Designing A Reward System
A good manager or supervisor will implement a reward system. Employee award systems are used for motivation to ones employees, with the goal being not to just meet expectations but to exceed them performing at their best capabilities. This system includes all benefits monetary and non-monetary that proves to be worth something to the employee. Implementing a reward system for a human services organization will help ensure basic needs are met, competitive benefits are offered, benefits are equally distributed, and empoyees are treated as individuals. I will include intrinsic and extrinsic rewards in my system. “A suitable reward systems is essential to ensuring that an organization’s investment in its employees is managed effectively. A reward systems also provides a powerful means of implementing an organization’s competitive strategy. When properly designed and executed, a total reward systems can be a powerful driver of business success”(Yi'hua& Hai Ming,2011).
I will ensure basic needs are met by determining the cost of living for my employees. I will make sure the salary of my employees can meet their basic needs such as food, shelter, and clothes as well as an allowance. Job security is also a need on the job so that employees feel secure in their workplace knowing they are a vital asset to the organization. Although, I might have terminate employment for more than on employee in what seems like a short time span I will explain the details of termination to my employees so they understand that they will remain secure in their job if they follow the rules and guidelines. The only exception to this would be if I had no control of the terminations. I would advise my employees that I am an advocate for them and care for them as individuals.
Competitive benefits will be offered such as sick leave, vacation, bonuses, insurance, and retirement funds. I will do what most organization...
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