AMR business assessment includes following components:
Strategic planning is “the process by which the guiding members of an organization envision its future and develop the necessary procedures and operations to create that future." This envisioning process is very different from long‑range planning which is simply the extrapolation of current business trends. Envisioning involves a belief that aspects of the future can be influenced and changed by what guiding members do now.
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TESTING & ASSESSMENTS
AMR's Testing & Assessments Services have strengthened both the current work force and new employment decisions of many organizations by its psychological and personality assessments. Selecting the right individual for the job and providing the best possible atmosphere in which to work productively and effectively are critical in today's business environment. Psychological and personality assessment-administered through scientifically constructed instruments that are carefully evaluated and interpreted-help provide the tools for effective communication.
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COMPENSATION, JOB EVALUATION & CLASSIFICATION, AND BENEFIT STUDIES
The economic challenges today necessitate the establishment of pay and benefit programs that recognize and reward employee productivity, service, market value, and maximize the utility of the organization's compensation dollars.
A well-designed pay-for-performance system helps achieve that objective, but only if it is part of an overall salary administration program that includes a systematic job evaluation method for determining relative internal worth and a salary structure and benefit program that reflect this worth as well as competitive market value.
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AMR’S SAFETY / LOSS CONTROL / RISK MANAGEMENT
American Management Resources, Ltd.’s professionals can help you reduce work related accidents and injuries through a wide variety of safety/loss control and risk management programs. We will help you with the application and interpretation of regulatory standards such as OSHA, JCAHO, NFPA, NIOSH, ANSI, and EPA to reduce or eliminate non-conformances and fines.
The National Safety Council estimates that work accidents annually cost $127 billion and rising, for both direct and indirect costs. Accidents are controllable and preventable.
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