Hr Cost Club Case Study

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To: All Staff From: Human Resources Assistant Manager Date: May 12, 2014 Subject: Human Resources Concerns Cost Club is administratively organized into regions, and each region is permitted to develop its own operational policies, as long as the bottom line of low cost and reasonable service to customers is maintained (University of Phoenix, 2014). Since coming aboard the company there have been a few human resource issues that have come up that needed addressing. Discharges at the Anderson Cost Club store To address the discharges at The Anderson Cost Club store please note that the store is located in a right-to-work state which secures the right of employees to decide if they want to join a union. This has nothing to do with why or how the two employees were discharged from the Cost Club. The General Manager at the Anderson Cost Club store discharged the two employees because he needed to downsize his workforce. The issue we are dealing with is that the General Manager failed to explain the reason and provide documentation for discharging the two employees. The Anderson Cost Club can discharge an employee with or without cause unless under a contract. It is important to document every disciplinary action regarding the employees and communicate in a very clear and concise manner to avoid…show more content…
The fact that the property owner did pass on other potential offers because of the promise made by the real estate agent acting as an authorized representative of Cost Club. Not standing by the obligation will be considered a breach of implied contract. The first matter that should be addressed is who gave the real estate agent the authority to act as an “authorized representative”. What other potential promises have been made for the Cost Club by this particular real estate

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