Government’s monitoring

Employment in the company calls for certain standards of deportment that has to be carried out by the employee since directly or indirectly, he is involved in the delivery of services in the community and certain business transactions pertinent to the delivery and operations are critical to the progress or downfall of this company. Employees of the company should live up to the highest ethical standards in the performance of their functions expected of them, not only to the management and pool of people, but by the general public as well.MANAGEMENT PREROGATIVE It shall include: 1. The planning, directing and control in the management operation. 2. Selection, hiring, and terminating if any, of employees. 3. Promotion and designation of employees to new assignments from employee classification to another. 4. Scheduling of hours, works, and shifts. 5. Assigning and transfer of employees from one job to another or from department to another.Changing or revision of the duties of each employee as the management may consider fir or proper conduct of the hospital. 7. Suspension, discharge or termination, or disciplining or employees for proper cause, in accordance with law. 8. Monitoring of and accountability of all details of transactions within the bounds company operations.9. Provision of operational definitions of transaction details, activities, and engagements, which are considered legal, ethical, and acceptable (or otherwise; i. e. unacceptable or “shady”) deals. The need for a more efficient, economical and equitable management of the human resources in business and industry has never been as pronounced as it is today. This need has been brought about by factors which inevitably affect not only the established structures and ways of doing things within the personal area but also by the more meaningful and substantial task of managing the organization’s most important asset – the human resource (Levinson, 2004; Read, 2004) .Among these factors are: stiffer competition in business; rapid changes in technological, competitive and economic environments such as the explosion of outsourcing (Levinson, 2004); the explosion of technical and managerial knowledge; spiraling wage and benefit costs; increasingly complex government intervention in running the business through laws and regulations; the growing strength of labor unions and the felt need in many businesses to find better ways to manage rapidly changing tasks involving the coordination of many diverse specialization (Kottila, 2001).Company policies reflect the company’s intentions of not only looking into employees’ benefits and/or plight, but its willingness to comply with authorities. Safety must be of prime importance in each organization and cooperation between employees and the imposed restrictions must be monitored and regulated. Any accident prevention program can only be effective and successful with the combined efforts of the management, supervisors, foremen and employees.This is where motivating the employees to participate is also critical and the constant and proper communication channels are employed in the organization. Government’s monitoring should also be unceasing because the tendency for institutions to make lapses and/or company support to be negligent with their duties can oftentimes occur (Clement, 1981).