Military Turn Overs - Check List - Research
Turnover checklists are documents used to verify payrolls, proceeds and income statements against the restrictions defined by the checklist itself. This proposal's purpose is to develop the checklists currently in use. Evidently, this process can at times be difficult following to the complicity of making accurate comparisons and deriving viable results from it. Furthermore, this process requires critical analysis as it needs to be true since all similar data must reflect from the documents in verification. In relation to this, coming up with a checklist for each company is not only beneficial to the employee but also to the company
This research will therefore help on edifice of the proper checklist with the intent to eliminate re-training personnel following to the poor turnover results. Markedly, in the recent past turnover results have been poor following to certain contributing factors for instance, lack of knowledge. As a result, the users insert wrong entries ito the turnovers hence giving false information. In the end, there is no significant result from the use of checklists.
From the initial research conducted, it is most essential to perk up the use of checklists in the surface, deck, air and engineering areas. Consequently, this enhances the progression of the respective processes in a more monitored way.
[...] This is because for every sea and anchor detail, and ammo on-loads, checklists ensure accountability for every process. Thus. mandatory use of checklists is implemented not only with the key intent to enhance their use in turnovers but also to improve evolution operations onboard the ship. Time Frame This research initiates on February and approximately, it will take a period of three months for completion. In case of any questions regarding this subject, kindly email. References Denicolo, P., & Becker, L. M. (2012). Developing research proposals. Los Angeles: Sage. Pugh, D. G., & Bacon, T. R. [...]
[...] This will ensure availability of the final and operational checklist in time. Annotated Working Bibliography Bray, L. (2007, February). Reduce turnover with effective recruiting, retention, and training. Bray Communications, Retrieved February from http://www.braycommunications.com/articles/turnover.pdf Laura's study confirms that turnover costs over an approximated seventy percent of the base salary if the wrong person is obliged with its management. Therefore, having the right person allocate jobs to the most qualified and experienced person is crucial to any company. Consequently, this avoids the need for extra training to the employees. [...]
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[...] Military Turn Overs / Check List Use MEMORANDUM To: The Captain From: Anthony J. MelendezDiaz Date: February Subject: A Proposal to Research and Enhance the Use of Turnover Checklists Introduction Turnover checklists are documents used to verify payrolls, proceeds and income statements against the restrictions defined by the checklist itself. This proposal's purpose is to develop the checklists currently in use. Evidently, this process can at times be difficult following to the complicacy of making accurate comparisons and deriving viable results from it. [...]
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