Recruitment and selections class 2
Evaluate recruiting only chapter 6
Letter of offer not in old text
Human rights txt book case study
- Look at Aoda extra accommodations requires extra paper work as
proof but at the sam
Chapter 3 Learning and Motivation
What is Learning?
Learning process of acquiring knowledge and skills, in turn the experience develops newly acquired
Behaviour that is learnt can be thought of as a skill.
Training is aim to accomplish the go
Four perspectives of organizational effectiveness model
- Open systems perspective
- Organizational learning perspective
o Intelligence capital
- High performance Work Practices perspective
- Stakeholder perspectives
MARS model of indi
Chapter 3 Business Concepts
1. Which of the following fields is concerned with understanding the choices people make in using scarce
2. _ is the study of the economic choices of indi
Johnson & Johnson has written a company statement of values. it promises that we must
maintain in good order the property we are privileged to use, protecting the environment and
natural resources. it is a simple statement, but a difficult promise to fulf
Discussion Question 8: GM Employees in Driver's Seat (worth 2%)
After reading the chapter 8, read the following mini case and answer the questions that
GM: Putting Workers in the Drivers Seat
At GM, the autoworkers do many tasks as part of their j
After reading chapter 8, read this mini case and answer the questions that follow
AOL Employees Dont Exit Voluntarily
People dont usually want to leave their jobs, especially when the economy is tighter than usual
and unemployment numbers are already high
1. Could any of these home-based businesses succeed without the heavy use of
According to Chapter 6, Contemporary Business (2015) the nature of a home-based
business is free from a worry about overhead costs such as leasing office
Question 1: What are the various corporate-level strategies that a company might
use? Which of these corporate-level strategies did Seagram use under Edgar Bronfman Sr.?
Under Edgar Bronfman Jr.? Which strategy is Warner Music Group using now?
1.Do you think Toyota could have or should have used social media like Twitter
and Facebook to alert customers about the problem and solution? Why or why
Social media has become an important link between customers and companies.
According to Jayson D
1. Create or come up with 4 different products and show how they could add value or utility in
each of the four (4) different ways discussed in class.
Provides versions for different applications, or operating systems, l
Questions for Critical Thinking
1. What is corporate social responsibility?
2. How do Starbucks new plans for its stores reflect its sense of social responsibility?
3. How has Starbucks involved its customers in these efforts?
Corporate social responsibil
Starbuck New Store Design
Corporate social responsibility is a management concept where a company combines their social
and environmental concerns in their business through which it achieves the balance social
responsibility while making profi
OPERATING SYSTEM:Google developed great operating system and office tools which gave enormous
downfall to the Microsoft going on window series.
#SEARCH ENGINES:To remain at the same position in providing search engines facility to the people
Week 2 - Case Study Analysis
May 18th, 2017
Theory: The MARS model of individual performance and behaviour
The MARS model is comprised of 4 variables that are predictors of employee performance and
behaviours. The model de
THE FIVE STAGES OF TEAM DEVELOPMENT
Theory-: Every team goes through the five stages of team development. Perhaps the best-known
scheme for a group development was advanced by Bruce Tuckman in 1965. Initially, Tuckman
identified four stages of group devel
MARS stands for Motivation, Ability, Role Perception, and Situational Factor. This is a model of
individual behaviour that states that there are these four factors that directly influence individuals
behaviour at work.
Motivation- This includes dir
Rachel Sohyun Jeon
George Brown College
Professor Eva Huang
May 19th, 2017
Five-Factor Model of Personality
This particular model discusses about different personality traits (e.g. depressed,
This model illustrates the different methods in which conflicts can be
solved. Each is slightly different and revolve around the individuals
assertiveness and cooperativeness.
The first method is called problem solving, which requires high
Theory: The escalation of commitment theory simply put is the repeated
action or further investment in an apparently bad decision. It is known to be
caused by four different effects. They are the self-justification effect, the
self-enhancement effect, the
Organisation effectiveness is the outcome that most organisational theories are ultimately trying to
achieve. Organisations are effective when they have good fit with their external environment, are
learning organisation, and satisfy the needs to
Maslows needs hierarchy theory is based on five basic categories (from lowest to highest):
Physiological (need for food, air, water, shelter), safety( need for security and stability),
belongingness (need for interaction and affection from others)
Emotional Intelligence is defined as a set of abilities to perceive and express emotion, assimilate
emotions to though, understand and reason with emotion, and regulate emotions to oneself or
others. It has been realized that Emotional Intelligenc
Conscientiousness- People with high conscientiousness are dependable, organised, thorough, and
methodical. On the other hand, people with low conscientiousness are disorganised, careless and
Agreeableness- people with high agreeableness are
Labour Relations Quiz Review
Differences in the employment relationship Union vs Non-Union
Unionized environment = ARBITRATOR
Non-unionized environment =
If Dismissed = Compensation Packages + Severance Pay
- Processes and Activities
Labour Relations Final Exam Review
Industrial Relations vs Labour Relations
Industrial Relations The study of employment in union and non-union organizations.
Union and non-union
Labour Relations - The study of all aspects of the union-management relati
HOMEWORK # 1 (Chapters 6.1-6.4)
Perform a break-even analysis showing an algebraic statement of the revenue function, the cost function,
computation of the break-even point in units, in sales dollars, as a percent of capacity. A firm
Articles name: Gender pay gap in Canada more than twice global average, study shows
Things have certainly improved for
Job: supply chain inventory planner (entry level)
- ensure high accuracy of forecast needs and ensure accuracy in inventory records,
item usage history, and forecasting files.
- Identify current and potential product shortages