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MGT 216 Week 3 Discussion Question 1


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Date Created: 11/10/15
0 You are a division manager at Austen Pharmaceuticals You directly supervise 50 employees all of who is average or above average employees Many individuals on your team have been with the company for several years Several recent hires mostly women and minority employees were hired to remedy the lack of diversity in the workplace Due to financial difficulties within the company each division manager has received instructions to decrease their employee count by 15 Explain the process you would use to make this decision How will you morally justify your decision Response I would introduce a new policy into my division that minors under the age of 18 will not be allowed to work with the company because of certain regulatory norms we have been following in our corporate governance The recent hires out which many would have been on the probation period or on training basis we would suggest them to work as a freelancer on commission basis or by simply conveying them that there performance couldn t match the standards the company was expecting in the probation period amp so in that case we ask them to look for another job I will set higher targets to achieve amp will deliver a prespecified guideline that one who doesn t achieve these targets will not be able to continue working for us in that case many average employee performers will have to leave their job amp we will have a valid reason to support their layoff In case of women employees we will revive certain privileges which we were giving them before like we will stop offering free pick amp drop facility to women employees which would force some of them to leave the job because they mite staying far from the office premises All the above decision would justify the layoff decision morally amp the employees would not think that they have been fired its just they would think that them themselves couldn t meet high standards of the division which would inturn develop good reputation of the company


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