Organizational Behaviour

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Organizational Behavior
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Company: Marriott
Marriott International is ranked 71 in the top 100 companies to work for. It has a adaptive strategy to external forces, third highest paid salary in U.S. It is family friendly and has a lot of other benefits, provides a great health and fitness program and upward and friendly communication. It is the best company for hourly workers. Mission and Vision:

To create an environment conducive and helpful to both our employees and customers, thereby encouraging our employees to work at their maximum capacity in being of service to our customers whilst providing our customers with good food and good service at a fair price.

To become the leading provider and facilitator of value- based luxury, leisure and business experiences across the globe.

Business Values:
* Commitment to human rights
* Ethical and legal standards
* Working with suppliers
* Helping the workforce grow

Human rights do not have to be bought, earned or inherited; they belong to people simply because they are human. Human rights are inherent to each individual. Ethical standards are principles that when followed, promote values such as trust, good behavior, fairness, and/or kindness. There is not one consistent set of standards that all companies follow, but each company has the right to develop the standards that are meaningful for their organization. Ethical standards are not always easily enforceable, as they are frequently vaguely defined and somewhat open to interpretation ("Men and women should be treated equally,” or "Treat the customer with respect and kindness."). Others can be more specific, such as "Do not share the customer's private information with anyone outside of the company. A lot of growing companies focus on one trait of their suppliers: price. And price certainly is important when you're selecting suppliers to accompany you as you grow your business. But there's more to a supplier than an invoice--and more to the cost of doing business with a supplier than the amount on a purchase order. Suppliers are in business to make money.Workforce development is an economic development approach that attempts to enhance a region's/company’s economic stability and prosperity by focusing on people rather than businesses. It is essentially a human resources strategy. Workforce development has evolved from a problem-focused approach, addressing issues such as low-skilled workers or the need for more employees in a particular industry, to a holistic approach considering participants' many barriers and the overall needs of the region. Today workforce development often is seen as a solution to issues of social equity. Social Responsibility:

SERVE

* Shelter and food
* Environment
* Readiness for hotel careers
* Vitality for children
* Embracing global diversity and inclusion
Environmental Goals:
* Reduction of energy and water consumption by 25% per available room by 2017 * Greening $10 billion supply chain
* Expansion of Green Hotel development tenfold over the next five years * Education and inspiration to associates and guests to support the environment * Addressing environmental challenges through innovative initiatives like rainforest protection and water conservation. Green Hotel:

* Energy Star partner for 6years
* Energy Star rating of 77 since 2007
* Carbon Footprint – 69.5 pounds per available room
* Reduction of landfill waste by 17% since 2007 in US
* Adoption of climate specific landscaping approach
* Development of retro-commissioning
* Attainment of LEED certification.
Society:
* Participation in charities and volunteering
* $12.4 million fundraising and guest donations, 750,000 volunteer hours (in 2008 and 2009) * Alliance for workplace excellence awarded Marriott International its 2010 Workplace Excellence and Health and Wellness Trailblazer Award. * 16 year affiliation with...
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