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Learn How Corporate Belief Systems Work For You

Have you ever wondered for what reason(s) you do or don't get a certain work position or promotion? Have you ever wondered who decides these reasons? Every company/business has a set of policies and practices to help them in Choosing the Right Employee(s).

By the time you finish reading this page you'll have access to information dealing with such issues as:

Learning how policies/practices are created
Learning who decides policies/practices
Learning how these policies/practices affect you
Learning how to find out what these policies/practices are

Discover trade secrets of upper management to help you secure the position you desire and protect the one you have! Policies and practices are not rules set only by members of the company/business. They're based and created upon lessons learned from experience. What's really involved and required when hiring, disciplining or firing people in particular positions. They're created from real experiences and needs within the particular trade or business.

These guidelines are usually decided by any combination of responsible people. Managers, labor leaders, safety and licensing officials, the people who create industry standards.

These policies and practices are also created from information gathered over time by "oversight" organizations. "Oversight" organizations are groups of people either created by the company or hired from outside the company to watch over how well a business is doing.

Often there is additional input from various other sources, including financial institutions, insurance underwriters, manufacturing partners and customer advocate groups, just to name a few.

There are basic policies and practices created to apply to every person in every different position within a company/business. There are the basic guidelines that decide if you do or don't get a work position or promotion.

What can you do?

You can contribute!

Most companies/businesses have suggestion boxes that will let you offer your own insights about how policies and/or practices can be improved.

There are governmental policies and practices that regulate such issues as worker's compensation, discrimination policies, tax guidelines and more. You will not have much to say about these ...

The best thing you can do is learn just what they are and how they affect and apply to you.

With larger companies, it's usually the responsibility of the people in the Human Resources or Personnel department to make certain all people involved in the company/business are fully aware of these policies and practices. This means everyone, from the owner to the latest employee.

It's also the responsibility of the people in these departments to apply these practices ... handling the hiring, disciplinary and firing processes.

With smaller and medium sized companies, the people responsible for hiring, etc. can be the owner or the company/business manager(s). And these people must always follow the specific guidelines already established for these processes.

"For the people, by the people" ...

The different policies, practices, and even laws, representing Corporate Belief Systems are "bottom line", for the protection of all people. Employers and employees. Anyone involved in the creation, manufacturing and/or selling of the products and/or services. And even the "end user" of the products and/or services, the paying customer.

Are you entering the workforce for the first time? Are you thinking about going into business for yourself?

Either way, it's very important, and your individual responsibility, to learn just what policies and practices apply to you. Research the particular industry/field and their companies/businesses you're interested in.

You can go to your local library and/or on the Internet to research this information.

Then make certain that you receive and carefully read any and all written material(s) outlining a company's policies and practices before you "sign on the dotted line".

Bottom line ...

Know your rights!

Whether you are an employee or an employer, learn what your individual rights, and limitations, are. Also learn what the rights, and limitations, of the company are.

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