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Unformatted text preview: 4. Behavioral' {lllélll‘lk/ a. Least amount of people b. Careful decision makers c. Avoid conflicts cl. Avoid confrontations e. Least successful because there are many conflicts in business. 14. Communication: The transference and understanding of meaning in an organization. 1. Formal Communications: Follows the official structure of the organization. From top tc bottom of the power pyramid. 2. Informal Communications: follows the organizations unofficial lines of activity and power. Barrier to Effective Communication 1. Language Barrier 2. Culture Barrier a. Any set of people in society that have the same perceptions, wants, and needs 3. Lack of feedback 4. Information Mediums a. Lack of face to face confrontations b. More use of internet. Four Basic ways of Communication 1. Speaking 2. Listening 3. Reading 4. Writing Men and Women do not communicate in different way. Men talk emphasis status and independence. Women talk emphasis on intimacy and relationship. 15. Human Resource Management: Planning, job analysis, benefits. Human resource Management Activities 1. Planning (For Future Needs) 2. Job Analysis (A systematic procedure for study, jobs to determine elements . requirements} Recruitment (external and internal) Selection (Gathering information from employees) Orientation Compensation (hourly wage, salary, commission) 3. 4 5 6. Employee Relations 7 8 Benefits— Retirement package, medical, sick leave, pension) 9 Training and Development (workshop, hands on, shadowing) 10. Evaluation Things Human Resources does for an employee ...
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