Reviewing planned activities is as significant as the activities themselves. Reviewing exposes faults, and gives a chance to outline corrective steps and improve work conditions. Talent Review is an important aspect where the management or the leaders analyze different aspects of talent management system. It discusses talent management strategies and reviews its feedback. Reviews recognize highly talented and potential employees in the organization.
What is Talent Management Review?
Talent Review is also called talent evaluation and communication process. It is a process to evaluate activities undertaken to manage talent in an organization. Talent management review needs to be participatory in nature.
There are many reasons why the organization wants its employees to take part effectively in the talent review process. Some of which are −
Helps in evaluating performance and goal setting
Highlights successes and exposes failures
Provides an opportunity for self-evaluation and improvement
Provides a chance to analyze rewards and recognition
Documents employees’ progress
Generates new ideas and fresh designs
Talent Management Review ─ Flowchart
Talent Flowchart states that, if there is a problem in the organization, the management first checks the root causes of the problem. The problem might be related to the skills of the employees or it could be related to motivational level. Once the root cause is known, management develops a related strategy to overcome such problems. If there is no problem, the management provides correct and satisfactory feedback to the employees.
Benefits of Talent Management Review
Recognize and manage talent performance.
Planning and decision making.
Improved staff retention.
Framework for sharing feedback.
Promote career planning and benefits.
Feedback on management style and leadership.
Reflection on areas of weakness and strength.
Opportunity to raise issues.
Focus on developing individual performance.
Better understanding of goals and requirement.
Identify action plan for future development.
Talent management teams observe the following competencies while undertaking managerial talent and reward score when the requirements are met.
Communication − The review team analyzes communication skills among the performers. It also reviews the channels of communication in the organization.
Leadership − The team identifies leadership qualities and takes a note of effective and emerging leaders in the organization.
Resource Management − The team evaluates the resource management styles of the employees.
Teamwork − The team underscores team performance of individual employees.
Cleaning agents are the most critical aids of housekeeping department in their day to day operations to keep the room and public area neat and clean.
When it comes to Cleaning chemicals / agents Taski or Diversey products are considered as the bench mark in hospitality industry.
There are specific products which need to be used for each cleaning requirement and these cleaning agents are given specific codes eg: R1, R2, R3 (The letter 'R' Stands for 'Room Care'.) Etc. for ease of identification, recognition and use. TASKI / Diversey R1: Cleaning and Sanitising of Bathroom / Toilet surfaces Area to be cleaned:
All batroom surfaces, sink, tub, tiles, floors and fittings How to Dilute:
For cleaning : 20 ml in 1 ltr. water
For sanitizing : 50 ml in 1 ltr. water Usage of this Cleaning Agent:
Spray directly on the surface to be cleaned
Leave for 2 seconds
Scrub if necessary and wipe surface with clean and dry cloth
Replace cloth regularly
TASKI / Diversey R2: All purpose cleani…
Overbooking is a situation when the total
number of rooms reserved for a certain period of time exceeds the total number
of rooms available for sale for the same period. In
other words it is the number of additional reservations need to achieve 100%
occupancy. Overbooking for hotels is a revenue management strategy that helps
to maximize the total capacity and increase the Room revenue. But
on the other hand overbooking for guests means waiting and inconvenience that
result in their dissatisfaction with the services. Below statistical and historical data
should be stored and processed by the reservation
manager or revenue
manager to calculate optimum overbooking levels. ·Total number of rooms available. ·Confirmed reservations vs no-shows based on historical data. ·Credit Card / Guaranteed reservations vs no-shows based on
historical data. ·Expected cancellations. ·Predicted stay overs and predicted under stays. ·Predicted Walk-in guests. ·Room
type wise overbooking levels. 1.10Advantages of
INDIA T he
history of our country can safely be divided into ancient, medieval and modern
periods. The ancient period started long ago, as long as humans have lived on
earth. In an earlier lesson you read about what happened in Medieval India i.e.
from about the 8th century A.D. and lasted till the beginning of 18th century.
Now, we shall read about the Modern period in History. During the last two
periods you must have found the society, economy, polity and culture very
different from each other. These differences which you may also call progress,
developed, continued and increased at a very fast pace and had very much more
deeper impact on our lives. You may recall that all those who came to India
from outside such as the Turks, the Afghans, and the Mughals made India their
home. But the British colonial rulers always remained foreigners to this land.
Nonetheless they brought profound social, economic and political changes to
suit their interests and in the process left deep…