The management of clubs, recreation, and sport: concepts and by Thomas H. Sawyer

By Thomas H. Sawyer

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All organizations should have a human resources handbook (see Table 1-2 for the suggested contents for a human resources handbook). The job description will not be used only for the search process. Every position, whether it is full-time, part-time, or volunteer should have a job description, which will become the basis of the performance appraisal document. Therefore, it is imperative that the job responsibilities and duties be very detailed and can be evaluated objectively after the candidate is employed.

Planning is the process of determining the organization's objectives and selecting a future course of action to accomplish them. It includes (1) establishing the organization's objectives, (2) developing premises about the environment in which they are to be accomplished, (3) selecting a course of action for accom- Page xix plishing the objectives, (4) initiating activities necessary to translate plans into action, and (5) evaluating the outcome of the planning. Organizing is a procedure by which employees and their jobs are related to each other for accomplishing the organization's objectives.

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