2.9 Written Report (Assign 8 Format Guide)

2.9 Written Report (Assign 8 Format Guide) - TO: FROM:...

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TO: John Wilson FROM: Kathy Smith DATE: March 24, 2011 SUBJECT: RESULTS OF A SURVEY ON COMPANY CELEBRATIONS Companies become a second family to both their employees and their employees’ families. People are the very heart of a company, rather than the equipment, offices, showrooms, and paperwork. People who run companies do well to remember the people who work for them and their needs. Everyone needs to know the proper manners for celebrations and rites of passage. There are many occasions that call for celebration, but here the focus is on company anniversaries and when an employee gets married or has a baby. Company Anniversaries Company anniversaries would appear to be an important time to celebrate. A large amount of respondents (78%) agreed on the importance of celebrating the anniversaries; however, over half (67%) agreed some anniversaries should not be celebrated at all. When asked to check an answer to certain questions regarding company anniversaries, many felt not every anniversary should be celebrated. Not surprising was that one hundred percent of the respondents felt each anniversary
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2012 for the course MGMT 3315 taught by Professor Myers during the Fall '11 term at Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi.

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