Case Study #1 Trader Joe's QianZhang(Queenie) Discussion Question
1. how does Trader Joe's design jobs for increased job satisfaction and higher performance? Trader Joe's give its appreciation for its employees to increase job satisfaction and higher performance. they puts its money where its mouth is. the starting benefits at Trader Joe's include medical, dental, and vision insurance, company paid retirement, paid vacation and a 10% employee discount. " Trade Joe's compensate workers well. The core of this allegiance is a wage and benefits package that is typically far more competitive than that of most companies in the supermarket industry. Wages may attract high-quality employees, but wages are not necessarily the reason they remain loyal, as any human resources expert can attest. Employees stay because Trader Joe’s has created a culture of success: an environment in which everyone does the same job at one time or another and a place where people’s opinions are respected and talents are nurtured. " ( Excerpted from Trader Joe’s Adventure, by Len Lewis) 2. In what ways does Trader Joe's demonstrate the importance of each responsibility in the management process planning, organizing, leading, and controlling? There are several ways to demonstrate the importance of each responsibility. first, the buyers will travel all over the world to search the great foods and buying direct from the producer to lower the costs. second, Trader Joe's carry only 1500-2000 products so that the customer are easy to choose. third, Trader Joe's managers are hired only from within the company. The future leaders should be enroll in training programs such as Trader Joe's university the foster in them the loyalty necessary to run stores. fourth, when something happen, Trader Joe's will quick to respond and post their action alerts on their web site. 3. Describe the methods that show Trader Joe's...
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