The three major categories are technological, external and internal influences. Internal environment is the kind of events that occur inside the business. They are under the control of the company. They include management system, finance management and organizational culture. External environmental factors are the factors that are outside and beyond the company control. Examples include economic factors, competition and government regulations. Technological influences involve any changes that affect the application of technology tools and software. They either increase the productivity of the business or decrease it. The potential solution for the external influences is insuring the business against the risks that may arise. The case of internal, the management should strategize on their control. For the technological factors, the business should align its operations to utilize the technologies.
The position is the assistant manager. The roles of this position are; excellent oral communication skills, time management skills and ability to work under pressure, excellent interpersonal skills and honesty. Professional merits are; a graduate in business management or any related course and possession of a valid passport. A training program will run for two days. Each day will have two sessions; morning and afternoon. The first day is to train the employee on the field requirements. The second day is the orientation to the new position.
The approach of compensation of the four groups will depend on the education level and competence. Hence, the experience in this field will be considered. The two considerations of each position are the level of education on the related area of the profession and the experience. Experience will be determined by the number of years in the same field. The expected outcome of each employee will help in designing the compensation. This will make each employee work efficiently. Then the rewarding of the best employee will boost their morale to put extra effort.
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