One of the responsibilities of managers and supervisors is to make sure that every employee follows company rules and regulations. A written reprimand is given to an employee who violates the policies and procedures or whose performance is below standards. It also serves as reference for any future reprimands. The following tips will help you understand when to use this measure and how to create a professional, yet effective letter. keep reading
The comparison between business and sports isn’t new – a company is like a team; the manager is like the coach. The employees, or players, have their own roles (positions) in the overall game plan. Every time you close a deal or make a sale, it’s like a victory. Haven’t had many victories recently? Need a stronger and more efficient squad? Want to win the championship of business?
Big or small, a company is only as good as its employees. Knowing how to promote the right people is a crucial management skill. Good work should be rewarded by advancement on the company ladder, but it can often be difficult to decide who to promote when senior positions are limited or there’s a wealth of strong performers. Here are several key factors to focus on when looking for the right worker to elevate. keep reading
Good workplace rules keep employees safe and the business running smoothly. Enforcing those rules is important both for employers and employees. Employees need to know, understand, and comply with company rules. It’s the employer’s responsibility to make sure all regulations are followed consistently. Every employee should be aware of the repercussions for breaching the rules. It could result in disciplinary measures like warnings, suspension, or termination. The following factors should be considered when implementing and enforcing workplace rules and regulations: keep reading