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  • Four Employees From The Overtime Desired List
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    Managing Overtime Worked in Area Offices Of the United States Postal Service Abstract In the following report, I will be give illustrations and possible solutions for an overburdening problem that exists in the U.S. Postal service Operations throughout the country. Overtime is an age-old problem that has gone long overdue without someone or a group paying serious attention to correcting this problem. Introduction The United States Postal Service is a large organization with many facets of operat...
  • Ergonomic Furniture And Equipment For The Office
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    ERGONOMICS IN OFFICE AND CLERICAL ENVIRONMENTS ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT 200 GROUP PROJECT WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT Ergonomics is becoming one of the most important aspects of administrative management. Since the introduction of computers, offices are becoming more technologically based. Employees are spending greater amounts of time in the office and therefore must be comfortable to remain productive. Workers that feel stressed and do not like their work environments lose morale and spend more time a...
  • Optimal Motivation Among The Employees
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    Task: Choose a company and identify all motivational (employee-centered) programs that the company has in place. Then ascertain the significance and objectives of these programs. Next provide a critique of these programs. Finally, recommend changes that will improve on the programs and / or new programs that will better meet the objectives articulated above. Overview: The company that I have chosen as the subject of my research is the Travel Agency. More specifically, I have interviewed several ...
  • Telecommuter's Home Office
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    We all know that the daily commute can be very long and frustrating. Traffic can often cause long delays. These delays cause stress to you, your boss and the coworkers that have to cover for you until you make it into the office. Today there is a new highway that everyone can use to get to work. The delays on this highway are measured in microseconds rather than hours. It is the Information Superhighway. The Information Superhighway has the ability to connect together every computer in every par...
  • Office Of Technology
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    Outline Thesis: The idea of a virtual office is becoming a reality and is changing the traditional corporate culture forever. I. Comment on traditional work A. Companies visions for future II. Visions for future becoming reality. A. Telecommuting. B. Prospects for year 2000. C. Statistics: Office of technology, Department of transportation.. New ways companies will hire employees. A. Example: New York Life. B. Hiring on the Internet. IV. Telecommuting works. A. More productive. B. Less expensive...
  • Your Best Friend And Fellow Employees
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    "Whistle Blowing" In "Survival Tips for Whistleblowers", a handbook printed under the auspices of the federal Government Accountability Project (GAP), whistleblowing is defined as "disclosing information that an employee reasonably believes is evidence of illegality, gross waste, gross mismanagement, abuse of power, or substantial and specific danger to public health or safety". Imagine you have recently been hired by a Fortune 500 company to work in the accounting department. While working late...
  • Disadvantages Of Telecommuting One
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    The good and bad of telecommuting Telecommuting may be the movement of the future, which will allow more people to work away from the office. Many people see telecommuting as a way to be close to home or allow them to be connected to their organization while working abroad. While telecommuting might work for some people, telecommuting is not for everyone. There are many disadvantages; as well advantages to telecommuting which most people do not take into account. When considering telecommuting, ...
  • Employees Of Virtual Offices
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    The Office of Tomorrow In an increasing number of companies, traditional office space is giving way to community areas and empty chairs as employees work from home, from their cars or from virtually anywhere. Advanced technologies and progressive HR strategies make these alternative offices possible. Imagine it's 2 o'clock on a Wednesday afternoon. Inside the dining room of many nationwide offices, Joe Smith, manager of HR, is downing a sandwich and soda while wading through phone and E-mail mes...
  • Brenda's First Notification To Eloise
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    Disability Issues in the Public Workplace Eloise, a supervisor at the Federal Administration Agency (FAA), was faced with trying to ensure productivity when one of her workers became ill, and was not maintaining her level of work. Brenda, who had been a computer programmer for the Management Information Systems Support Division of the FAA for nine years, was diagnosed with breast cancer in January of 1991. She left work immediately to have an operation and to start treatments. Brenda was suppose...
  • Following Conversation Between Williamson And Levene
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    Who's The Boss? A typical relationship between an employee and an employer exists on the acknowledgment of who is in charge; an employee must accept the employer as an authority. A worker should address the employer with a certain amount of respect and professionalism. An employer should have control of their employees and make it clear that they are the boss. In David Mamet's play Glengarry Glen Ross, however the relationship between the employees and the employer is extremely atypical. There i...
  • Employees And Partners At Lewis
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    Lewis and Lewis, P. C Accounting Firm Lewis & Lewis, P.C. is a small, Jackson-based accounting firm that employs thirty-five people and was founded by Phil Willis in 1968. It exhibits many interesting aspects of organizational behavior, which we will examine below from several perspectives. After examining the company's current policies and practices, we will evaluate its status in the transition from the 'old' to the " new' model of organization, and recommend some changes that may improve the ...
  • Worst Case Scenario An Employee
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    Telecommuting Telecommuting is a very interesting and complex subject. The pros and cons of this concept are numerous and both sides have excellent arguments. In the research I've done I feel I have to argue both sides to maintain a sense of perspective. I had mixed feelings about telecommuting before I started this research and I find that this is something many others have in common with me. The reasons for and against telecommuting can be complex or simple depending on which view point you ta...
  • Employee's Participation In The Program's Referred Treatment
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    MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Davison Area Police Stress Evaluation And Referral Service (S.E.A.R. S) is to provide officers and employees of the Davison, Davison Township, and Richfield Township Police Departments the opportunity to share stress related issues with a peer supporter, for the peer supporter to evaluate the employee's stress related issue, and finally for the employee to be referred, by the peer supporter, to an outside source that will best assist the officer or employee i...
  • Employee Expenses As Miscellaneous Itemized Deductions
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    Facts: Taxpayers will be reimbursed by the corporation for all out of pocket expenses incurred including transportation, and lodging expenses. However, taxpayers will not be reimbursed for costs incurred in the operation and maintenance of employee home offices. Issues: 1. What procedures must the corporation take in developing and carrying out any type of accountable plan 2. What should employees be aware of regarding tax treatment of reimbursements and unreimbursed employee expenses References...
  • Martens And Two Other Smith Barney Employees
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    By Susan Antilla Published by Bloomberg, 2002 In the early 1980's, a growing number of women began to enter the securities industry. Unfortunately, they found a very hostile working environment. One of the biggest securities firms, Smith Barney, had a network of retail brokerage companies through Shearson / American Express. Pam Martens worked in its very successful Garden City, Long Island branch. The branch manager, Nick Cuneo, created a fun atmosphere for the men in the office, who turned the...
  • Alternative Workplace
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    In 1994 AT&T decided to bring the work to the worker, not the worker to the work. They created an alternative workplace (AW). Around 32,000 of their employees worked at home. AT&T was trying to see how far a company of their size and stature could go. AT&T was not the only place to try this. Some 30 million to 40 million employees in the United States work at home or are telecommuters. There are many reasons why companies change to an AW. First it reduces cost by a lot. AT&T for example has free...

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