Utiliscan Case Study Analysis

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Week 9 Case Analysis Utiliscan’s By: Tenika Carroll Wednesday March 3, 2010 Dr. Kimberly Scanlan Utiliscan has experienced a growth rate in company business. The HR director and the company CEO’s have been having a very hard time trying to find experienced employees and also address the current issues within the Utiliscan. So Paul the current Director of HR has just learned of a new opportunity and has decided to leave the company, but before he left he conducted a survey on some of the employee concerns. Once the survey was completed, Paul was asked to complete a conceptual plan that would address the employees concerns and stay within the companies’ budget. Throughout the case analysis Paul will address each of the employees…show more content…
The company budget has been stretched, due to the continuing growth of the company this plan will address each issue and it will be done in the proper manner under the company’s budget. The first survey results are as follows: 70% of the Utiliscan’s employees stated that their workload was adequate – not too heavy, not too light. Due to the recent growth in the Utiliscan the employees have not yet experienced much of the new business yet, which in return is going to increase their workload. To prevent this from happening at the company can began to run a job fair to attempt to hire qualified employees that can keep the workload at a consensus. Utiliscan can also update the employee description, just in case the workload does become heavier due to the new changes. Employee working conditions is another issue that the employees were least concerned about; employee working conditions would include the cleaning services, the bathrooms, vending machines, and cafeteria services. It is a problem that the employees are not supervised when doing their job; this could be why the employees think their workloads are adequate. 78% of the employees were satisfied with their working conditions and they enjoyed freedom and flexibility to perform their jobs with out strict supervision. As companies begin to acquire challenges in the business environment of the new millennium, this gives an ever-increasing reason for success; which lies in the function of effective human resource management. Controlling these issues of Utiliscan gives the company a competitive advantage. The goal of the strategic management in an organization is to assess, deploy and allocate resources providing the management with competitive advantage. Due to employees’ not receiving

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