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Maximizing the use of human resources

Maximizing the Use of Human Resources

Dustin Reischman

04/30/2013


Performance appraisals
Performance Appraisals

  • Has to be fair for ANY employee

  • Never include personal questions

  • Will be chosen at random

  • Anonymous

  • Will not effect your current pay

  • Has input section for improvement

  • Will Help Better the Company!


Preappraisal Activities


  • PostappraisalActivities

  • Action Plan

  • Make a Progress chart/table

  • Make a another appraisal meeting (90+days from last one)

  • Compile report on induction program

  • Document Common Concerns

  • Their Goals until next meeting





Research on team performance
Research on Team Performance

  • Try not to have teams with square performers trying to fit into circular holes

  • Job Performance to Related Knowledge

  • Cognitive Strategy and Processes behind those

  • Training for Skill Acqusition

  • Advancement through the company

  • Lack of Turnover


Assess team performance
Assess Team Performance

  • Hands-on power

  • Leadership

  • Excellence

  • Benefits

  • Goals

  • Individual and specific resp.




How can it benefit the company
How can it benefit the company?

Achieve Mastery

Get Experienced

Projects Worked On

Get Familiar

Time Spent


Succession planning
Succession Planning

  • Appeases shareholders, employees and executives for the foreseeable future

  • Can plan for large-scale projects easier

  • Can also become a point of pretension if not handled appropriately


Highlights
Highlights

  • Will Help Better the Company!

  • Experience and mastery in the particular field.

  • Less Turnover

  • Communication is Better

  • Less losses


Ceo s to do
CEO’s To-Do

  • Keep employeeshappy

  • Keep a clear message

  • Create a Succession Plan

  • Have Individual Assessments

  • Have Group Assessments


Resources
Resources

  • Huselid, M. A. (n.d.). Team Performance -- Team Appraisal. PMIA Performance Management Institute of Australia. Retrieved August 6, 2013, from http://www.pmia.org.au/team-performance.html

  • Individual and Team Performance Assessment. (n.d.). FAA: Home. Retrieved August 2, 2013, from http://www.faa.gov/data_research/research/med_humanfacs/humanfactors/indteamperformance/

  • Smith, G. (2004). Leading the professionals how to inspire & motivate professional service teams. London: Kogan Page.

  • Woodcock, M., & Francis, D. (2008). Team metrics resources for measuring and improving team performance. Amherst, Mass.: HRD Press.

  • Oechsli, M. (2006, July 31). Team Member Performance Reviews. WealthManagement.com Home Page. Retrieved October 2, 2013, from http://wealthmanagement.com/print/data-amp-tools/team-member-performance-reviews

  • Unknown. (n.d.). Unknown. Retrieved October 2, 2013, from irishtaxnews.files.wordpress.com/2012/07/succession_planning_model_large3-1.jpg



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