DQ 1 - Scenario B - Positive discipline in a business is an...

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Positive discipline in a business is an atmosphere of mutual trust and an understanding of the rules and procedures within a business A good set of rules need not be more than one page, but prove essential to the success of a small business. A few guidelines for establishing a climate of positive discipline are as listed: There must be rules and standards, communicated clearly and administered fairly. Rules and standards must be reasonable. Rules communicated, known, and understood by all employees. An employee manual can help with communicating rules. While a rule or a standard is in force, employees must adhere to it. Even though rules exist, people should know that if a personal problem or a unique situation makes the rule exceptionally harsh, the rule may be modified or an exception be granted. There should be no favorites and privileges granted to anyone under no circumstance. When favorites and privileges granted to other employees in similar circumstances other
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This note was uploaded on 01/08/2011 for the course HRM 240 GROUP ID: taught by Professor Karlynnedennis during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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DQ 1 - Scenario B - Positive discipline in a business is an...

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