bus210 week 6 (job fair brochure) paper describing structure, business model, and culture

Bus210 week 6 (job fair brochure) paper describing structure, business model, and culture

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Soapy Rides Soapy Rides Soapy Rides is a company that is built up of many different areas of employment ranging from owners/managers down to the manual labor. The employees that will be doing the manual labor are broken down into a more diverse group. For instance, certain workers will be concentrating on exterior washing of vehicles, while others will focus on interior cleaning, others doing the waxing detail, and so forth. The best company structure for this business is the divisional structure. This ensures employees are where they need to be at all times. This will also ensure that each employee knows the specific job that is required of them. I believe that if I were to group employees into similar jobs, it would have a negative impact on the customer for a couple of reasons. First, it may look as if employees are standing around because there would be too many at one area and not enough at another. Second, employees may become confused or forgetful on certain areas of a routine, resulting in an incomplete job. The famous saying “Treat someone as you would like to be treated”, would be
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course BUS 210 taught by Professor Scottrought during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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Bus210 week 6 (job fair brochure) paper describing structure, business model, and culture

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