OTHER METHODS OF CONTROL

  1. Self-control: Each employee must exercise self-control and do what is expected at work most of the time on most work related matters, as no enterprise can exist self-control. Self-control stems from the employee’s ego, orientation, training and work attitudes.
  2. Group control: It affects individuals both in output and behaviour. Group norms of doing a good job exert pressures on the individual to perform and to follow work rules.
  3. Policies and procedures: They are guides to action for managers to use in controlling behaviour and output of employees. They can, for example, protect the firms’s resources and equipment and require employee’s presence for appropriate work times.

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