Functional Competency dictionary for Finance and Accounts

An example/draft of Functional Competency dictionary designed for personnel engaged in Finance & account: DEPARTMENT: Finance and Accounts CAREER STAGE MANAGE SELF MANAGE OTHERS MANAGE MANAGER COMPETENCY AREA DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Job/ Technical Knowledge Basic knowledge in overall work related areas in accounts / Accounting standards. §   Proficiency of corporate Accounting Practice/Standard Auditing Practices along with the expertise in budget analysis and identification of variance §   Interacts with branches & group companies for inter-unit accounting matters and respective receivables, settling any disputes and finalizing the financial matters with the respective heads of Finance & Accounts teams §   Supervise and control of creditors account §   Providing stock statements to the bankers.…

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Employee Satisfaction Survey -Methodology

The main objective of this project is not only learning the theoretical aspects but also to get practical knowledge of every aspect related to employee satisfaction survey methodology. I was given opportunity to work on every massive part of the project, which could give me a bird’s eye view of the whole organization. Following is the methodology I have used in survey: Primary methodology for conducting employee satisfaction survey– questionnaire (paper-and-pencil). The choice of methodology should be based on what is best for the respondents – best in terms of convenience, ease of use, and trust in the method in which case internet is more cost effective. If all employees…

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Organizational Survey Scope

Rapidly growing organization. When an organization is growing quickly, it is critical to find out how employees feel about their job, the organization and their future within it. High or growing turnover rate of employees. Growing turnover is a problem for any organization. Some industries have a naturally high turnover, if your absolute level of turnover exceeds the industry average, then industry can have a problem and to solve such problems an employee’s satisfaction survey is required. Excessive rumors. A strong rumor mill is symptomatic of other problems in the organization. Tease can include miscommunication, distrust, and fear. Only a survey can uncover the extend to which any of these…

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Need for an Organizational Surveys

The Need For Survey This is a fairly tip. There are two questions to ask yourself: Do you have employees? Do you know how they feel about their jobs and their work environment? If the answer to the first question is yes and the answer to the second question is no, you need to conduct an employee satisfaction survey, even if you have a few employees and gather the information through informal discussion or survey. Employee’s satisfaction level shows how many employees are performing and wants to thrive at your working place. There is considerable cost to an organization if worker satisfaction is low as this can result in job…

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