I work on my own and some time with a trainer. I do train new employees at times. The concern I have is that they never seem to stay long enough and the training and my time is wasted. That sounds like a disadvantage, but it’s more hours in.
Flexible hours work for me and I can …show more content…
Restraining forces (barriers to change) computer skills needed to stock shelves according to the templates off-site on the computer. Able to lift totes that can be too heavy for some people. Driving forces finding out why no one stays long. Reduced restraining forces, the computer trainings should be able to turn in scheduling and survey information after the shift is completed.
As a manager I would check the schedule and redo it. Change the scheduling to comply with the deliveries. If the products don’t come in when scheduled the worker can’t stick around and wait on them, they have other obligations (stores) to do. The waiting time is only ½ hour after scheduling time if longer than they need to be put off till the next day but this makes it harder.
If the product doesn’t come in then the next day work would be screwed up because the day before work would need to be done. My recommendation if I were manager is the schedule would be rearranged and the product would come in one day and the work would be done the next day. I would use the persuasive static to get my workers motivated and eager to work. Some form of persuasion to