1.Wear clothing that is appropriate 2. Ramble on and on and on and on……….. 3. Am I bothered!!?
4.Not wanting to grow 7. No questions 5. Lack of research 6. Lack of response
8. No snoring! 9. Serious face 10. Sit properly
What should you do when an employee suddenly feels the need to adorn her office with religious statues, pictures, and icons? Your initial reaction may be to leave the situation alone as long as, in your objective opinion, it doesn’t appear to go overboard. On the other hand, once a coworker makes mention of the fact that she’s not comfortable entering the initial employee’s cubicle because of the overly religious tone that has been established, it may be reasonable for you to initiate a conversation with that employee. So what do you say?
Your Galukian members of staff speak in their native tongue of Galuk during breaks and work time. At first this did not cause an issue but now other team members are complaining How do you approach this subject?
Your staff member spends what you consider to be unreasonable time on the Internet, on non-work related issues. How do you approach this issue?
How would you approach a conversation related to a pattern of excessive, unscheduled absence (around weekends)
You have had several conversations and set targets (which they have failed) with your staff member regarding their lack of job knowledge, it is far lower than you would expect. Construct a conversation to manage this situation in an appraisal
Except in extreme circumstances do not: • Hold a learner around the neck • Slap, kick or punch a learner • Twist a learners arm • Pull hair
Apply pressure to the chest abdomen or groin area • Force a learner to the floor • Use clothing to control movement