The three laws that I have chosen are Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) and Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA). The EEOC was created by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and active in the public enforcement of antidiscrimination laws. The EEOC has help my organization with the aid of discrimination suits pertaining to sexual harassment, race/color, and religion and against false accusations concerning your job. The EEOC had nine mistakes by employers in dealing with them. They are failure to communicate, underestimate ate, no litigation, retaliation, mediation, wait too long, prevaricate, not appropriate and they don’t calibrate. In order to improve employee morale and satisfaction,
Ever since the economic downturn hit Engstrom Auto Plant in 2005, the Plant had since faced many employee, productivity, and bonus payment issues. These issues have led the company to its worst financial and ethical situations since its inception in 1948.The major problem that caused the business downturn is the increasing lack of employee motivation and trust of management. Employee morale has fallen drastically and it is seen as the lowest it has ever been and it is because of bonuses that has not been paid to employees for the past seven months. Employees have been used to receiving regular bonuses as part of their pay so they began to expect the bonus money on their paychecks instead of continuing to see the money as a bonus based on their
San Pedro College is currently experiencing a decline in employee morale and productivity due to lack of funding throughout the institution. As a result, many employees have considered leaving the institution if leadership does not propose strategies to resolve the current issues at hand. According to this case study, San Pedro
In reviewing section 15.2 of the contract; “Probationary employees shall move up one (1) step in the pay grade after six (6) months employment”. Now with many of the transit employees placed in step 1 as a result of them advancing two pay grades. When a new employee is hired and completes six months of employment, they will move up one step this will cause a disparity due to the fact a new employee will advance to the next step while we have senior employees still waiting for their anniversary date for the increase and or on the same step as more senior staff and advancing at the same rate. This may also result in new employees advancing ahead of them in future step increases. At this time I’m unaware of anyone being hired at the transit department
Flexible working hours helps guarantee the assigned work to be completed somehow. The employee can work extra hours to compensate for being unable to contribute to working full time on a particular day. This helps hike performance.
Millennials are a part of demographic cohort causing changes in the workplace. Individuals born between 1980 and 2000 are considered Millennials .They are currently the largest generations that will be joining the workforce as Baby Boomer are starting to retire. In a few short years, Millennials will soon make up about 70% of the workforce, however their generation has stirred up some controversy as they start their careers and enter the workforce.
Stress is a word derived from Latin word “Stingere” meaning to draw tight. (Mojoyinola, 2008) Stress is your body’s way of responding to any kind of demand or threat. When you feel threatened, your nervous system responds by releasing a flood of stress hormones, and including adrenaline and cortisol, which rouse the body for emergency action. Your heart pounds faster, muscles tighten, blood pressure rises, breath quickens, and your senses become sharper. These physical changes increase your strength and stamina, speed your reaction time, and enhance your focus. The workplace had become a high stress environment in many organizations cutting across industries. Employees were experiencing high level of stress due to various factors
Elizabeth Health has 350 employees based in three locations. The staff is made up of community health officials, maternal and child care nurses, a small number of general nurses, allied health workers, child protection officers, social workers, juvenile justice workers, aged care practitioners and administrative staff.
“Good units walk a thin line between indiscipline and ineffectiveness. Ignore the rules too often and you’ve got a mob, but enforce the rules too strictly and you’ve got a herd.” by Henry V. O’Neil represents the notion behind an effective organizational behavior. In an organizational settings, how well the employees are managed and understood depends on the leadership style exhibited by the leaders. Finding the right balance between being too strict or too easy with the employees not only create an ideal work environment but also increase productivity and reduce employee turnover. While watching The Wolf of Wall Street, the film provocatively raised various questions about the nature of organizational life and management styles and thus provided an opportunity to analyze different organizational behavioral concepts. The topics related to organizational behavior that I discovered by watching The Wolf of Wall street include organizational culture, need for power, leadership, extrinsic rewards, Diversity, and informal group.
Every company divides its way of working into several branches for example there is the business branch, the accounting branch, and the HR branch. The EGY puppy company runs the HR branch in a different way other than any other company. HR is a sector that structures the employees society, business segment, or economy. The company's process of HR for them is by finding, hiring, training, and keeping employees. The CEO of EGY puppy company starts finding employees by using the HR sector, they find employees because they are the responsible team for finding employees so whenever they need and kind of employee at any type if job in their company they first start to make advertisements in newspaper and magazines, they sometimes paste a board
Tesco encourage its employees to understand and analyze their skills and abilities about themselves through assessment of strategic questions. Employees will seek out answers about their current skills, skills required for the job, and the gap between employee’s current skills and job required
The Pasig Arts Patrol, a business that had five (5) full-time employees, including Ms Suzanne Espiritu, Executive Director, the Head of the Office and Mr Martin Abella, Office Coordinator. The business ran smoothly but hires as many as six part-time workers to augment the needed services specially month before Christmas.
Back in 1984, Beer et al developed the Harvard model of the HRM. Beer et al believe that the human resource is passes many of pressures nowadays, therefore, eliminating the pressures is required. These pressures could be eliminating by having a long-term perspective in terms of controlling people and potential assets rather than just variable costs. As a result, Beer et al approach the Harvard Model of the HRM. The purpose of this model is to solve the pressures that may occur in the HR of any organizations; these pressures include all management decisions that will affect the relationship between the organizations and their workers, in addition to a clear plan for the HRM policies and procedures by the manager of