KVann_Case11.1_022211

KVann_Case11.1_022211 - Case Study 11.1 1 When employees...

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Case Study 11.1 1 When employees seem to take advantage of a system, such as the one ACS offers, it makes life a little more difficult for the managers. In Janis Blancero’s case, she continuously had employee’s coming to her for various times off and reconstructed schedules. When employees ask for time off, in many cases they do not think about who will have to cover their shift or workload while they are gone. Granted, sometimes there are instances where employees must take time from work to tend to personal aspect of their lives, such as Susan Woolf’s case when she requested time for maternity leave. When employees take advantage of a system, like the one provided by ACS, sooner or later managers and upper level staff will begin to notice the new trend of deceitful and selfish behavior. Managers, like Janis Blancero, are faced with difficult decisions when it comes to cases such as these. Evaluating personal requests, I feel, should be also based on the employees work performance. Granted there are some examples of time off that cannot be negotiated such
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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_Case11.1_022211 - Case Study 11.1 1 When employees...

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