STAFFING AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

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As important as how you manage your time and material resources are
the people you recruit to bring energy, ability and focus to your
organisation and to your given mission at large.

Remember that your new staff will become your new team, in wet and dry,
to win with, and in the length, it can consist of both new and older
team members, depending all about of what type of situation you're going
into or will be handling as time pass and progress forward and more
drops on your desk.

Or perhaps even a credit reflection of what you as a director or your agency can afford, or what you want to achieve by not spending so much money in the end. :-(



Remember that those younger are a little faster and the Seniors have
more job and life experience to contribute with. That's really worthy.
Including the ability to handle stress. And also the younger have
someone to ask when things get difficult or 'somewhat' messed up.

Manage accordingly.

It's of overall importance that all job key roles are filled, and
that those roles are filled by individuals who will take real
responsibility and pride for the energy they put into their work.

Manage a list so that all your employed staff has a clear job description of what they should be doing,
so that they know what his or her responsibilities are and what's
expected of them at work, at all times, in your 'standard boss point of
view'.



In all cases - Make it clear who is responsible for what, PRECISELY
in detailed writing, so you can avoid any confusions later. It also
makes the persons and staff members in charge of a particular work
necessity - a clear picture in their mind of what is expected of them at
work. Everybody likes to fulfill and perfect the job description that
is given to them by their employer, so the accurate job description will
actually help them to improve and perform better over time!

Everyone needs to know why they would eventually be fired from their work, and now they should know or can figure it out.

[ If you wrote the job description right, it's an unsaid side-effect. No harm done. It all works. ]





So, accurate job descriptions are important for all work situations, but
they are particularly important for companies or agencies handling
other people or their life situations. In interviews with media, have a
'charmy' man/woman who knows what he is talking about and not tries to
fool anyone in front of the media. People can see through that and you
don't want that publicity. If your work involve research let the 'geeks'
run the day-to-day work. In dangerous combat areas, supply sufficient
communication equipment and have back-ups prepared at all times. For
fast extraction or for delivery of extra supplies.

And probably in a lot more areas we didn't write here. Your workers
perceived missions can be somewhat chaotic and can sometime take place
in really stressy environments, and you should adjust their pressure
accordingly. Please reduce factors contributing to stresss and perhaps
also go over and rewrite the job descriptions once a year. Please do it
together with each and everyone in your staff. That will always help
everyone focus and concentrate on the greater objective at large. (Don't
forget this!)

Remember to thank everyone with a party, from time to time, where
they can bring their family or the one who is closest to them, with them
to your organizations celebrations! And arrange so they can sort of
"brag a little", in front of their families at home (about their great
employment/employer). -Boosts morale when executed right, we know it to
be true!

If you can afford it, buy taxi-rides for their home return in advance, let's say around 00.30 to 02.30 if it's an evening party.

Get everyone in the mood! Music and free drinks! Good food and snacks. Perhaps a stage comedian after dinner?

-They will all feel that they are well taken care of and not used until they fall apart.

Again- it's a cheap employee energy kickback.

The 5 steps you need to perform, to achieve the overall success in this world, dear Sir or Madame :

1. Recruit staff of good character.

2. Manage accurate job descriptions.

3. Manage the new tasking of staff successfully according to new situations with perfection, or hire someone that does.

4. Make a yearly overview of this years work, and in front of the next years, with each staff member individually.

5. And finally thanking them all together from time to time, for performing their best!

*That's Most Important* (Number 5)





Do all of the above, and you will all be successful together. And so will everyone you come in contact with during work hours.

Happy staff gets happy customer/client relations.

If you follow these advices, they will all perform well over time,
and your staff will also generate and accomplish more than what you
expect of them !

Everyone will be happy with this leadership of yours!


We wish you all the best in your future endeavours on this planet!






We aim at bettering the performance of individuals and groups in organizational settings and environments.




/ The politicalavenue.com team

--------Don't forget your partyhats!

Ps. Buy good equipment and nice office chairs. Free cold sodas are
always welcome at work! Get a vending machine with free cans/bottles
without coins! Ds.


The companies on the picture rents out/leases out the vending machines
and fills them up for you every week. You will get a cheaper price per
can or bottle than regular. There are also sandwich/snack machines if
you want to install a free cafeteria. You will be considered the best
employer!

THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME READING THIS POST!

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