If there are changes to the schedule, the schedule will be replaced and redone to ensure everything is still completed on time. 3. How do you monitor and maintain your personal performance in varying work conditions? To monitor and maintain my personal performance, I make sure that I am keeping on track with the schedule I had planned as much as possible. If I am unable to maintain to the planned schedule, I will either make up for the lost time in my own time, or I will instead reschedule so I can still complete the set task(s) on time.
2.2 Describe the information shown on own pay statement You will need to look at your own pay slip and state the information shown on it. 2.3 Describe the procedures to follow in event of a grievance You will need to look at your company’s policies and procedures and or speak to your manager for this and state what the procedure is. 2.4 Identify the personal information that must be kept up to date with own employer You will need to look at your company’s policies and procedures and or speak to your manager for this and state what personal information that must be kept up to date with your
Supervisions and appraisals Supervisions and appraisals are both ways of reviewing a persons role and their development but are done in very different ways. Whereas supervision is a process to motivate and encourage good practice during the work day itself an appraisal is a more formal process. It reviews the care worker’s performance and their improvement over a designated period of time. It also includes individual goals and targets, how to achieve them and how far down the path you are at achieving them. Supervisions are regular, between myself and my manager.
This can help with future career progress. It is important to understand that others may have different beliefs and the need to respect them. Also appreciating how own beliefs could affect performance at work and following policies and procedures. You can also seek professional advice. 2.1 Learning activity's have helped improve my Knowledge,skills and understanding by learning from my mistakes / achievements.
When i undertake any supervision my aim is to identify solutions to any problems, improve practise and increase understanding of any issues. I will cover such topics for example workload, training, skill and competence. I will also give positives and praise good practise. The objectives are competent, accountable performance, continuing professional development and personal support. Supervision addresses the need to develop knowledge and skills and the need to be concerned with quality.
Running head: Designing Compensation Systems and Employee Benefits Designing Compensation Systems and Employee Benefits Janice R. Young Dr. Andrew McLeod Business 409 Strategic Compensation November 22, 2011 DESIGNING COMPENSATION SYSTEMS AND EMPLOYEE BENEFITS Describe the differences between job analysis and job evaluation and how these practices help establish internally consistent job structures. Job analysis and job evaluations are the fundamental cornerstones of any best practice in a human resource approach. It provides a really good understanding about the jobs in the company, how there structured, how there organized and how they are correctly and fairly graded. This is very important for the company and the employee. Job analysis is the process of obtaining valid job information that aids management in making decisions.
Work Culture Preferences and Competencies Gregory J. Daniel MGT 521 June 4, 2013 Dr. Ranasinghe Work Culture Preferences and Competencies The development of strategic and operational plans within an organization depends on the work culture of individuals. An organization will benefit from knowing what constitutes an ideal work culture for its employees even if that environment is not attainable. In the opinion of this United States Sailor’s personnel management experience all information is pertinent and most especially the information for what is not attainable. In human resource strategic planning, “the first step is to assess the current human resource capacity of the organization. The knowledge, skills, and abilities of current employees needs to be identified” (Ulferts, Wirtz, & Peterson, 2009).
Assignment 418 Task A: team brief What is Coaching? The term coaching typically refers to methods of helping others to improve, develop, learn new skills, find personal success, and achieve aims and to manage life change and personal challenges. Coaching is a form of training or teaching, normally involving one-to-one support (a coach and a learner or 'coachee'), aimed at helping a person improve, often in a very practical sense. (www.businessballs.com/coahing.htm ; 2015) | | | What is Coaching? The term coaching typically refers to methods of helping others to improve, develop, learn new skills, find personal success, and achieve aims and to manage life change and personal challenges.
While planning you have to obtain as many details about the piece of work you are doing to enable you to produce your work as efficiently as possible. You can write your plans down on a to-do list - Writing down everything has two purposes. Firstly, you are planning your job and the tools you need. Secondly, you are making a written account of your job for others to see. In this way, if you are asked what you have done at any time, you can show it to them and be accountable for your own work.
Alison Walmsley Institute of Leadership & Management Level 3 Understanding Leadership AC 1.1 Describe the factors that will influence the choice of leadership styles or behaviours in workplace situations There are several factors which may affect a manager’s choice of leadership style in workplace situations. The first factor is the task. “The task” can be described as a simple way of defining the actual purpose of the team as well as the objectives of the team. A manager needs to be certain that all team members share a common goal. Once this has been clarified it is the manager’s job to guide his team to accomplish these goals.