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SUBORDINATION as Service Subordination


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The term "subordination" comes from the Latin word subordinatio - "submission".

Subordination is a system of rules that regulate the relationships between people in any environment - military personnel, in the work collective, business structure, educational institution, in the family.

Initially, the word "subordination" was used inArmy and meant subordination of junior in rank senior. In the army, as well as in other paramilitary structures (police, prosecution, taxation, security, collection), subordination is expressed most clearly and has many formal features - a special form of clothing with signs of distinction, documents regulating the behavior of employees (regulations), as well as rules Communication (a form of greeting or a call to colleagues in the service).

In a broader sense, subordination is a respectful attitude of the youngest in terms of age or standing lower in the service ladder to senior in age or status.

Violations of subordination can occur because ofDisrespect or lack of education (for example, call the elderly person "you", except for close relatives with whom you are in a confidential relationship). Violation of subordination also happens due to ignorance of the rules adopted in a given community or collective, or may be provocative in order to provoke a negative response in the person (anger, cry, tears).

The significance of subordination lies in the fact thatIt helps to ensure proper order of work at the enterprise (production discipline), the combat readiness of military units, the effectiveness of the educational process in the school or university.

In some organizations, subordination canTo be present only formally, in names of posts of employees (the director, the chief of department, the expert). About these collectives they say that they have a warm, friendly atmosphere. Demonstrative disregard for subordination, deliberate disregard for the accepted rules of communication is called familiarity.

The rules of subordination, adopted in eachA concrete team, should be brought to the new members of the team on time. The boss should behave correctly in relation to the subordinates. In teams with a hierarchical structure, there are responsibilities not only for the younger ones, but also for the senior members. The commander should take care not only of the soldiers strictly obeying orders, but also of the fact that they were healthy, fed and dressed. The head must take care that all employees receive wages on time. In families with parents, there is a great responsibility for the life, health and well-being of children.

SUBORDINATION as Service Subordination Was last modified: June 21st, 2017 By Baimaejl
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