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Strayer UniversityAssignment 5: Change Management PlanHRM 560 – Managing Organizational Change ByDamian GibbsSubmitted to: Dr. Paul Jaikaran
Winter 20161.Describe the company in terms of industry, size, number of employees, and history.
While these programs engage the employees and are said to be fair, because these anonymous surveys are submitted online via an internal server, most subordinates will only go sofar when providing feedback as the assumption is that they could potentially be black balled or insubordinate for voicing opinions. Each year, after these surveys are complete, the water cooler chatter is that the surveys are outdated, peers are questioning who was honest in evaluating management, and the organization is preaching work life balance but the actions of the Frontline managers do not align. The open door policy is effective for the organization. In my opinion, it gives the HR manager or panel, as well as the organization, depending on circumstance, the opportunity to mitigate, make necessary changes, and cause for the organization to engage in passive retaliation.Many of the employees that have voiced grievances have quickly become subject to scrutiny. Either aligning these employees to managers whom micro-manage, revoking remote access, or creating unreachable goals that lead to action plans that dictate some type of discipline up to termination.