This learning track contains the following online training courses: Supervision Basics Management Essentials Managing for Success. Much of what managers and supervisors do is solve problems and make decisions. New managers and supervisors, in particular, often solve problems and decisions by reacting to them. They're "under the gun", stressed and very short of time. Consequently, when they encounter a new problem or decision they must make, they react with a decision that seemed to work before. It's easy with this approach to get stuck in a circle of solving the same problem over and over again. Therefore, as a new manager or supervisor, get used to an organized approach to problem solving and decision making.
This learning track contains the following 4 online training courses: 1. Increasing Employee Engagement, 2. Retaining Your Employees, 3. Recognizing Employees, and 4. Providing Resources for Success Employee engagement illustrates the commitment and energy that employees bring to work and is a key indicator of their involvement and dedication to the organization. Employees who are engaged are more productive, content and more likely to be loyal to an organization. When organizations put sound HR best practices in place, they are more likely to discover that employees feel satisfied, safe and will work to their full potential and that means they are more likely to stay put.
Managers learn how to discuss compensation issues, rewards, as well as company benefits with individual employees. This Learning Track Bundle consists of the following online training courses: Developing and Coaching Employees Giving Great Feedback Discussing Total Compensation. Because employers anticipate a counter offer, many include room for negotiation in their first offer. This is truer for jobs at a higher level or higher salary. If you accept the first offer, you may be leaving money on the table. This could be compounded as future bonuses, salary increases, and insurance coverage are often based on the base salary level. Regardless of whether the employer has room to increase the salary offer, you should be comfortable asking. But be careful: don’t make demands or issue ultimatums unless you really are willing to walk away from the existing offer.