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  • Our Employee's E Mail
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    E-mail Privacy at WorkE-mail at our company is for work purposes only. The computers and software are company property, and therefore are used for everyday office use only. We reserve the right to monitor all e-mail use, even if you are using a private e-mail account. This is to ensure that our employees are acting in a professional manner, and not giving out any company secrets. Also, employees should never consider anything they write as private, no matter what the circumstance. If you write i...
  • Employer Employee Relationships In Today's Companies
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    Parallel to the evolution that has occurred in the business world in decades past, is the evolution of views on participative leadership among managers. Participative leadership refers to the manner in which employers have come to treat their employees. This treatment has evolved from days of traditional, autocratic relationships- in which employees were told exactly what tasks to do, without regard to their feelings or what intelligent input could be made- to today's spectrum of treatment defin...
  • Objective Of The Change With The Company
    362 words
    New Technologies, new problems. By Santana Hernan Technology sometimes changes and gives tools to employees to make the job easier, but what happens when these employees and the company are not prepared for these transitions. Rarely new technologies are accepted with affability by employees who have used inefficient systems for ten years, and now they do not want to change because change carries greater effort and risk. The other reason to refute these changes, frequently when new technologies a...
  • Workers Into A Union
    641 words
    Dofasco has been the pride of Hamilton for ninety-one years since its opening in 1910. The company is famous for its policies and programs that are focused around the well being of their employees. The fact that this establishment has been able to successfully combat unionization and it still provides a variety of benefits to their employees demonstrates that the organization of workers is vital to the operation of the company. With the goal of company unity in mind, Dofasco has been able to ach...
  • Help Aes Employees
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    Strategy AES distinguishes itself through developing new products and applications at a low cost. It is committed to social responsibility and empowering its employees through its four main principles which include integrity, fairness, social responsibility and fun. It is "different" from other corporations because AES is focused on retaining its core values and culture as the corporation expands in size. The company's sources of sustainable competitive advantage include technical leadership thr...
  • Alternative Solutions McKinsey Company
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    Problem Statement McKinsey & Company is a highly successful consulting firm worth over 1.8 billion dollars. However, its leader Raj at Gupta wondered if the company could better utilize the knowledge of its employees to better serve its worldwide clients. It was obvious that McKinsey & Company had a strong base of core competencies among its employees, but Gupta was unsure if knowledge development was meeting its clients' needs in an information and knowledge driven age. Clients hired McKinsey &...
  • Its Name To Brookshire Grocery Company
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    Brookshire Grocery Company, known for its commitment to excellent customer service, was established in 1938. The company began with one store in downtown Tyler, Texas under the name Brookshire Brothers. Soon after, the company changed its name to Brookshire Grocery Company and expanded to four stores in Tyler and Longview, Texas, which included the first air-conditioned store in East Texas (brooks hires. com). Over the years, the Brookshire Grocery Company chain has grown to more than 150 stores...
  • Company Matches On 401 Plans
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    401 (k) Plans There are many economic issues facing the nation today. While some are extremely important in determining how the economy is balanced, others are not. Although this is true, that does not necessarily make these lesser important issues obsolete. Take, for example, the recent issue of corporate leaders matching contributors to the 401 (k) plan with company stock, instead of with cash. Though this is a relatively National issue, it still greatly affects a large number of people in for...
  • Average Turnover Cost For One Employee
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    Analysis of High Turnover Rate Introduction High turnover rate of minorities and female employees has become a serious issue in the United States. Even though many ethnic races form this country, male Anglo-Saxons dominate the majority of the workforce. It is not uncommon for minority and female employees to leave their company after only working for a few years. Why has this behavior become a trend? In order to stop this trend, companies must ask themselves several questions. For example, what ...
  • Benefits From The Computerized System
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    Starting in the late Twentieth Century, many companies started using computerized systems. Most of these companies started using these systems to save time and reduce costs. Even though these computerized systems are rather expensive, in the long run they saved companies money. The companies saved money by making or purchasing a computerized system by reducing paper usage and employee overtime. Since employees did not have to spend there time doing paper work, they could do their jobs faster and...
  • Information Within An Email
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    Email Privacy Issues As a result of recent lawsuits against many organizations, companies have developed a policy on proper email practices on company computers. No longer is your personal email regarded as private when accessed on a company's computer. Companies, in order to decrease lawsuits and increase productivity, have purchased email monitoring software to track email usage during work hours. Therefore, with the onslaught of email monitoring, is a private email really private? In NetworkW...
  • Employees And Management Need
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    ACME PRODUCTIONS OVERVIEW Acme Productions is one of the largest independent, full service television and video production companies in the country. Acme Productions was founded in 1981 and originally headquartered in Northern Virginia until 1991 when it expanded to a custom designed building for television production located in Washington D.C. With a full time professional staff of over 70 employees, Acme Productions has grown over 220% since the recruitment of a new President & COO in 1998, bu...
  • Phone Calls Of Certain Employees
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    A couple of months ago, my company installed a system to record the phone calls of certain employees. They set the recorder to record only the employees who have outside contacts with customers, regulatory boards, or contract personnel. The company implemented this system to resolve conflicts, clarify positions, protect the integrity of the company's contracts and verbal commitments, and provide for sales and customer service training. Naturally, this did not go over well with some of the employ...
  • Lockheed Martins Employee Empowerment
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    Working at Lockheed Martin for the past four years, I became familiar with the methodologies they used to increase profitability. Only in the last two years did they begin to realize that they needed to incorporate new methodologies in order to increase profitability. The biggest factor Lockheed needed to improve on was employee empowerment. "The basic premise of ownership and empowerment is that sharing company ownership and meaningful involvement with employees is a fair and effective means of...
  • Costs And Advantages Of The New Employee
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    Hiring a New Employee "A company is only as good as the employees who work for It". Seems to be the slogan driving most employers in today's marketplace. Your employees are a direct reflection of your company and in many industries, may actually be considered the product. Finding the right employee can be one of the most crucial and difficult decisions a business can face. Businesses must be prepared for this process and understand the steps involved in hiring a new employee. When an employer ma...
  • Employees And Customers
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    3 a. All managers are working managers, I assume that this is meant to build esprit de corps, but to wouldnt this be a little intimidating for the young college grad, to have Mr. Goodnight or Mr. Sall on your working group. some this could undermine For example: . In computer manuals, SAS lists the name of the software developers who wrote the code. 3 b. Growth in the data warehousing market has over 50. Competitor Hyperion is restructuring after losing approximately $31 million last year and la...
  • Employee Benefits Programs
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    Research suggests that almost half of all employees are looking for new jobs, and more than three quarters of them would jump ship at the right opportunity for a better job. The question is what are employers doing to keep their employees happy? Now more than ever, companies are in competition to attract and retain employees any way possible. To accomplish this, the company must have a constant, dependable showing of loyalty. In the job market today you want to keep good employees in your compan...
  • Forty Employees To A Company
    423 words
    Human Resource Roles and Responsibilities: Isn't that an oxymoron? Is there really a department entitled "Human Resources" in the workplace? In most companies that answer is yes and that it is a true fully functioning department, but that is not the case at Funwerks. Funwerks is owned by Werks, Inc. a small a fast growing company based out of North Carolina. The company grew from a small two facility family fun center organization with approximately forty employees to a company with over six fac...
  • Later In The Twenty First Century Employees
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    During the late nineteen hundreds most companies hired their employees at a young age. In return employees would remain with the company throughout their entire career, and often retire at the age of sixty five. This strategy aided in job security, employee loyalty, and long-term benefits. This was better known as the? womb to tomb? employee. In the twentieth century most employees started out working for a company in the mail room or as a courier. Companies believed employees needed full knowle...
  • Communication Issues Between Locations And Employees
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    In any business, the process of communication is a vital part of internal company awareness and organization. When communication channels are interrupted or even broken, employee production can be affected, resulting in the loss of time and most importantly money. In recent years Bingham Equipment Company has grown and expanded throughout the state with the addition of new facilities and locations. With the recent expansions, new problems have surfaced concerning communication issues between loc...

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