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AP management have address this culture by a numeral of strategies: Firstly, a job statement supports prompt shared goals and values (Kiffin-Petersen & Cordery, 2003; Mallack& Lyth, 2003). By accommodating this goal, it gives purpose and connotation to what employees do (Mallack& Lyth, 2003). It allows for more individual confidence on staff to take accountability for their own health care (Robbins et al., 2011 & ACT Health, 2011-2014). Secondly, education and awareness programs for new employees and enduring by the code of conduct is imposed by managers to promote satisfactory behaviours (Narimawati, 2007; Johnson et al., 2005). Studies in the medical workforce suggest, the instituting of clear values and expected behaviours by managers is a dynamic strategy to improve proficient behaviours (ACT Health, 2011-2014; Walshe & Smith, 2011).
The specific goals of InterClean’s program focuses on the effectiveness of the sales and the sales management team to deliver quality products and solutions for the health care industry. With this goal in mind, Jim Martin will temporarily work in the field with the sales team to perform the following: Performance Goals • ... ... middle of paper ... ...program is that as more training modules are available on the company intranet, employees can continue the ongoing training process to enhance skills, knowledge, sales processes and goals. Alternate Methods An alternate training method that could be used is the individual would be provided with opportunities to attend leadership skills and sales training seminars. The company also has annual sales training that is a requirement of employment. This will be evaluated on an individual and as needed basis.
Occupational Safety & Health Administration The hospital has an OSHA team that addresses related issues thtoughout the hospital. On many occassions the facility has had mock visits from the OHSA team to look at opportunities for improvements. The team consists of several participants that range from the Director, Janet Detuch of occupational health, RN manager, Infections Control manager, to Environmental Health and Compliance manager. “The purpose of the team is to provide for a work environment as free of hazards and exposure risks as possible and to demonstrate compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations (CHC 2003). “ Frequency of Training and Audits Janet’s responsibility is to be in the know of all the policies.
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