Failing to adhere to a schedule for example employers

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failing to adhere to a schedule. For example, employers may allow only a certain number of absences within a specified time frame. The attendance policy discusses the disciplinary action employees face if they miss more days than the company allows.
Matsee NOPPHAWONG NA AYUDTHAYA 866MGT0215 Page 5 Substance Abuse Many companies have substance abuse policies that prohibit the use of drugs, alcohol and tobacco products during work hours, on company property or during company functions. These policies often outline smoking procedures employees must follow if allowed to smoke on business premises. Substance abuse policies also discuss the testing procedures for suspected drug and alcohol abuse. 7 Bizops currently has formal feedback process that is documented in the performance improvement and development plan template. Senior managers feel this form is not appropriate as a mechanism to provide feedback to team members that encourages, values and rewards individual and team efforts and contributions. Outline what leadership techniques and strategies you would use to provide feedback and encourages, values and reward members of your team. Technique is the ‘Feedback Sandwich’, where you make positive statements, discuss areas for improvement, and then finish with more positive statements. Another technique is ‘Stop, Start, Continue’. This is where you discuss with your mentee: o what they feel they should stop doing o what they feel they should start doing o what they wish to continue doing 8 Outline the process that you would use to ensure that issues, concerns and problems identified by team members are recognized and addressed. A problem can be regarded as a difference between the actual situation and the desired situation. This means that in order to identify a problem the team must know where it is meant to be and have a clear understanding of where it currently is in relation to the perceived problem. In order to clearly define the problem the following steps can be followed: Agree with the team where the team should be Describe and document the problem Agree with the team where the team should be The Team Purpose, the Team Performance Plan and the Operational Plan can be used to identify where the team should be. If an organised and structured planning process has been followed then the desired position and performance of the team should be clear. However, when a problem arises it is always worthwhile to involve the team members in identifying
and understanding the gap between the actual situation and the desired situation. This helps to ensure that all team members understand that a problem exists and that they are an integral part in rectifying the situation.
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