Memo to Supervisor

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I would first like to let everyone know what an exciting opportunity the merging of InterClean and EnviroTech can be for our sales team. The companies have brought together two of the leaders in the institutional and industrial cleaning and sanitation industry. Together as one, these companies will be an unstoppable force with limitless possibilities. So I would like to welcome you all to take part and pride in this emergence. As managers for our company, we have the responsibility to uphold the company’s integrity and maintain a comfortable working environment for everyone. While doing so, we all need to remember that a manager’s behavior/interaction has a significant impact on productivity of his/her workers. With that said, figure 1 is just a reminder of the summary of what managers responsibilities are, what managers should achieve, and how managers should lead. {draw:frame} {draw:frame} Figure 1 {draw:frame} {draw:frame} {text:bookmark-start} (Nickels, McHugh, & McHugh, 2008, figure 7.1) {text:bookmark-end} I would also like to refresh everyone’s memory on employment laws. As this transition takes place, our companies would appreciate everything going smoothly. We will be hiring many different types of persons from all different backgrounds, all different cultures, and different races to fill our team. I want to make sure that the laws are followed and everyone is treated fairly, equally, and respectfully. Some laws that I would like us all to review are as follows: Thirteenth and Fourteenth amendments-Prohibition of slavery and involuntary Servitude {text:bookmark-start} (Cascio, 2006, p. 80) {text:bookmark-end} Civil Rights Acts of 1866 and 1871- The Civil Rights Act of 1866 was the first of all the Civil Rights Acts. The 1866 act grants all citizens the right to make contracts, sue, be a witness in court, and to own private property {text:bookmark-start} (Civil Rights Act of 1866, n.d., ¶ 1) {text:bookmark-end}...
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