Organizational Structure for Hershey Company

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Discussion Board 2
Merry C. Stewart
Organization’s Culture
Phase 2 Discussion Board 2 Part 1
MGM 255-1301A-05
Randal Aungst
January 16, 2013
Whether on the individual level or as an organization, we must all deepen our human skill at respecting and honoring our differences and staying focused on our common goals. Milton Hershey believed that, “workers who were treated fairly and who lived in a comfortable, pleasant environment”, would be better workers. He not only built a town for his employees but also a school for orphans. Corporate Social Responsibility is an integral part of the Hershey Company’s global business strategy; which includes goals and priorities focused on fair and ethical business dealings. Hershey’s is the leading producer of chocolate and non-chocolate confectionary and other grocery products in North America and also carries a significant international presence with operations in over 90 countries. Canada, Mexico, Brazil, China, Korea, Japan, and India to name a few. In 2010 Hershey entered into a deal with Walmart (known as ASDA in the United Kingdom,) to sell Hershey products in Europe. Hershey’s will have to modify their products in order, to do so. Hershey uses genetically modified ingredients in the United States and ASDA does not sell genetically modified ingredients. The hospital, I worked, had employees use their index finger to clock in and out. I would always clock in approximately ten minutes before my scheduled shift. This is so I had enough time to walk to my department put my coat and purse away and log into my computer to be ready for the first patient to register. HR decided it would be better to have all employee’s clock in no earlier than two minutes before their shift. This created chaos, there were approximately fifteen employees standing around the time clock. I feel this was not a good solution, because employees were getting to their departments late. Furthermore, patients were seeing the



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