He has other goals in life as well, from sending his sister to a conservatory, and eventually doing what he wants to do after his family’s debt is fulfulled, but to reach those ambitions he must first work. His work life depicts the insignificant nature of Samsa, as no matter how hard he seems to work, he can never please his manager or boss, and is always under scrutiny and mistrust. Samsa laments on his job, “what a grueling job I’ve picked! Day in, day out-on the road. The upset of doing business is much worse thant the actual business in the home office, and, besides, I’ve got the torture of traveling, worrying about changing trains, eating miserable food at all hours, constantly seeing new faces no relationships that last or get intimate,” (Kafka 3-4).
Later in the day I confronted the manager and expressed my frustrations that our personal biases were getting in the way of helping our customers equally and expressed that certain people or groups are less likely to express their frustrations or ask for a manager when they are denied a return in comparison to others. I expressed that our bias and labeling of a group of people put people at a disadvantage and that certain groups receive a level of privilege that others do not. I felt that our conversation went well, however, things went back to business as usual. Despite the store policies that seem to change person by person, I try to use self-awareness and regulation when I feel my bias
At the workplace about “71% of women do not tell about sexual harassment” (Gale). More than half of the population of women have not told anyone about them getting sexually harassed, they become too worried about the embarrassment that they could potentially face or possibly cause more problems and anger from their attacker. In the workplace the “women reporting sexual harassment end up losing their jobs” (Gretchen Carlson 8:06). This causes most women to become too scared to report sexual harassment in their workplace because the outcome could turn into them losing their job. Often times when women report sexual harassment at work people usually do not believe them so they get fired for what people think considered lying or dramatic.
Within days, he is fired. Terrible mistake. Soon, profits dwindle to insignificant numbers and the best performers leave the company. The entity is sick again. Constant interference and the need to control everything are seldom the hallmarks of great
Many of the musicians who had become friends with Renaldo over the years were stiffed out of their payments over the last months when the place was slipping away. All this had a deep and lasting effect on his mood and his relationship with his wife. “If I had money to buy the building,” he would lament, “I would not be at the mercy of other people.” It took months for him to find employment.Through business connections he became the
Also, he is unable to manage all the floors of the megastore by himself. Usually, he misses something or the other due to acute customer pressure and by managing more than 100 staff members. All these incidents have led to a customer base that is agitated and angry with big bazaar. Such incidents in one store of Big Bazaar discourages customers to visit other branches as well. Many consumer complaints online, bad customer feedback and angry customers have made the management think so as to control the situation.
The injustice in the world exists in many different shapes and sizes. Some are born in wealthier societies than the rest, some lose loved ones too early and some are simply treated unfair according to their actions. The injustices that the main character in “Number Three” (2014) by Anna Metcalfe faces are numerous. She does her very best to keep everyone contented, but it is not enough. In the end the lack of satisfaction her director feels, gets her fired.
This will lead to you letting the customer down, giving them false hope. This may ruin all the previous customer and staff relations. End result dissatisfied customer who will take their business elsewhere • Go the extra mile – be helpful. A happy motivated, informed and valued team will be highly skilled, committed to the customer in meeting their demands. Good relations also include good working environment, sharing of ides, equality in the workplace and staff development.
In modern-day, some employees hate the open-concept office, and reflect many weaknesses to affect their work. In the Daily Mail, Innes (n.d.) has a research statement, if someone’s working in open-concept offices, that they’ll take 62% more sick each day. This’s one of the causes, why employees hate the open-concept office. Then the other cause’s noisy, because it affected the working efficiency for employees. However, the open-concept office’s many disadvantages, but it’s chosen to use by more companies.