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MGT 210 Week 8 Checkpoint Incident 18-1 Changes in an EmployeeGÇÖs Behavior

MGT 210 Week 8 Checkpoint Incident 18-1 Changes in an EmployeeGÇÖs Behavior

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1. What should Mel do at this time? Mel should pull Jack aside and speak with him in private so that no one can hear. Mel should tell Jack that he noticed he went into the hospitals storage room and spent a considerable amount of time in a place he had no reason to be. Mel should let him know in a non-confrontational or non-accusing manner that he is concerned that something might be wrong, and he should also inform Jack that he smells alcohol on his breath. Mel should stress that Jack is a good employee and they have never had any issues with him in the past, but the last few weeks they have noticed that something is wrong and that he just wants to help Jack. 2. How should Mel handle the overall problem? Mel should explain to Jack that drinking alcohol on the job is a very serious problem and that he will now be subject to random drug and urine screenings. Mel should help Jack set up counseling services and emphasize that Jack take week of vacation or sick time to collect himself and get back to his normal self. Mel should also let Jack know
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