In an organisation the managers are thinking to implement a new policy that may help to lead and manage the teams in effective manner. The policy is going to be introduced to establish an effective, accountable and transparent framework for managing workplace feedback.
The policy is going to be launched by the managers in order to establish a good working environment and effective teams so that the organisation may attain higher level of growth. The main purpose of the policy is to enhance employee engagement in the tasks of the company so that all the operations can be executed properly (Bush and Middlewood, 2013).
The policy may result in increased work quality of the employees and also enhance their interest in their duties that are assigned by the managers of the company. It is very beneficial for all the companies as it may result in enhanced benefits of the company because the staff members will show more interest in the operational activities of the firm.
The policy is mainly formed for the employees as it may help to enhance their work quality and concerned with their benefits. They are main target of the strategy and this is formulated by the managers. The plan is going to be implemented in various departments of the companies such as finance, human resource, marketing and other concerned departments who are responsible to contribute while attaining organisational objectives. As policy is going to be implemented by the management of the organisations and formulated by top management so the top management is not going to be affected by the policy and they are the exclusion of the policy. The policy is mainly launched for the development of effective teams which is a group of different staff members who are from various departments of an organisation.
Policy standards: There is major standard which needs to be followed by the companies while launching a new policy at their work place to form effective teams. The standard is to assign quantifiable requirements so that employee may put their efforts to attain all the gaols. This standard describes that managers or employers should provide good and quantifiable benefits to the staff members so that they may show increased interest in the tasks (Policy statements, 2018). If the organisations are not able to follow the standard than it may result in decreased employee engagement in the operations.
Topics that are covered in policy: the policy is concerned with employee’s job safety, their health, setting up ethical environment etc. It is very important for the organisations to have full control over the activities performed by staff members so that a proper and ethical working environment can be established in which all the employees and work effectively. If companies are not able to control over the actions of the employees than it may leave negative impact on the operational efficiency because than workers will not follow the instructions of the managers. This may also result in decreased profits and productivity of employees.
In the policy the managers are going to form effective team and then allot effective tasks to that team so that predetermined goals can be achieved.
There is various legal interference in an organisation that are implemented due to the power of government. It is very important for the companies to implement the policy effectively and legal authority, managers, leaders etc. Are responsible to assure that the policy has been implemented appropriately (Thamhain, 2013).
- Government: It is vital for the companies to take permission of government while implementing or launching any new policy because it is very important to run the business smoothly. If a company is not following the rules and regulation of the government than it may negatively affect the operations and may harm by setting a negative image in the market. Government of a nation is responsible to control the activities that are performed by organisation. While the companies are adapting the new policy to enhance employee engagement they should assure that all the regulations of legal authority get fulfilled.
- Managers and leaders: Both the managers and leaders are liable to analyse that the policy should be implemented effectively and efficiently as it may help to increase profits in upcoming years by motivating and developing the teams.
- At last the owners of the companies monitor that the policy is able to achieve all its objectives and it is also evaluated that it is increasing effectiveness or not. it has been also checked by the executives of firm that policy is relevant or not.
There are four different steps for the implementation of the policy and all of them are performed by different authorities the company. All the steps are explained below:
- Introduction: First step of the implementation process is the introduction of the policy which is done by the top executives of a company who form strategies in order to enhance productivity of employees.
- Application: Policy is applied by the managers within the organisation as they get guidance from top managers of the company and they follow all tehri commands.
- Follow: Employees of a company are liable tofollow the policy which has been implemented in the company so that they may grab all the growth and development opportunities.
- Control or monitor: Control department of an organisation is responsible to control and monitor the implemented policy so that the weak points can be analysed (Wheelan, 2014).
MONITORING AND REVIEW
Control and monitoring division of a company is responsible to review all the policies and then identify their weak and strong points so that the improvements can be made in order to enhance effectiveness of the company. It is not possible that a new policy is always remains perfect there is always a requirement for the future. This policy should also get modified as it enhances effectiveness but there is no accuracy of results which needs to be improved.
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