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Applications are invited from suitably qualified individuals to fill the
above position in a large Point Lisas based company.
Performs a variety of routine and complex administrative, technical, and
professional work in analysing and administering various components
of the environmental, health and safety programs.
TRAINING & EXPERIENCE:
1. Must have a Bachelor's degree in Safety Management
or related field preferred or equivalent of five years'
experience in progressively responsible safety
position; or an equivalent combination sufficient to
perform essential functions of this position.
2. Must be competent using Microsoft Office Suite.
All applications must be submitted by email to:
or mail to
Caribbean Safety Products Limited
No later than November 08th2013
UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED
* Executive Chef * Food & Beverage Manager
* Cooks * Sous Chefs * Pastry Chef
*Restaurant & Bar Manager/ Supervisors
* Wait Staff * Bartenders * Stewards
* Sales/Events Coordinator * Accounting Clerks
* Reservations Manager (Trinidad Based)
* Spa Manager/Supervisor
* Nail Technician * Hairdressers * Makeup Artiste
* Massage Therapists/Aesthetics
* Front Desk/Reservations Team Members
* Bell Man * Concierge * Gym Instructor/Trainer
* Room Attendants/Cleaners
* Maintenance Personnel * Gardeners/Grounds Staff
* IT Technicians * Security Officers
Work culture plays an essential role in influencing
employee behaviour. An employee needs to feel com-
fortable at workplace for him to deliver his level
Encourage your employees to work in teams rather
than working alone. Individuals who work in isolation
tend to be overburdened and hence are frustrated
and often criticise fellow workers and superiors. Let
people take help of each other.
Encourage effective communication at workplace.
Employees should be able to interact with each other
to share their experiences and come to innovative
solutions. Half of the problems evaporate in a friendly
People feel happy coming to work and seldom
complain or crib over petty issues. Conflicts and
misunderstandings lead to no solution. Trust me;
you do not feel like stepping into your organisation
where team members do not gel with each other.
No employee can work at a stretch and it is essential
to take breaks in between.
Being too strict with employees does not help.
No one will bother to listen to you. Encourage
employees to interact with individuals of other
departments as well. Individuals sort out half of
their problems just by discussing things amongst
themselves. Managers need to trust their employ-
Adopt a flexible attitude. Do not impose unnec-
essary restrictions on them. Allow them to take
decisions on their own. Let them take ownership of
Employees this way start taking their jobs seriously
and avoid getting into nasty office politics. Encourage
employees not to make fun of co workers. Each and
every employee ought to be treated as one. Never
humiliate anyone just because he/she is poor or
comes to office by public transportation. It hardly
matters. It is really difficult to work in an environment
where people criticise each other and pass lewd
comments. Female employees ought to be treated
with respect. Do not try to dominate or exploit them.
Rules and regulations should be same for every
How can you scold your executive when the vice
president or general manager also comes late to
work? There is absolutely no need of granting any
special liberties to people representing top manage-
ment. If you do so, please do not blame others for
not adhering to codes of conduct. Be logical to your
team members. Do not force them to attend office
on their birthdays or other special days. It is absolutely
okay if they take leave for genuine reasons. Do not
interfere too much in their lives.
Small events and get-togethers also lead to a
healthy work culture and individuals feel attached
towards the organisation.
Why do employees badmouth their organisation?
Why do people think of changing their jobs within
six months? Why do individuals always complain
about their jobs? Think.
The answer is really very simple. Such things hap-
pen when there is nothing new and interesting to
do. The job needs to be challenging. Sincere and
diligent employees ought to be appreciated. Hard
work must not go unnoticed.
Competition is essential but it should not lead to
unnecessary pressure on employees. Grievances must
be discussed in private. Employees should feel safe
in the organisation.
Role of work culture in
needs to be
ought to be
must not go
but it should
not lead to
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