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Hart and Bing Case facts

Hart and Bing Case facts - • Mr Hart perceives co-workers...

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HART & BING CASE FACTS Mr. Hart and Mr. Bing were co-workers in the same department of a large industrial organization Mr. Hart was promoted to a supervisory role in that department, and was the immediate supervisor of Mr. Bing Mr. Bing developed a system where he works on multiple panels at one time and still charges double and triple set up times. Mr. Bing has outside interest in a singing career, and expresses it with his co-workers. Mr. Bing at times leaves his workstation early and is accompanied by other employees. Mr. Hart views charging double and triple setup time for working on multiple panels at once as cheating the company. Mr. Hart views Mr. Bings discussion about his outside interest to his co-workers distracts them, and has interfered with his productivity and quality of work.
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Unformatted text preview: • Mr. Hart perceives co-workers leaving their stations early for lunch is directly related to Mr. Bings influence, and perceives this as coercion to under-mind his authority. • Mr. Bing views Mr. Hart as a sarcastic supervisor, who does not know how to manage his employees. • Mr. Hart views Mr. Bing as a disruptive employee who harbors hidden iniquity who is no longer interested in being an cooperative employee. • The result was both Hart & Bing addressing their concerns with a union representative which illustrated a misunderstanding of the other’s motives. • After discussing with the representative this misunderstanding left Hart wanting Bing to part ways, and Bing wanting to do whatever he could to be transferred...
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