Tough call but likely the right one, Junk.
Today's generation are motivated differently than previous ones. They're far more likely to walk from the job than previous gens. They want to understand how their role is important. They don't want to be supervised, especially in the classic sense... and they're chronically challenged when it comes to keeping a regular schedule. I have one lady working for me who will not show up at a regular time and often wants to leave early... but just as often, she shows up early and stays late. Rather than getting grumpy about the clock, I keep an informal eye on her hours and she's consistently above the required number... often the highest number of hours of my group. Hard to manage? No. Hard to schedule around? Yeah... but very productive. Luckily, our tasks allow me to give her that flexibility. If not, she would likely go elsewhere.
junk!! "WARNING" The views and opinions of this forum user might not be suitable for others, this user may appear to be heavily over-medicated, under medicated, intoxicated, listening to the voices in his head or just plain being an ass, so some viewers may be offended!~!!! www.gmjunkie.com Founding Member: 10 Corvettes Anonymous
There comes a time when you just have to give them the door. It seems like they do not want to listen to advice. I am on the committe at my church responsible for the Staff parish hiring and we had to let our youth director go for a number of reasons. We did try to explain that they should look at what happened and try to make it a learning experience for their future. We pointed out untill they get themselves to understand that they work for us and not the other way around their future employment would probable end up the same way. Oh and be extra smart don't ask for a reference from us.
Owned and Operated by © 2000-2013 Corvette Action Center | |
© CORVETTE is a registered trademark of the General Motors Corporation & Chevrolet Motor Division. Neither Chevrolet Motor Division nor any subsidiaries of GM© shall bear any responsibility for CorvetteActionCenter.com content, comments, or advertising. CorvetteActionCenter.com is independent from GM© and is not affiliated with, sponsored or supported by GM©. Copyright/trademark/sales mark infringements are not intended, or implied. All Rights Reserved