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Unformatted text preview: there is no confusion. For the third step, Lei should compare the employees work performance from the past to the present. She should then compare it with the updated handbook to determine the degree of differences. This will let Lei know how bad the differences were and what benefits the new employee hand book will have or the kind of impact it might have. The final step would be for Lei to take action against the store manager and the employee. I believe that the employee should have to work the hours that they already got paid for but didnt really work. As far as the manager goes, he should have never let this happen and should be held accountable for his actions. Lei should not take action against those items that were not clearly outlined in the outdated handbook, but from that point forward, every employee should have a clear understanding of what is to be expected of them and the consequences if they dont follow the employee hand book and policies....
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2012 for the course AB140 140 taught by Professor Sharpton during the Summer '12 term at Kaplan University.
- Summer '12