imagine you are newly appointed superviosr/manager within your service. you need to update your staff handbook to reflect current employment law. Identify three different sources of information yoy could use to enable you to do this
The supervisor is often responsible to represent the employee's requests and to management, along with also representing the employee's case for deserving a reward. [ For example, if an employee deserves a promotion, the supervisor often must justify the case for promotion to the supervisor's supervisor, as well. If the employee has a rather unique personal situation that warrants special
consideration by the rest of management, the supervisor must explain this situation and how it can be handled. It's not unusual for employees to sometimes see the supervisor as part of "management" while at other times seeing the supervisor as a personal friend. RESPONSIBILITIES OF SUPERVISORS
Before Reviewing Responsibilities, There Are Two Considerations
Often, Supervisors Hold Two Jobs
Note that in some types of organizations, e.g., a matrix organization, the supervisor attends solely to the responsibilities of the supervisoral role. However, in many organizations, the supervisor is responsible not only for supervisoral responsibilities, but also for product-line responsibilities, that is, to get a product or service out the door. Products and services generate revenue. Consequently, the role of supervision sometimes takes a "background" role to the product-line role.
Support of Human Resources Department
Note that if the organization is large enough, the supervisor is fortunate to have a staff department, e.g., Human Resources (HR) Department, that directs or supports many of the activities carried out by supervisors. The supervisor still carries out the supervisory responsibilities, but HR is a tremendous help. For example, HR guides and supports activities in staffing, development and management of personnel policies and records, training and development, performance appraisals and performance problems, career counseling, organization development, etc. ]
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