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JenniferJohnson296_h - In order to compare this performance I would also use the employee time sheets and the employee handbook to ensure that the

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By: Jennifer Johnson Step 1: Setting performance standards. If I were Jenny, the first thing I would do is evaluate the current guide lines in place and determine what is not covered. Next I would cover the schedule swap and the other missing policies in a new handbook. Step 2: Measuring performance. After rewriting the handbook I would have each employee sign off that they have read and understand the policies. I would use time sheets to ensure that the policy is being followed. Step 3: Comparing performance against the standards and deterring devotions.
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Unformatted text preview: In order to compare this performance I would also use the employee time sheets and the employee handbook to ensure that the employees are not deviating from the scheduling/ pay policy. Step 4: To taking action to correct problems and reinforce successes. When someone deviates from the policy then the corrective action process would need to be followed. This policy would be out lined in the new employee handbook....
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2010 for the course MT140 MT140 taught by Professor Kelleylovati during the Fall '10 term at Kaplan University.

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