Elf Job Restructuring Announced
As we enter a new year in tracking Santa for Santa we once again announce refinements to the tracker elf program that will help improve our efforts.
This is our constant process as elves. Each Christmas we are evaluated in our performance. The purpose is not to get a grade or undue praise. The purpose is to continually improve.
Last year, Santa set out changes to the tracker elf program to better focus on the quality of our work. Those many changes took months to implement. They were evident in the way our website worked, in the training we each received, and in the things we did day to day once we started tracking Santa for Santa.
The results last year showed vast improvement over previous years. Santa enjoyed his most trouble-free flight in history and finished his world tour in record time.
The plans for this year will include more refinement and change. Perhaps the most important is the one we announce here now:
All elf jobs related to tracking Santa for Santa will be re-structured.
This will affect elves working in North Pole Flight Command, at Research and Development in the Sleigh Design Department, all elves working the North Pole Weather Tracking Department, and all elves known as Tracker Elves worldwide.
What does this mean?
It means, effective immediately, all elf jobs, titles, and responsibilities beyond tracking Santa for Santa, have been suspended.
Going forward, a new yearly routine for applying for, training for, and performing in function will be established. All new elf responsibilities will need to be applied for as a new job.
That new job will only be temporary in nature – valid only through next December 26th.
For example, if an elf wants to apply to become a North Pole News Reporter, they can apply for that job during a set application period. If they get the job they will work that job only until December, 26th – at which point they will be relieved of those duties and can apply for other elf positions.
In discussing this strategy with Santa he feels this will help elves to develop strong skills in a number of disciplines. It will make for stronger elves.
Santa remains challenged by elves who start strong but finish weak – those who want jobs, but then don’t do them. He is also frustrated by elves who assume some sort of authority over other elves just because they have a different job.
By making jobs more temporary in nature Santa feels it will better developer stronger elves and nicer elves.
So, as of right now, all of us – me included – are relieved of all elf duties except that as a tracker elf.
In the coming days the new process for securing elf jobs will be announced and the Department of Elf Resources will begin placement for the 2023 tracking season.
Please pay attention to new job postings. There will be more than ever. But they will have new application requirements.
That is all at this time.
Thank you, Elf Roger, and thank you, Santa. ^^ Very interesting! I’m so surprised it includes you at the North Pole; wait, our supervisors too?! Wow, yeah, it’ll be a big change, and sounds cool and exciting! I have some questions for you. Is it possible to try to apply for the same job again or not? And can we keep the job badges on the profile, or will they change yearly? I received a job badge last October, but I think nobody knows it, lol, so I couldn’t work for it. I wish I had a chance one more time. But I’ll follow new rules too. Thank you! *^^*
Wow this sounds very exciting