Engagement Analysis – Lopez Vending Company
1. In response to the annual employee survey conducted by Lopez Vending, the Cleveland, Atlanta and San Diego offices implemented suggestions from their senior managers and initiated pilot program to offer flexible work schedules. (2)
The Cleveland, Atlanta and San Diego offices implemented suggestions from their senior managers and initiated pilot program to offer flexible work schedules because of the fact that in these regions majority that is working is not white. Therefore, in order to be more socially responsible, the company is suggesting giving perk in the form of flexible working hours so that the company can be known for its anti-ethnocentrism. The other reason could be that mostly workers from these regions need improvement. The best non-financial way to improve productivity could be providing flexible work hours.
2. Central Virginia, Columbus and Minneapolis have experienced higher than average turnover rates. (2)
The reason that Central Virginia, Columbus and Minneapolis have experienced higher than average turnover rates could be the fact that majority of the employees of these cities are working well and have been ranked either “met goal” or “exceed goal” while the rank and the salary they are having are not meeting their expectations. This could be a reason that such a good talent is hired somewhere else at higher position with handsome amount of salary.
3. Shortly after the passage of the Lilly Ledbetter Act, there was some concern that women and men in the same jobs were being paid unequally. In particular, you’ve been asked to review the CSSR/RS position (NFQM job code) and the CstSvcMgr position (NFIG job code). Please analyze these positions and explain your results. Do you think that Lopez Vending might be in violation of the Equal Pay Act? If so, what information do you need in order to be sure? (5)
After analyzing the data that is given after the survey, in my opinion, the...
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