According to Marx, the worker is just the subject to the demands of the production process and has little control over the production. Having little control over the production causes these workers to work away from nature. Interestingly enough, Marx mentions that when the worker is “torn away from the object of his labor, he is unable to realize the essence of his creative nature or “species being” through his work” (p. 48). These workers fail
Marx believed this divide would happen because the workers are dependent on their wages as a means of survival where as one of the employer’s objectives is to lower wages in order to reduce costs. This clash of interests would inevitably bring on a resistance from the proletariats. “Let the ruling classes tremble at a Communist revolution. The proletarians have nothing to lose but their chains. They have a world to win” (Marx and Engels 1848) chpt, 4.
Of Couse, an ineffective leader only leads to making the employees to feel a instability. Harold faced the failure of not having earned but instead broke the trust of the employees. In the end, the bad comradery between Harold and the employees that was going on caused a huge gap between leader and employee resulting
At the certain stage of Johnson, the material productive forces him come in conflict with the existing relations of production. Consequently, it causes material determinism. Besides, the alienation in a class is also experienced by Johnson. Suroso quotes Marx as saying that alienation is the essence of the human mind to divorce human beings each other. People can not realize themselves in their work because the alienation.
In this particular case, the organizational culture at Cole National Group was poor causing internal issue, which eventually blended over and caused poor exterior culture through this court case. One of the first things I noted was the lack of communication between management and the employees where policy and procedure for advancement and pay were concerned. Additionally if a Cole National Group is going to do performance reports, they should be part of the deciding factor in advancement, promotions, extra training, company benefits, and pay increases. Finally rewarding individuals for poor or average performance with pay raises and promotions sets a poor standard for the company and eventually will lead to losing knowledge workers and eventually customers. Cole needed to hold Leipold and Crosley to a higher standard of work as they did Vehar making the playing field fair and allowing a person to be promoted or given a raise based on merit, and ability rather than
He 's a pissed off man, who feels boredom about his relations. He suffers from psychological complexes, that alienated him from society, and he 's unable to face the realities of life. This research indicates the modern theme of breakdown, absurdity, uselessness, loneliness, and bitterness of life. The protagonist also realizes that the escape from the responsibilities is not a solution to life 's problem. A person ought to create a struggle for his survival, otherwise, there 's the decay of humanity in alienation.
Organizational Behavior Issues in Engstrom Auto Mirror Plant Organizational issues Engstrom Auto Mirror Plant faces multiple quandaries associated with human behavior. Workers feel unappreciated as an integral part of the company, disposable and insignificant. Suspicion about bonus calculations, lack of transparency, job insecurity, and perceptions of inequitableness in the payment scheme have instigated uncertainty and open rebellion against the company. One of the core problems at the organization is low productivity. Employees’ output is subpar and does not conform to the expected or stipulated levels.
Additionally, for Marx, alienation is one of the main reasons why capitalism leads to communism. In the capitalist context of the 19th century, work was alienated. Labour was treated as a commodity, in the sense that workers were exploited to produce as much as possible for as little as possible so that the bourgeoisie could continue to make profit while the proletariats lived and worked in poor conditions. This lead to the alienation of the working class as they felt a disconnection from what they did all day and who they really are. To Marx, alienation is dangerous in a society because it denies workers “their human, creative origins” (Hampsher-Monk 1992: 499).
However, workers are becoming more alienated from themselves and their work. They do not get to decide how and what to produce, which results in ‘the relationship between the worker and to his own activity to be alien and not belonging to him’, as mentioned by Marx in the 1844 Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts (1844, p. 62). Consequently, ‘alienation turns the species-existence of man and his human essence into an existence alien to him’ (1844, p.64), because man who is naturally a conscious species-being can no longer make his own life activity or produce universally and freely from physical needs (1844, p. 64). ‘Alienated labour makes his life activity, his essence, only a means for his existence’ (1844, p.63). Thus, according to Marx, most workers in Singapore will be alienated.