A list of people, countries, places, etc who are considered by a particular authority, entity, establishment or group to be unacceptable and who should be avoided and not trusted. It is important to know all industries have a “blacklist” from medicine to film. It is also important to know, General resignations and or terminations does not imply one has made the list. A person listed on “blacklistings” are considered those whom others should not consider for reasons beyond the general resignation or termination.
Every employer, large or small is represented by their staff. Every employer wants to hire the best staff to represent their products, services and business. Once an employee, contracted or otherwise has been given the opportunity to work within your organization and fails the Executives and other members of the team, there is no turning back. Business organizations understand the hiring process and should make every effort to provide the accommodations and resources necessary for its staff to produce the best quality of work. In this process, it is necessary to allow due diligence, outside of the employees ability to perform the functions under which they've been hired. It is important to remember that due diligence is not a required given. Should the employer provide due diligence and allow the opportunity for the employee to "learn" the job, it should be a known timeframe. Due diligence should be used in its entirety to learn or improve whatever position you hold. Most employees will apply for career/professional employment, positions and titles that are within their scope of knowledge and expertise. Therefore the remainder of their responsibilities are to perform in accordance to the responsibilities for which they are hired. Employees not in adherence to such policies are generally given verbal and or written warning before being terminated. Those whom are in violation or breech of duty, whom create undue hardship, including but not limited to sexual harassment, financial losses, profit losses and or company materials removed from premises, valuable wasted time, loss of respect, public humiliation, embarrassment, possible loss of staff and customers, etc, Employees found in breech of such inadequacies to include willful breech on contract, slander, disruption, abandonment, company humiliation, theft etc should not be allowed to work within other professional organizations. Most often when a person displays these unattractive attributes, they’ve become habit forming , not favorable for business. This type of unprofessional behavior, mannerisms, dispositions and discourtesies should be known among private and public sectors. The employees name should be added to the BLACKLIST.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, small businesses accounted for 64 percent of the net new jobs created over 18 years, (or 11.8 million of the 18.5 million net new jobs). Since the latest recession, small businesses led by the larger ones in the category (20-499 employees), accounted for 67 percent of the net new jobs. Here's a quick breakdown in percents taken directly from the SBA Office of Advocacy:
Small businesses make up: 99.7 percent of U.S. employer firms, 64 percent of net new private-sector jobs, 49.2 percent of private-sector employment, 42.9 percent of private-sector payroll, 46 percent of private-sector output, 43 percent of high-tech employment, 98 percent of firms exporting goods, and 33 percent of exporting value. Where numbers should not matter in the minds to some, numbers do matter. With Atlanta, Georgia being one of the film capitals of the world, some of the best world renowned Producers and Directors give Atlanta more attention. Atlanta is also known for its historical Black colleges. Living in such an incredible city has great opportunitie. It is important to acknowledge the saying, "for unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required."
Being professional and adhering to fair rules, regulations, policies and procedures in effort to operate and maintain a stable business are necessary and required. Our Director, is one of the most coach-able, down to earth, kindhearted, friendly and charismatic person to work with. She has a solid business mind and unwilling to become lax or show favoritism to accommodate inadequate dispositions as they impede on quality business. Never take pleasant attributes as anything other than favorable attitude for business. When due diligence is provided and the professional relationship is negatively altered it becomes time to consider termination of the business relationship dependent on the matter. Termination causes more work on the rest of the staff. Therefore our view is in full support of the BLACKLIST.