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Quality of work

The quality of work for Canadians has been an issue that has maintained importance throughout the last century. The public debate of the issue has swayed in popularity, however, the impacts of the quality of work agenda have had great impact on the Canadian workplace, most especially in the past half-century. In the future, Canadian […]

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Can a group of people function effectively without someone being in charge?

Leaders (aka someone in charge) are essential for a group to function effectively. Famous men like Christopher Columbus, Martin Luther King and Malcolm X were not just great men, but more significantly, they were all were great leaders. Without their leadership, people they needed to lead would have otherwise not functioned effectively. Malcolm X’s leadership […]

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Diversity and Ethics in the Workplace

Employment Discrimination is and has been one of the most common forms of repression in different societies and cultures in all times Global and cultural diversity are the biggest and most important challenges that organizations face in nowadays. The diversity of the workforce means that organizations are becoming more heterogeneous in terms of age, gender, […]

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Marriott Employee Satisfaction

Organizations around the world are innovating ways to stay afloat and to increase employee satisfaction. With the 2008 economic downfall, organizations have become more sensitive to the needs of their greatest asset, “the employee”. According to Ellen Galinsky, Tyler Wigton, and Lois Backon’s article Creating Management Practices for Making Work Work, “organizations are creating imaginative […]

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To Cooperate Among Departments

Playwright Henrik Ibsen wrote, “A community is like a ship; everyone ought to be prepared to take the helm. ” My version is: “A corporation is like a ship; everyone ought to be prepared to take the helm. ” Everybody ought to have a compass. Some of us share an attitude with the cartoon character […]

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Flextime Work Schedule

“Flextime permits employees the option of choosing daily starting and quitting times, provided that they work a certain number of hours per day or week. Flextime work schedules are most prominent in service type organizations, government agencies, and other large clerical operation companies (Bolander, 2007, p. 175). Flextime provides benefits to both employers and employees. […]

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