Is Job Sharing part of your Business Standards?
There are many reasons employers need to develop and maintain written policies and procedures. The issue employers have is not knowing how to get started.
The written policies and procedures can make sure that all employers are aware of the policies and procedures, help insure consistency when processing responsible task and help employers' with ensuring internal control are operating effectively.
The key when establishing the written policies and procedures is keeping them detailed and simple. This allows for internal job sharing and staff flexibility because not only can the employer train existing personnel and establish a back-up person. They can also boost team morale by showing to be more accommodating and flexible.
Job sharing also means a business can sustain after departing from a key employee , no matter the reason.
The cost to establishing these written policies and procedures is far less than the strain a company may experience when they face the desperation of needing a development overnight.
Fontenot & Associates Solutions creates each written policy and procedure unique not only to the company but also to their staff.
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Hello, I'm Terra the Founder and Marketing Director of Fontenot & Associates Solutions. Thank you for joining my Accounting world. Our blog's purpose is to teach with the determination of closing industry and accounting process gaps that knowingly exist with our uniquely designed detailed procedures and trainings.
My mission is to offer the best accounting results for all companies seeking to close their process gaps with actual solutions. With my Bachelors and Masters Degree in Accounting, I strive for continuous development and professional growth in this profession. My professional career has been in the Oil & Gas industry for nearly the past 10 years but my business focus is to support and train accounting professionals in all industries.