motivated, developed and retained is necessary if a company is to remain profitable (humanresources.about.com, n.d.). HR department plays a vital role in companies; helping them master the challenging competitive environment and the demand for highly qualified employees. Their primary roles are locating, screening, recruiting, hiring, and training high quality individuals who will become constructive members of the organization. They must be professional at all time handling different situations and people; skillfully communicating the firms’ policies, procedures, and goals: other responsibilities include perform job
They are the key to the success of their department (greatsystems.com, (2008). As a result of these duties a front line supervisor must have the following skills: 1. Organizational skills. These set of skills are crucial to the organization as they are necessary for the department to run smoothly. The front line supervisor must have an understanding of
Employees in exchange do a good job but loyalty to the company is the most important thing. One mega giant is Microsoft as a company they boast of integrity, honesty, openness, and personal excellence. The company holds itself accountable to their customers and all of their employees by providing the best product at the most economical price possible. Microsoft is focused on employee training as well as employee promotion from within. These guidelines are the reason that Microsoft feels the employees will do noting to jeopardize the
Albertina Williams 1/18/2014 Tanglewood Case One To: Donald Penichiala, the Director of Staffing Services As we all know staffing is one the most essential function of a successful business. A company is unable to retain a functional workforce without staffing. Below is my reason on what your company, Tanglewood, should apply when choosing the accurate staff. Acquiring or develop talent: Tanglewood should acquire employees because they will need employees with high level of customer service. Employee that are willing and capable of knowing the knowledge of your product and services.
Competencies of an organisation represent the most sustainable element of a business strategy because these are usually difficult to copy or counter. Kim, J. (2003). An effective sustainable competitive advantage should be visible to customers and provide or enhance a value position. In
Evaluating the steps an organization can take to improve skills of its employees * The achievement in any business is contingent on exactly how good your personnel are skilled. Skills for example, communication is quite essential to any organization. If its employees have acquired and implemented more skills within their work, it will obviously be better for the business, in terms of productivity, efficiency, success and revenue. It is very essential for staff to have adequate communication skills, due to the fact it’ll maintain the flow of the business, productivity, and extra participation and involvement for the employees which will allow them to interact with each other which will eventually result in better propositions and outcomes for the business. * In addition, supposedly if staff are having difficulties during communicational activities and processes, it is possible for them to attend and be a part of training programs after work hours, and if any sufficient improvement is made, employees it will be very profitable when working with colleagues and customers which will ensure everything is very understandable and no confusion is cause.
 Recognise team performance. With the right mix of personalities, skills and commitment, trust will develop and the team will be able to achieve extraordinary results for the company. 1-2 It is important to keep in mind necessary conditions for effective teamwork: Shared purpose and vision, and independency of work effort. Without these being present, no amount of teambuilding will be successful. Teams exist for a specific purpose in companies with the right mix of attention, trust, and commitment and shared leadership.