• A typical day at work:
Most days I get in early so I can get emails done and be ready to update corporate on any information upon their request form our working site/branch and the project team meeting if they are announced. On a typical day, I have interviews/screening or I am schedule with meeting new hired employees for their orientations—to give a warm welcome with a strong explanation of what are our expectations are as a company; training; verifying their schedules/lunch breaks and the rules and regulation that are implemented on their journey to success with us as new employees. Without any schedules or orientations daily I am out to research for any missing punch in/out hours from previous day to ensure all pay hours are coordinated daily and accurately along with uniform/Id’s/manifest spar check amongst our employees that are delivering company products. In addition, generating daily excel compliance report for attendance, lateness, and exceeding overtime hour cost vs productivity while controlling and maintained the records of proof of package acceptance. At the end of the day my office has an open door policy where employees can feel free to voice their concerns or challenges they might have. Then ask myself what was the learning Segment of the day to add towards my experience.
• What I have learned
I have learned seeing the person inside of the employees.
We all hope to work with people we admire and respect. And we all hope to be admired and respected by the people we work with. We want to be more than a title, more than a role. We want to be a person, too. That's why a kind word, a quick discussion about family, a brief chat about the triathlon I just finished or the trip I just took or the hobby I just started--those moments are infinitely more important than any meeting or performance evaluations. I care about you when you care about me--and the best way to show you care is to show, by word and action, that you appreciate me as a person and not just an employee.
I was more in a Managers environment style of Pacesetting; where the primary objective of accomplishing tasks to a high standard of excellence.
• The “do it myself” manager
• Performs many tasks personally and expects employees to follow his/her example
• Motivates by setting high standards and expects self-direction from employees
• Your co-workers
As a Payroll Compliance Manager the style that best describe my relationship with co-workers would be authoritative; the primary objective of providing long-term direction and vision for employees.
• The “firm but fair” manager
• Gives employees clear direction
• Motivates by persuasion and feedback on task performance
• The hardest part of the job
Difficult working environment, feeling excluded---No one to go to for support.
• The most enjoyable part of the job
The most enjoyable part of the job is having a purpose/mission/challenge.
"I love that my job challenges me every day in different ways,"
"Do not limit my challenges but challenge your limits." "I love that my job challenges me every day in different ways.
"Give me MCP: mission, challenge and purpose."