Analysis Of The Supervisor's Claims About Jeanette Landis

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In order to confirm that the supervisor’s claims about Jeanette Landis are true, I would need to discuss her performance, in regards to her sales, with the sales department or the department that is in charge of this certain information. Even though Mr. White accuses Jeanette of not reaching her sales goals, all the facts and data need to be reviewed in order to determine if the information provided is accurate in terms of her performance. The human resource director cannot assume anything, approach all situations with caution, and be unbiased when determining the best action to take. When firing and employee, the human resource manager should be consistent and thorough when investigating the claims in order to prevent a discrimination lawsuit (Dunn, 1991, p. 26). Therefore, the sales records of Jeanette Landis need to be reviewed in order to determine if the allegations present by Mr. White are accurate. When taking with the supervisor of the sales department, I would want a copy of Jeanette’s sales as well as a few other employees’ sales records in order to accurately compare the sales data information. The sales supervisor should give a timeline for the data, so that I could fully comprehend her sales. For example, the supervisor needs to give me some insight into how many months the sales records are for; whether it be two months or six months. This information is critical because Mr. White claims that she has not meet her sales goal in six months, so I would

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