That would be my first best practice. When employees know the procedures and policies they are required to abide by, and the procedures for how discipline is handle it will make situations easier to handle since all this was informed of ahead of time. It will also provide employees with an understanding that if they do something wrong so and so will happen, before hand which can deter employees from doing that certain act in the first place. Not every company has a set polices or procedure for how discipline is handled therefore this can sometimes create panic for some employees who may fear they loss of their job, simple guide lines by a supervisor can be given as to what may happen to employees when certain actions are taken or not taken. Supervisors should always be aware and encourage employees to discuss any issue with them.
This will save time in the long run, which should encourage most employees despite their initial frustration with the management system change. A series of training and preparation with individualized tutorials might mitigate some anticipated resistance. Inadequate communication may also cause resistance. Management will make the major decisions with regard to the scheduled change; it is their obligation to clarify these decisions to subordinates within the company. Management is also expected to properly handle the inevitable questions and grievances; it is important to avoid misinterpretation regarding the procedural
The first step in this process is to set a communication goal for the employees to be able to understand the changes that will occur. The goal is to communicate to each employee the new customer management plan and ensure that they understand the changes; this will help the employees adjust to the new customer management plan without resistance. There are a few different types of communication channels that can be used to communicate these new changes. The different communication styles are verbal, non-verbal, and written communication, such as e-mails or memos. In this case, I believe that using verbal and written communication will be the most effective way to communicate new changes.
Evaluate theoretical approaches to professional supervision It is important that supervisions are conducted on a regular basis to promote the professional development of the staff member and to resolve any issues that the staff member may be facing whether that be in the work place or in their personal lives. Supervisions are used to monitor working performance and to ensure that the staff member is working within the regulations of the code of practice, local nand national policy guidance and the company polices and procedures. Supervisions give both the staff member and the supervisor the opportunity to build an effective, open relationship where experiences and guidance is used and shared to improve working performance. The supervision can also be used as a training model setting goals and targets for the staff member to reach. Therefore improving personal competence and performance.
The company understands that there are effective reward systems that will motivate employees. However, JI management is not sure which would be the best for the company. Compensation, another important area, must also be improved so that it will satisfy all employees effectively. In addition, the company wants to create benefits to keep the employees not just satisfied, but also motivated. Yet another pressing issue is deciding on the training methods that are to be used to successfully teach the new employees.
Carver is lacking in interpersonal effectiveness. He needs to address his ability to communicate and build interpersonal relationships. He needs to build a rapport with his employees to be successful. A successful leader “can help people contain and recover from their emotional stressors on the job” (Newman, Guy & Mastracci, 2007, p. 13). Carver was actually the stressor in many situations.
A job description usually just summarizes the tasks that have to be done and this might be very narrow, this will make a potential employee assume that there is not a lot to do in this job and then might not expect the full responsibilities of a job and then might quit for this reason. This will limit the productivity of staff and employees. - As a job changes regularly the job description has to be updated, this means the employer or manager has to spend a lot of time updating the job description instead of working on a profitable task. Recommendations to improve a job
A lot of people may view professional development as being a chore, a requirement of the job or maybe they feel that with the everyday tasks they already have to complete for their job they just don’t have the time to take on anything extra. However in the role of manager it is our responsibility to identify the staff needs for development with each individual’s ability and possibly their preferred learning style to turn professional development from a negative to a positive for that person, to enable them to develop their capabilities and skills within their job role and enjoy the experience. When sourcing areas of training for staff be creative, assess who the training is for and the best way to deliver it, if for a group is it better to bring someone in and do it in-house is this feasible to your workplace. Other possibilities may be that the training is available to do online which in turn means that you don’t have to close for to provide training, maybe it would be possible to organise joint training with similar organisations to enable release of a smaller
The company’s investment into the employee will also act as a motivator for the employee. This will in turn lead to greater overall performance. Hire Yourself or Outsource It is our opinion that outsourcing is not the route the company should pursue. This could be a costly option. Another possible disadvantage is the recruiter has no idea or feel for the company and its culture.
Motivation is what arouses someone's interest, directs their performance and sets the amount of energy that a person puts into achieving their goal. There are a number of factors which can affect motivation levels in the workplace such as: the relationships between co-workers; stress levels; recognition and praise; alignment of goals; and standards set. Recognition and praise from senior staff and management for the work an employee does demonstrates to the employee that they are appreciated. This can result in increased motivation to perform to high standards and a feeling of duty towards a company. A lack of recognition for good work can dramatically reduce motivation as staff feel undervalued and unappreciated, a person may work hard for an employer who does not appreciate them.