A good supervisor knows the weaknesses and strengths of their employees, accepting of ideas, encouraging, and cares about the team and the work. Crummy supervisors may be highly skilled in their job, but often lack the personnel management aspect of the job. These supervisors tend to get things done through intimidation rather than inspiration which another difference between the good and bad supervisors. This does not mean that a good supervisor is pleasant and has a “bleeding heart” for their employees, and a crummy supervisor is one who is overly critical and demanding. A good supervisor can possess all the traits of a crummy one.
The Concept of Justice: Utilitarianism Evaluating Justice The actions you decide to take in life have consequences. In an ideal world you will be rewarded for being good, while making bad decisions will be consequences. This is what many fail to realize about legal systems. Many individuals expect to get off easy after committing a crime, when ideally, everyone should be able to distinguish between right and wrong, and understand that there are consequences to unlawful action. Unfortunately many people have inadequate morals, and a lot of individuals fail, or just refuse, to see the difference between just and unjust.
Amir has good intentions, but makes bad decisions, showing that he is morally ambiguous. This makes him a relatable character, as most humans are morally ambiguous as well. Everybody makes mistakes and does cruel things, but that does not mean that they are evil. Amir being a morally ambiguous character mirrors the two places he has lived in and their conflicting morals and beliefs, and how he has changed in each place. Everyone can make up for their sins like Amir has.
The rules and punishments have drawback and benefits. Most of the time they have drawbacks, but other times they have benefits. Would you like to follow all of these insane rules and get punished by the dictators? The rules and punishments of Jonas’ society have many affects, benefits, and
Dyslexia is a disorder that can have a lot of benefits to it. When you have this disorder you have the ability to think outside the box a lot, however; some of the victims of this disorder do not understand that they have a gift. People with this disorder just have not found the right way to do things. Because once they figure out that magnificent talent that they betray, they will have total confidence in themself. The gift that comes from the dyslexia "disorder" is a whole bunch of brain loop holes.
Consequences of non-compliance tribunal An employer who, fails to record a material fact, such as, correct or exact reason for a dismissal, might be find that a tribunal will considers this an unreasonable failure to follow the code. The reason is, if important information is wrong, succeeding processes that are based on it can be incorrect. Hinder organisation’s reputation A company's reputation is one of its biggest and most important assets in business and for organisation. After public relations disaster, the reputation of an organisation has worked carefully to build so all of it can easily be destroyed. 2.2 Explain how contracts of employment are established Contract of Employment • Contracts are formed through an offer and acceptance.
Martinez-Pons (1997) continues to explain that the ability to relate behaviors and challenges of emotional intelligence on workplace implementation is a really big benefit in constructing an outstanding team. One of the most usual factors that leads to retention problems is communication flaws that create disconnection and doubt. A leader lacking in emotional intelligence is not able to effectively measure the needs, wants and expectations of those they lead. Leaders who react from their emotions without sorting them can create mistrust amongst their staff and can utterly put their working relationships on the line. Reacting with irregular emotions can be detrimental to overall culture, attitudes and positive feelings toward the company and the duty.
People want relief from stress even if this ends up changing their beliefs. Looking for more than one estimate of the same quantity, especially in a group; produces better final judgements then an individual first estimate. Even though we prefer to hear perspectives similar to our own, we are better off hearing different perspectives to make more informative decisions. Confidence earns trust and credibility, but when one is found to be wrong their credibility is now questioned. Assessing the overconfidence of people around us is often overlooked causing overprecision.
Wrong and unethical acts of workers within the organization are matter of concern as this disturbs organizational harmony. Companies have to take appropriate approach by educating staffs about need of safety practices for maintaining sound and safe working
The fraud within WorldCom consisted of a number of so called “topside adjustments” to accounting entries to falsify declining earnings. These “adjustments” were improper drawdowns of reserves accumulated from its acquisition program and other sources, false or improper capitalization of costs which should have been expensed. It was a classic case of “cooking the books”. The judge handling the SEC proceedings in New York reported that the company overstated its income by approximately $11 billion. It also apparently overstated its balance sheet by approximately $75 billion which in turn caused losses in shareholder value of as much as $250 billion, a significant amount of which in employee retirement