1. How does Trader Joe's design jobs for increased job satisfaction and higher performance?
After reading this it makes me want to be a manager for Trader Joe's. There making a lot of money. But with the workers that work for them there given a lot of benefits with all the health, dental, vision and etc. Also they're given promotions from within philosophy because they're privately own. Also they tell there employees to try the produce so when someone has a question about something they can take them to something that is something there thinking about or better. Trader Joe’s has designed jobs to increase job satisfaction by showing appreciation in providing more benefits to their employees than other chain grocers. They provide starting benefits including medical, dental, and vision insurance, company-paid retirement, paid vacation, and a 10% employee discount.” Traders Joes also recruits people with certain personality traits that the company wants in their stores. They are able to enrich their employees with knowledge of their products that they are selling, as well as inducing customer involvements. As a result, they are able to have higher job performance because they are able to train and nurture their employees to have the same values and philosophy as the company, as well as granting supreme employee benefits.
2. In what way does Trader Joe's demonstrate the importance of each responsibility in the management process-- planning, organizing, leading and controlling?
Trader Joe's want there employees to know everything there is to know about there produce that they are selling. They want them to be as knowledgable at what they are selling as they can be. With doing that they are giving them the incentive that if they do good they can be promoted within very fast. They want to enroll there employees in a training program through Trader Joe's University so that it will foster them to be as necessarily loyal as they can be to...