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Valentina López - 201633208 Fernanda Galindo - 201713056 Charlotte Luque- 201810586 What are the major problems at the Pak Sweets (and the impacts) and the reasons for these problems?  There is a principal problem, which the first numeral and from that one it derives to secondary problems. 1.Different ethnic groups with diverse languages, cultures and codes of conduct are being placed in the same atmosphere and company to work in process that involve group work and accommodation within the fabric. The impacts this has are massive disputes and brawls. Moreover, employees steal, mishandle machines or cause a mechanical fault in purpose to blame their co-workers. The main reason, is the lack of a cultural organization that promotes unified culture and values such as: respect, honesty, integrity etc.  2.Aggressive atmosphere and bullying new employees that doesn’t decide a group ethnicity when they enter to the company (self-impose segregation). The impact is they make cultu,lm;l ral barriers before they even met their team work, or even those barriers exist among them. “Self-imposed ethnic segregation to newly hired employees compelled to side with a determine group”. These causes lack of motivation, because employees feel threat or force to intimidate/dominate others or discriminate against them in a negative way due to their differences. The main reason of this problem, is the desire of power and endorsement of some specific ethnic groups.  The impact is that new employees are driven to choose a specific group ethnicity, hence they are demotivated because they are imposed to belief and think in a specific way.    3.Morale issue: the ethnic groups are going against their professionalism and attend to someone’s trajectory in the company by “getting another ethnic group to take the blame and cause troubles for what they did.” This goes against values such as: honesty and integrity. Within this problem is a secondary that is loyalties bound that cause a lack of transparency if someone of their group has done anything wrong “investigation into matter stalled when members of the ethnic group to which the thief belonged refused to give evidence”. So, their main interest is to have their ethnicity above from the company’s values, objectives production and benefits such as “accommodation or medical care”. Hence, they are affected by a group member unfairly, although they were not involved. So, they could falsely lose their job, the salary for their families and the benefits we mentioned. This problem causes brawls, that end up in the
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