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Describe the systems you have in place for keeping track of assignments given to staff members.
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I like to have a paper or digital trail of what I have communicated to staff members. In the restaurant business staff members don't have computers so I would verbally followup with them on assignments and use a dry erase board to assign tasks. In my current role as an auditor I work with many taxpayers who need to submit tax documents, correspondence from employers and other stuff as needed. I always annotate their accounts with what has been requested and what has been received. I also create a folder for each taxpayer and keep track of the entire process within the folder including copies of emails, summaries of conversations, request and copies of documents received. I would use a similar approach as a project manager to keep track of assignments given to staff members.
 
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That is done by pms not me.
 
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Following up with them - encourage them to finalize the issue concise and help them to find out the solutions and im believing to work as group.
 
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I maintain spreadsheet and calendar most times.
 
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I have my inbox, schedule calendar. Deadlines and follow-ups. I use the email notification. Flag and put tasks in categories.
 
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Outlook calendar has been the most dependable so far.
 
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I will keep it in excel as a soft copy and also in hard copy with file.
 
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Describe the systems you have in place for keeping track of assignments given to staff members.
 
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Spreadsheet weekly tracking.