HW6 - Review Question #5 Chapter 8, p211
What does a supervisor need to do to motivate a high achiever?
High achievers like to take personal responsibility for finding solutions to
problems. This allows them to gain personal satisfaction from their
HW4 - Review Question #7 Chapter 5, p130
What constitutes sexual harassment? Describe how supervisors and their
companies can minimize the occurrences of sexual harassment in the
Sexual harassment is any unwelcome sexual conduct on the job that
What do you think?
On a personal level, gossip in the workplace is going to happen whether it was
intended or not. However, gossiping about ones supervisors is definitely risky
business. If these rumors were actually true, there could have been better
1. Explain the human resource management process.
Human resource management is the process hiring, training, and keeping employees in the organization. This
gets the new employees started on what they have to learn and what is expected of them in the envi
Leadership Style Evaluations
1. Howard Schultz, Starbucks
Howard Schultz, President and CEO of Starbucks, has a strong commitment and
compassion for his staff and customers. From his book Pour Your Heart into It, he says if you
treat people l
Google Motivation Report
Google Inc. stands out from other large technology companies when it comes to motivating their
employees. From Fortune magazines list of the best companies to work for, Google has been in the top
five for 2007-2010 an
DECISION MAKING WORKSHEET
1. Identify the problem.
Whether to go to the Steelers game or stay at home to watch the children.
2. Collect relevant information. List all relevant information. List at least 5; there are more.
Your wife aske
Syllabus BUS258 WA Supervisory Management Fall 2015
I. General Information
Course Number/Section: BUS 258-WA
Instructor Name: Grace Sandy
Title: Supervisory Management
Supervisory Management investigates t
I chose the Bartender position from the Red Lobster website. Questions 1-5 are questions that
should not be asked during an interview. Questions 6-10 are questions that should be asked.
1. Do you have any intentions on having children anytime soon?
1. Describe the type of control that Frito-Lay is using. Why do you think theyve chosen
this type of control system?
From the given case, it seems like Frito-Lay is using concurrent control. With the new
control system implemented, the system will provide
HW10 - Review Question 3 Chapter 13, p336
Identify three methods of preventing accidents. How can supervisors assist
in ensuring that accidents are prevented?
Safety and health are very high priorities in a person's life. In order to create
a safe work en
HW9 - Review Question 1 Chapter 12, p313
Why, in your opinion, do many supervisors dislike or even avoid giving
employees performance feedback?
In my opinion, many supervisors dislike and avoid giving performance
feedback because it puts the supervisors i
HW7 - Review Question #7 Chapter 10, p259
What use, if any, can the grapevine serve? Provide a specific example.
Most all of the information within the grapevine is undocumented and is
open to change and interpretation as it moves through the network. It
HW5 - Review Question #6 Chapter 7, p183
What rationalizations do people use to justify questionable conduct?
Other than the four rationalizations people use to justify questionable
conduct from the book. There are couple more common use rationalizations.
Linda Jeschofnig Co-founder of Hands-On-Labs
Linda Jeschofnig created a business with her husband that promotes science
education for those who are studying online. Hands-On-Labs creates lab packs
for college students that consist of experiments on a smal