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Carlo Recio

(Business Policy Case Study)

Santos, John Benedict B.

BSA 3-1
Prof. Minerva Ferranco
April 18, 2016

Business Policy
The purpose of this policy is to set out clear guidance for rewarding employees
who make an exceptional sustained or one off contribution, whether individually, or as
part of a team, employee empowerment, and employee training and development and
employee job rotation.

Job Rotation
The Job Rotation Program involves the temporary assignment of an employee in
a particular position or department for a specified period of time to perform the specific
duties of another position. This is normally a voluntary assignment where the employee
treats the assigned duties as part of their regular responsibilities.
Any supervisor or employee may initiate a request for Job Rotation assignment
after careful evaluation of other available workforce strategies. All employees who have
completed their introductory period and have regular employment status in their current
position are eligible to participate in Job Rotation.
Rotations may be full-time, half-time or one day a week. Rotations can also be
based on an allocation of time where an employee works at their regular job for specific
periods and during the rest of the day they rotate to another job. Both the sending and
receiving supervisors should obtain approval for Job Rotation assignments through their
appropriate chain of command.
An employee on Job Rotation shall receive a performance evaluation at the
normal time. The sending and receiving supervisors shall collaborate as appropriate on
the evaluation. The sending supervisor shall retain responsibility for timely completion of
the evaluation. An employee on Job Rotation shall retain eligibility for promotional
opportunities. The assignment may be extended by mutual agreement of the parties.
Management may terminate the assignment at any time.

Job Rotations will not begin until a Memorandum of Agreement has been
completed and signed by the employee, sending supervisor and receiving supervisor. A
Job Rotation request can be denied if it cannot be balanced with the other needs.
If the rotation assignment is extended or terminated, the extension or termination
should be documented by memorandum, signed by all individuals on the original
agreement and copied to all parties.

Rewarding System
The companys rewards and recognition policy aims to encourage and acknowledge
superior performance in all areas and job functions. The policy recognizes
achievements that contribute to the overall objectives and success of company.
The Company wants to show its appreciation to individuals and teams that:

Create an environment of shared success and commitment

Exceed production, quality and sales targets
Create a safe working environment
Have excellent attendance records
Are recognized by their peers
Give successful employee referrals
Receive excellent customer service reviews
Demonstrate exceptional overall performance

The Company recognizes exceptional employees in a variety of ways including:

Verbal recognition
Providing career advancement opportunities
Cash bonuses
Gift Certificates
Merchandise / Tools
Parking spaces
Lunches and Dinners

Additional Paid Vacation Days

The Company recognizes and promotes positive behavior and supports its employees
in creating a happy and healthy atmosphere that enables employee and company
success. Specific recognition programs at the company include:

Attendance Awards
Employee of the Month
Employee Referral Awards
Peer Recognition Program
Safety Awards
Service Awards

Employee Empowerment
Responsibility of supervisors:

Supervisor makes the decision and announces it to staff. The supervisor provides

complete direction.
Supervisor makes the decision and then attempts to gain commitment from staff by

selling the positive aspects of the decision.

Supervisor may invite input into a decision while retaining authority to make the final

decision itself.
Supervisor may invite employees to make the decision with the supervisor. It must

consider equality in the decision process.

Supervisor may turn the decision over to another party and must also share any
preconceived picture anticipated outcome of the process.

Training and Development

Job-related training
This development may take the form of participation in workshops, seminars and

Career development
Programs, including courses, workshops, seminars, etc, are available under the
umbrella of Career Development. Such programs provide knowledge and skill
development to enhance an employee's work performance and potential career growth.
Financial assistance
The Company pays all the expenses of an employee undertaking training and
career development.