Higher-level employees, managers, supervisore, SES folks do not NEED higher-quality furniture (real oak, etc.). Make them get the same standard furniture as all government employees. Of course, they may need different furniture, or more, depending on their position, but not better.
In our facility a front line supervisor supervises about 15 - 20 employees.
A second line supervisor manages between four and eight front line supervisors.
Then you have admin in the front office.
It seems like the ratio of direct reports shrinks the higher you go. Even out the number of middle managers or eliminate the middle management role altogether.
Federal managers suffer no consequences for being bad managers. The number of grievances and EEO suits filed is a red alert that something's going wrong in the office. These should be part of a manager's record, and a grievance/suit lost or settled by the agency should automatically result in a suspension of management duties.
Have leadership and managers review all proposed innovations, that would affect their areas.
Many small suggested innovations could be easily and inexpensively implemented, without formal implementation teams.
Use our computers to calculate our time, credit & overtime hours. Slide our card and the program will calculate. Find a program.
By doing this, our management would be free to do something with their time, like manage people.
Management gets paid alot of money to do timecards.
The functions that a manager performs currently includes supporting the work force that work under them, monitoring their work habits, motivating them to produce more, reward them for their hard work and punish them for their slack. The managers are periodically trained in order to do these... more »
SOLUTION: to establish a centralized Digital Vault, so all sets can be submitted, saved & shared in a digital manner, reducing cost of production, cost on filling, shorting access time to all their users,... more »