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15. One of your co-workers just had an accident. He tells you that your supervisor has approved taking tomorrow off to take care of the situation. You anticipate that the next day is going to be very busy and his absence will require you to stay late. Being one person short also means that you and other employees will have less off-call time. In the past, you have requested time off under similar work loads and have been denied. You have plans immediately after work that you might have to ...
Weegy: e. Suggest to your supervisor that there might a better way to handle this situation. Ask the supervisor to allow employees to discuss the best way to handle the issue. [ Assure the supervisor that any proposed solution will allow the co-worker to take care of the situation, but also minimize the stress on the other employees. ] User: 16. One of your co-workers seems to be an outstanding employee. The co-worker is loyal to the company, assumes additional responsibilities when asked, and volunteers to work overtime and weekends. The employee never complains about extra work. Despite this, you have never seen anyone recognize your co-worker for superior performance. You feel that this co-worker does not receive enough recognition from fellow employees or the supervisor. What would you do? a. Ask your co-worker why she works so hard given the lack of recognition of any kind. It seems unfair to work that hard with no recognition. b. Do nothing because recognizing employees is up to supervisors and management and not fellow employees. Focus on doing your job to the best of your ability and do not worry about things that do not relate directly to you. c. Approach your co-worker and give her praise and thanks for the hard work and commitment. Take initiative to commend your co-worker. Her extra effort benefits everyone. d. Approach the co-worker’s supervisor and compliment her hard work. Tell the supervisor that recognizing this employee may encourage other employees to show as much commitment. e. Do nothing since your co-worker is probably well paid, which justifies the extra work. (More)
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16. One of your co-workers seems to be an outstanding employee. The co-worker is loyal to the company, assumes additional responsibilities when asked, and volunteers to work overtime and weekends. The employee never complains about extra work. Despite this, you have never seen anyone recognize your co-worker for superior performance. You feel that this co-worker does not receive enough recognition from fellow employees or the supervisor. What would you do? a. Ask your co-worker why she works so ...
Weegy: d. Approach the co-worker’s supervisor and compliment her hard work. Tell the supervisor that recognizing this employee may encourage other employees to show as much commitment. User: . You see a co-worker working under obvious pressure to solve a customer’s problem quickly while other employees are acting unprofessional. Their behavior is distracting your co-worker. What would you do? a. Force everyone to be quiet by raising your voice, shouting that they need to respect the co-worker’s need to finish the job. Wait until everyone leaves and then return to your station. b. Jump in and help the co-worker meet the deadline. There is no reason why you should not help out co-workers when they are facing a difficult situation. c. Fitting in with the other employees is important, so you decide to join in on the horseplay since the co-worker is experienced and will solve the problem anyway. Your co-worker has been known to engage in unprofessional behavior with other employees from time to time. d. Walk out of the room knowing that if a supervisor saw what was going on, everyone involved would be reprimanded. It is not your responsibility to try to control what other employees do on the job. e. Politely ask the employees to go somewhere else to minimize the distractions. There is no reason to disrupt someone’s work. (More)
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