KVann_Case16.2_031611

KVann_Case16.2_031611 - Case 16.02 1 I t is a sad world...

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Unformatted text preview: Case 16.02 1 I t is a sad world today when looking at the job market. I say this not because the job market is slim, but because the way employees are treated. Most jobs have turned into an all-for-company position rather than company-for-employee. Whole Foods seems to take a different approach with their connection in relation to their employees. As a prospective manager at Whole Foods I would be both excited and concerned about being hired. My reasons for excitement are obvious the company is an overall success, rated one of the best American companies to work for. However, the companys view of how to hire or fire employees is a little suspect. Managers are generally hired to make the decisions the Whole Foods allows the general employee population to make. The fear of being undermined by my employees in making hiring and firing decisions would be a huge concern for me. The other concern I would have would be the issue of consolidated groups within the store. The possibility of groups working against one another and possibly within the store....
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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_Case16.2_031611 - Case 16.02 1 I t is a sad world...

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