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― Plato


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Date: 08/26/13            

Bilingual and Bi-cultural employee training for Hispanics

The Importance of Discipline

in an Organization

Behavioral problems in the workplace call for supervisors to take action to ensure that the problem is contained and remedied. The importance of discipline in the organization cannot be underestimated, since employee morale, productivity and even company profitability can be adversely affected. A positive approach may resolve a problem before it worsens; however, discipline should be used carefully by following company policy while respecting the worker’s rights.

Important disciplinary actions to consider in the workplace

Self-discipline – Previous to the verbal warning

– Explain what is expected

– Keep him/her informed about plans, changes, procedures

– Explain consequences to other co-workers and the company

– Offer the opportunity that she/he self-correct

Verbal – Corrective discipline

– Get information on the problem, ask and listen 

– Explain the polices and rules and what is expected from him /her

– Explain possible consequences for insubordination: writing warning, probation or termination

– Try to agree on the solution and make a plan of action, set  goals

– Any verbal warning should be documented with all details and included in his/her file

– Make a formal warning (in writing) including:

• The specific problem

• Dates

• Effects of the problem on: other employees and the company

• Steps taken so far to correct the problem

• Should indicate if a writing warning, probation, or possible termination may result if the problem is not resolved.

• The employee’s signature, or note explaining that she/he did not want to sign it

– Decide on possible disciplinary actions:

• Place in probation for a specific period of time

• Transfer the person to another department

• Demote him/her

• Send him/her home without pay for a few days

• Involuntary termination


Just 4 Fun

“Being a good communicator means people find out what is really wrong with you”

Ideas and Insights

What to do during a conflict in the company

(as the manager or supervisor)

· Give thanks to the people for bringing their situation with you

· Show empathy and genuine concern on the problem

· Offer your help to resolve the conflict

· Take some responsibility (depends on the situation)

· Collect information and get to the bottom of the problem

· Repeat what they are saying, by listening to what they said might help both sides (sometimes could be a misunderstanding or a communication problem)

· Shows that you really care about them (People with the conflict)

· Take an attitude of “let’s solve the problem together”

· Show respect and trust

· Do not argue … ask

· Always be fair and stay calm

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Experience and Knowledge

We have the solution!

At BetterEmployees.net we are committed to help business owners and managers to generate more revenue, contributing to positive change in employees and the organization. We do this by teaching and encouraging their managers, supervisors and employees to give their best, to be more productive, to do things better, and simplify processes for the benefit of all.

We are a professional company with experience that earns the trust and respect of the directors and participants.
Our training programs In Spanish are practical, easy to use and especially effective.
If this is what you are looking for, please review the information that follows, and/or e-mail or call us to answer any questions.
  1. You have supervisors and employees who need training in Spanish.
  2. You want to increase the profits of the company and improve productivity and attitude among staff.
  3. You’re looking for a trainer who has more than 15 years of experience developing leaders, can train in native Spanish, and is bicultural.
  4. You need a trainer to teach your employees to solve problems and save hundreds of thousands of dollars to your company?
  5. Over all are you looking for an effective trainer who has a good record of getting results?

The first bicultural LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT training program

in Spanish in more than 15 recorded video-conferences, 

created by a Latino for Latinos.

(More than 17 years of experience developing Hispanic leaders!)

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