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CHAPT1 EXPECTATIONS OF EMPLOYERS 7.1 7.1Job Performance and Attitudes 7.2 7.2Rating Work Behavior Chapter 7.

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1 CHAPT1 EXPECTATIONS OF EMPLOYERS Job Performance and Attitudes Rating Work Behavior Chapter 7

2 CHAPTER 72 JOB PERFORMANCE AND ATTITUDES Name and describe the five things that employers expect regarding job performance Name and describe the seven things that employers expect regarding work habits and attitudes Objectives Lesson 7.1

3 CHAPTER 73 EMPLOYER EXPECTATIONS Productivity – Productivity is the output of a worker. Quality of work Good judgment – Judgment is thinking about a problem and making the right decision. Safety consciousness Care of equipment Lesson 7.1

4 CHAPTER 74 WORK HABITS AND ATTITUDES Attendance and punctuality – Punctuality means being on time. Cooperation – Cooperation means getting along with others Interest and enthusiasm – Interest is a feeling of excitement and involvement. – Enthusiasm is eagerness or a strong interest in something. Lesson 7.1

5 CHAPTER 75 WORK HABITS AND ATTITUDES Honesty – Honesty is a refusal to lie, steal, or mislead in any way. Loyalty – Loyalty means believing in and being devoted to something. Lesson 7.1 (continued)

6 CHAPTER 76 SERIOUS PROBLEMS OF YOUNG, ENTRY LEVEL WORKERS (in rank order) 1. 1.Absent too frequently 2. 2.Requires too much supervision 3. 3.Lacks initiative 4. 4.Is not observant enough 5. 5.Does not listen well 6. 6.Arrives late or leaves early too often 7. 7.Does not consider consequences of actions 8. 8.Socializes too much 9. 9.Cannot accept suggestions or criticism Doesn’t seem to care about doing a job well Lesson 7.1

7 CHAPTER 77 RATING WORK BEHAVIOR Describe the purposes of performance evaluation Explain the two-step evaluation process Objectives Lesson 7.2

8 CHAPTER 78 PURPOSES OF EVALUATION A performance evaluation is the process of judging how well an employee is doing on the job. Lesson 7.2

9 CHAPTER 79 HOW YOU ARE EVALUATED Informal feedback Formal evaluations – Standard procedures – Regular time intervals – Two-step process Supervisor fills out an evaluation form Employee meets with supervisor to discuss strengths and weaknesses Lesson 7.2

10 CHAPTER 710 SAMPLE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION FORM Lesson 7.2


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