LEIGH CURTIN UNIT M3.12 – MOTIVATING TO PERFORM IN THE WORKPLACE Review of Health and Safety roles and responsibilities The value of assessing performance Briefly describe your organisation’s formal systems of assessment/appraisal, and your own informal practices My organisation’s formal system on appraisals is based on a Mid-year (six month) and full-year (annual) meeting with our line managers. Our performance appraisal is done in five sections. Section one is a review of objectives and performance, section two is a grading section based on the individuals Competencies, section three is an overall performance rating which is again graded. Section four is the employee development plan and finally section is objectives for the upcoming year. There are two comments sections after these five areas, one for the manager’s additional notes and one for the employee’s additional comments.
Grading Summary These are the automatically computed results of your exam. Grades for essay questions, and comments from your instructor, are in the "Details" section below. Date Taken: 4/1/2012 Time Spent: 59 min , 57 secs Points Received: 30 / 30 (100%) Question Type: # Of Questions: # Correct: Multiple Choice 5 5 Grade Details 1. Question : (TCO F) Which of the following beneficiaries are not eligible to enroll in the medical saving account (MSA) option? Student Answer: Individuals who obtain healthcare coverage through certain federal programs Individuals who have primary coverage other than Medicare Individuals who reside in the United States for less than half of the year All of the above Instructor Explanation: Textbook Chapter 26 Points Received: 6 of 6 Comments: 2.
Retirement Bii… Your payslip must show: Gross pay – your full pay before any tax or National Insurance has been taken off. The amounts of any deductions – for example tax and National Insurance, and what the deductions are for. They usually have your N.I number, date and name or work number also. Biii… You must inform employers of any change of name or address Biv… If you have a grievance related to your employment, you should raise it, in the first instance with the manager either orally or in writing. If the matter cannot be resolved within three working days, it will be referred to the proprietors of the home, who’s decision will be final.
Several additional documents were put into place over the years, as referenced in Table 1 below. This ultimately led to the adoption of FAS 13 Accounting for Leases by the FASB, which is used today. Before FAS 13 was adopted, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) had gotten involved and initiated the subject of improving accounting standards for leasing. This is evidenced in a speech made by former Chairman of the SEC, G. Bradford Cook in which he stated “The accounting profession has probably failed to keep up with the phenomenal growth and complexity of lease arrangements.” In addition, a speech by the Associate Director of the SEC San Francisco office, L. Rosen stated that “The accounting profession should be concentrating on building new principles while reinforcing old bridges with additional disclosure.” (Palmon, 2009) The SEC not only initiated the
Additionally, NFPA standards are not laws. NFPA standards must first be adopted by the local jurisdiction in order to be enforced. Unlike, NIOSH and OSHA whose regulations become law once voted on by congress and are enforceable without local adoption. Over the past several decades the number of deaths in the fire service has remained relatively the same while the number of injuries has decreased dramatically. This may be due to a shift in the type of calls to which firefighters respond.
The decisions to conduct an SCR should be made within one month of the notification of the incident. The LSCB must notify the national panel of independent experts and Ofsted of this decision. The LSCB should appoint one or more reviewers to lead the SCR. The lead reviewed must be independent of the LSCB and any organisations who are involved with the case. The LSCB should submit the names of these reviewers to the national panel of independent experts.
6. What specific actions should Mr. Plummer take to solve Dasher’s lead-time and quality problems? Think beyond the bottleneck and consider also dasher’s business strategy. Shouldn’t allow changes by customers after order has been made Should pick up CNC or manual drilling according to the above rules ( in question 2). Should In your analysis, assume that Dasher operates 1 shift of 8 hours per day, 5 days a week and that September had 21 days, i.e.
55 77 64 77 69 63 62 64 85 Sample size is 9 Answer: 616/9 = retirement age is 68 2. A store manager kept track of the number of newspapers sold each week over a seven-week period. The results are shown below. 27 30 201 152 218 212 239 Sample size is 7 Answer: 201 Find the median number of newspapers sold. 3.
Linear programming To the extent permitted by local law, each Acme Home Improvements store, including AMC, is open from 7 am - 11 pm every day. Acme Mexico City planners have provided the following table, which identifies the minimum number of customer service employees estimated to be needed on the floor of the store each hour of the day: Customer Service Employees Time Period Minimum number needed on the floor 7 am - 8 am 10 8 am - 9 am 12 9 am - 10 am 18 10 am - 11 am 22 11 am - 12 pm 22 12 pm - 1 pm 26 1 pm - 2 pm 26 2 pm - 3 pm 26 3 pm - 4 pm 26 4 pm - 5 pm 26 5 pm - 6 pm 28 6 pm - 7 pm 28 7 pm - 8 pm 24 8 pm - 9 pm 22 9 pm - 10 pm 14 10 pm - 11 pm 12 Full-time customer service employees at AMC work a 9 hour shift (8 hours of work plus a 1 hour meal break) either from 7 am to 4 pm or from 2 pm to 11 pm. Workers on the 7-4 shift are assigned an hour-long lunch break at either 11 am or 12 noon. Workers on the 2-11 shift are assigned an hour-long dinner break at either 5 pm or 6 pm. Part-time customer service employees work four consecutive hours per day and their shifts can start any hour between 7 am and 7 pm.
Annual cost: $1,800. DAY ONE: Each salesman visits an average of five customers a day. Salesmen record order data on paper. Average order: $2,000. Salesmen either call in the orders between customer visits, or call or fax in all orders at the end of the day to a customer service rep. Time: 90 minutes a day.