Bazerman and Moore's Six-Step Guide to Decision-Making Analysis

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Using the Bazerman and Moore six step guide to decision making analysis, share a decision made by your employer (current or past) and assess the decision as a success or a failure. The Bazerman and Moore six step moduel identifys six steps which are as followed Identify the problem,Identify the criteria,Weighing the criteria,Alternatives,Rate the alternatives and Compute The optimal Decision.The Bazerman and Moore six step moduel helps management to make rational decisions pertaining to business. My previous job role was that of a Collector , I was laid off 2 months ago. The decision to lay off myself as well as 15 others employers was based on the business needs as per my previous employer explaination. that I am tasked with making sometimes have afforded me the opportunity to reap great results and sometimes they yield answers that I didn’t anticipate and that unfortunately have a detrimental effect on the situation at hand. A month after the lay off my previous employer hired 15 new hires. The new hires rate of pay was half of my previous rate of pay.So does this mean that the new hires will perform at top performance with less pay ? Although I understand the decision for the layoff pertaining to the business needs. When layoffs are done the employer does not consider the employees feelings or livelyhood.From my understanding the employer always lays off about 15-20 people employees around the say time each year. Then the employer re-hires the same 15-20 employees about 2-3 months later at their previous rate of pay. However I feel that the employer did not have any loyalty when they fired the employees so why should their be loyalty for the employees to come back to work. When the employee is disposable at any time.

Decisions that are made at the work place often dont identify the problem. They just bandage the problem hoping it will go away and not happen again. Because Frederick J hanna always layoff employees the same time each year, I dont think that...
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