Filling management positions can pose a challenge. While you may have high performing employees that you can promote within, you risk them not being prepared for the management role and their absence of labor resulting in lowered production numbers. Resulting in these employees being more valuable in their current roles. In order to avoid this mistake, it’s essential to look for talent who possess the following 16 characteristics that make for a good manager:
Topics: labor shortage, Labor Management, reduce labor costs, Management Mistakes, Management Impact, Manufacturing Management, Workforce Management, Workforce Management Tools, Improve Labor Management, Making a Good Manager
Engineered standards are key to implementing production planning, management reporting, incentive structures, and individual accountability. Standards are developed using techniques that create fair expectations of the output projected over a specific time frame.
By David Cook
Many employers utilize incentive pay programs to motivate their employees. The design of these programs are to aid in employee retention, company loyalty, worker satisfaction, and ultimately, lower costs. By having tenured employees and a reduction in turnover, businesses benefit from not having to train new employees and can minimize mistakes in the production process.
There are two layers to nGROUP’s approach to success. Conducting and implementing numerous studies to discover what is needed for us to meet production goals is the science of what we do. The consistent ability to motivate workers is the art of what we do. Technology has allowed us to unite art and science into one labor management system.
We've been thought that workers will be more motivated if a financial carrot is dangled. The increase in productivity will fund the incentives and boost morale. But most of the time, this doesn’t work. The individual and corporate goals don't match up and companies cannot measure true individual performance.
Topics: performance partners, Human Logistics, Labor Management, training, Business, Cost, reduce labor costs, labor costs, employee retention, Energize Employees, Labor Cost Solution, Labor Solutions, Management Mistakes