New Employee Plan
Supervisors are an integral part of any organization and their role impacts many parts of the organization such as staffing functions, staff productivity, employee motivation and performance. Supervisors have numerous responsibilities in the day to day operational tasks of an organization. Supervisors utilize their many responsibilities to assist organizations in building employee job skills and strengthen employee commitment to the organization. This in turn strengthens the employee performance and furthers the organization's ability to meet its productivity goals.
A profitable organization knows its employees are its most important asset. For an organization to successfully succeed, one of the most import functions of a supervisor is to attract competent employees to the organization. Once the supervisor hires an employee the next step is to orientate the employee to the rules, policies, and regulation of the organization and the requirements of the new hire’s position. Once the new hire has been orientated to the organization and his or her new position, the supervisor then continues the development of the employee by training the employee according to the needs and goals of the organization. Supervisors expect high-quality performance from their employees and at the same time must also provide the necessary resources and support for their employees to achieve that performance. In order to achieve high performance, supervisors must develop methods for evaluating, mentoring and coaching employees. Relationships between union officials and supervisors are also very important for a successful organization and need to be well maintained. To assist an organization in maintaining it most valuable assets, supervisor must develop a systematic approach towards staffing, managing, training, coaching, and mentoring employees and also maintaining other relationships for the organization.
Hiring New Employees
Positions within an organization should be...