Use the same organization that you selected in Week 1. SEE ATTACHMENT
Management has reviewed your work from two weeks ago about how the employees’ low job motivation may affect the company internally and externally and determined that there is sufficient evidence to support an organizational change. It has asked you to recommend changes that will help to boost employee job motivation.
Recall that a survey showed job motivation among employees was lower than average, with complaints such as:
- —My job is so boring!
- —My boss micromanages me but never tells me how I’m doing.
- —I’ve been in my position for seven to fifteen years, but I am never allowed to provide any input about making the work better.
Write a paper in which you:
- ****Defend at least two organizational changes and explain how these changes will improve job motivation in the workforce. Support your recommendations by citing the theories covered in the readings or your own research.
- ******Assess potential conflicts that may arise due to the changes, including why you anticipate these conflicts.
- ******Justify a change implementation plan for leading the change initiatives and helping the organization overcome any resistance to the changes.
- *******Justify an appropriate communication plan that announces the changes and continues through the change management process.
APA format. 5-10 pages
Organizational Behavior Perspectives.
Dr. Brooke Griggs
Organization Behavior and Communication
April 11, 2021
Alphabet Inc., based in Mountainview, California, is one of the significant parent companies for technology businesses (Google) (Rakesh, 2020). The human resources department of a corporation manages staff in a prepared and coordinated manner. The areas of personnel retention, recruiting, compensation and perk settings, shift, and success improvement are also protected by the resource management process. It also means looking into what is still present in the business as well as other tasks.
The administrative HR method’s biggest problem is that most organization administrators and employees do not obey employment legislation because they believe it does not matter to their company. Audits, litigation, and the company’s collapse are also covered under the rules. Human resource management devotes many resources to developing the enterprise and developing the business and product. Recruitment and recruiting, as well as compensation and payroll, are also critical in most industries. Non-compliance penalties, a shortage of staff and their employees, and inefficiencies that bog down the manufacturing cycle are all part of the operation.
Small companies undergo significant financial and time commitments when company rules have not been implemented through the recruiting phase, where bad recruiting stems from hurried interview processes or the inability to obey clear protocols, saving an organization more money (Stewart & Brown, 2019). To draw top talent and a straightforward direction in creating career applications, hiring, interviews, and recruitment must be transparent and practiced by applying market laws. The importance of employee training and wellbeing in the workplace cannot be overstated. As workers are hired, they become valuable assets to the company. It is essential to train them to avoid expensive mistakes and accidents.
However, several companies have cut the period it takes to recruit and educate new hires, which has a negative impact on employees. Company regulations regulating staff training and wellbeing can be enforced to ensure that occupational accidents are minimized, increasing employee retention and morale. Employee preparation is also neglected, as is the revision of handbooks, laws, and ethical standards, both of which impact employee success (Stewart & Brown, 2019). In business management activities, obsolete handbooks may contribute to miscommunication and legal issues. Individuals can follow business laws that are in sync with the evolving legislation and demands of their workers.
Rakesh S. (2020, December 7). Why Google became alphabet. Investopedia. Retrieved April 7, 2021, from https://www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/081115/why-google-became-alphabet.asp
Stewart, G. L., & Brown, K. G. (2019