Complete the Performance Management Plan task as described in the Email from Traci on the Atwood and Allen Consulting page. From: Traci Goldeman To: You Subject: Welcome! Welcome! It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to our team. Atwood and Al

Complete the Performance Management Plan task as described in the Email from Traci on the Atwood and Allen Consulting page.

 

 

From: Traci Goldeman
To: You
Subject: Welcome!

Welcome!

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to our team. Atwood and Allen consulting is one of the leaders in business development and innovation and we are successful because of our team. It is with your help that we will continue to be a leader in our field, and I am excited to work with you.

Over the next several weeks, you will be given various tasks that you must complete for our clients. I have assigned you to three particular clients. Each of these clients is in a unique situation and, to give you a variety to work with, I have chosen a small-, medium-, and large-sized business. All of the businesses you will be working with are venturing into new territory and they need help with their HR policies and procedures.

I will be in communication with each of these clients and I will save my communications with them for you to use as a reference. Most, if not all, of the information you need to complete the tasks should be available in the communications, so make sure you check them carefully for any relevant and useful information.

Each week, you will be required to work with only one of the clients, although you may choose which client to work with. In the following weeks, you can either continue to work with the same client, or you can choose to work with the other clients. In some instances, however, you will need to work with a group to complete the task. Your team, however, will still have the freedom to choose which client to work with. I want you to have the freedom to work with the size and type of business that interests you, but I also want you to have the opportunity to be challenged by working with business sizes or types that may be more unfamiliar to you.

The choice is yours. No matter what, though, you're going to gain some valuable experience and I'm happy you're a part of our team. Now, let's get to work!

Sincerely,

Traci Goldeman
Manager
Atwood and Allen Consulting

Phone Conversation with Bradley Stonefield

Traci: Hi, this is Traci.

Bradley: Hey, Traci, this is Bradley Stonefield returning your call.

Traci: Hey, Bradley, did you get the recommendations for the pay and benefits strategies I sent over?

Bradley: Yes, I got them and I’m still looking them over, but they look really good so far.

Traci: Great! While you review those, I’d like to have my employees start working on some recommendations for a performance management plan for you. Is that all right?

Bradley: That would be great. What information do you need from me?

Traci: I think I have everything I need, but let me just run through it with you to make sure our information is current. Let me pull up my list. OK…type of business?

Bradley: Limousine service.

Traci: New location?

Bradley: Austin, Texas.

Traci: Current location?

Bradley: Same place.

Traci: Number of employees?

Bradley: Plan for 25.

Traci: Annual Net Revenue?

Bradley: I expect -$50,000 annual net revenue this year.

Traci: Revenue growth?

Bradley: 5%, for a couple of years.

Traci: OK, that’s the information I have on file, so we’re good to go there. We’ll also need to know your turnover rate.

Bradley: Sure. I’m going to predict an annual employee turnover rate of 10%.

Traci: All right. That should be all the information we need right now to come up with some recommendations for you. We’ll get them over to you within the next week or two.

Bradley: That sounds great!

Traci: OK, have a great week.

Bradley: You too.

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