KVann_Case08.01_021011

KVann_Case08.01_021011 - Case Study 08.01 1 When tasks are...

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Case Study 08.01 1 When tasks are submitted to employees without repercussion to complete them, the task is therefore rendered unsuccessful, unimportant, and a general waste of time. The HR department of the San Diego Zoo would send out appraisals without requiring anything to be returned. This creates a very unsuccessful environment. Without receiving feedback from employees the HR department would not have been able to see the problems that were occurring and they would also not have been able to see rewardable behaviors either. This meant that employees were being compensated, not on how well or how efficiently they completed their jobs, but at how long they remained in their position with the Zoo. The old appraisal system also used more than one form to evaluate employees. Doing this would lead to multiple answers and in the end a very ineffective way to research employees progress. The evaluation sheets were given to employees at random times during the year also allowing for very ineffective returns on employee progress. Due to Tim Mulligan, the director of human resources for the Zoological Society,
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This note was uploaded on 08/21/2011 for the course ACCT 1221 taught by Professor Adgams during the Spring '11 term at Stetson.

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KVann_Case08.01_021011 - Case Study 08.01 1 When tasks are...

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