Caribbean Smokehouse Case Study

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Employee Performance Performance Appraisal Process This appraisal policy applies to all full or part-time Caribbean Smokehouse employees regardless of the fund source. The appraisal process is designed to encourage constructive conversation between employees and their supervisors. The process clarifies job responsibilities, enhances the staff 's member 's professional development, and discusses performance expectations. Performance reviews are normally conducted every six (6) months from the date of hire, with the exception of a three month review at the end of your probationary period. After the employee becomes permanent, it is conducted once a year by the immediate supervisor. After the Performance Appraisal is completed, it is discussed…show more content…
The supervisor will also indicate when a follow-up appraisal will be scheduled. This should occur within three to six months of the appraisal. This is a good time to discuss your future goals with the company so that he/she can help you to progress and to grow. Workplace Behavior Caribbean Smokehouse is responsible for providing a safe and secure workplace and strives to ensure that all individuals connected with the company are treated in a polite and fair manner. All forms of behavior that are considered unacceptable in the workplace can’t be possibly put in this handbook therefore additional details can be found in the company’s Code of Conduct in the HR department. The following are examples of behavior that would be considered infractions of Caribbean Smokehouse rules of conduct that may include termination of employment. • Theft or inappropriate removal or possession of property. • Working under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs • Fighting or threatening violence in the workplace. • Sexual or other unlawful or unwelcome harassment • Possession of dangerous or unauthorized materials, such as explosives or firearms, in the workplace. • Unauthorized disclosure of business “secrets” or confidential…show more content…
We comply with all applicable health, safety and environmental laws and regulations. We each have a responsibility to abide by safe operating procedures and Company policies (including the Company’s No-Smoking Policy), to guard our own and our fellow employees ' health and to prevent environmental incidents. You must quickly report any concerns you have regarding health, safety or environmental matters to your manager. Managers will frequently review their organization 's effectiveness of their health and safety programs. These programs must include necessities for employee training in job specific topics as mandated by OSHA. Installation of new equipment or modification of existing facilities should include an examination, during the planning stage, of impact on employee health and safety. This program is designated to improve employee morale and productivity. It also reduces the extent and severity of work related injuries and illnesses. We will have training and drills for emergencies for all employees every 6 months. We will also have a first aid kit on site and emergency care nearby for customers and
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