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38 words Permalink | Show parent | Reply Re: Learning Guide Unit 7 by Cecilia Agbewanu - Wednesday, 24 October 2018, 11:52 AM Based on my professional experience, poor performance can change an organization. I was working for an organization where employees were not treated well. When you are late of sick the managing director will deducted from your salary. Instead of asking the employee what went wrong, he will just take action. Every month we have general meeting, he will not allow anybody to express his/her ideas about how the company is run. Because of the poor management some of the employees started to leave the company. One of the staff that was doing so well in the company decide to leave the company after he left the managing director collect all our taxpayer money and leave the country. Even to pay salaries that month was not easy for us. 129 words
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Permalink | Show parent | Reply Re: Learning Guide Unit 7 by Amanda Santos - Monday, 22 October 2018, 6:45 PM In my last job, we went through a bad experience that changed the entire organization I worked for. We were a small company of digital marketing and we had good professionals working for over more than brands in the city. However, the performance was poor and the CEO centralized all the information, although he didn't go to work everyday and we didn't see him a lot. Many of the tasks were not being done and, except for me, few employees had finished everything they need to do. And it was prejudicing our clients. The CEO resisted to change, even though we always complained in our feedback reunions. Besides that, he didn't assure us legal rights for our work and there was a camera in the desk above the office desk (the other employees told me he used to check what they were doing during work time and hear what they talked about, but they said it was not working anymore). With the resistances of the CEO, most of us were not happy during work and we were always looking for new freelance jobs. After I left the company, most of my co-workers also left and now the company has at least half of its employees. I don't know how the company is going now, but I hope to never find a job like that. 224 words Permalink | Show parent | Reply Re: Learning Guide Unit 7 by Rebecca Davis - Tuesday, 23 October 2018, 10:23 AM This sounds like you had a really bad experience working for that company. I hope that you don't ever have to deal with that again. 25 words Permalink | Show parent | Reply
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Re: Learning Guide Unit 7 by Donna Mills (Instructor & OSWC Advisor) - Tuesday, 23 October 2018, 10:46 PM God post Amanda, Why do you think the manager had this type of personality? 14 words Permalink | Show parent | Reply Re: Learning Guide Unit 7 by Cecilia Agbewanu - Wednesday, 24 October 2018, 10:02 AM Hello, I agree with you some CEO are like that. They will make the employee feel unconfortable in the office.
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  • Spring '18
  • Working time, A Good Thing, Rebecca Davis, Donna Mills

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