This paper examines labor unions, labor laws, NLRB and, the different generations represented in the workforce and how they affect the future of the Union. HISTORY Labor unions have existed in one form or another in the United States since the birth of the country. They were created in an effort to protect the working population from abuses such as sweatshops and unsafe working conditions. On the other hand, they have also been accused of crippling industries and consorting with organized crime over the decades. But in one way or another, labor unions have been woven into the political, economic and cultural fabric of America, and their influence has played a colorful role in its development.
Compare/Contrast Class and race are important demarcation factors in America in determining educational and job opportunities, as well as income level. In his essay “Class In America”, Gregory Mantsios outlines the widely held beliefs about class in the United States. In more recent times The New York times released a series of articles “Shadowy Lines that divide” by Jenny Scott That talks about class in modern society. Both articles analyze the gap between the poor class and the upper class, but both have different opinios on In “Class In America” Mantsios talks about how American people hardly talk about class, or they don’t like too. “If someone were to ask a person to describe himself or herself, he or she would most likely not mention his or her class, such as upper class or lower class” (Mantsios, Class In America, 308) He or she would be more likely to tell their race, geographic location, or industry.
Remuneration – workers were allowed to participate in profit sharing. Stability and tenure of personal – the workers were trained to make their job performance better. Unity of direction – everyone in the company made sure that they was focused on making the company better and increasing profits. Esprit de corps – the hard work of the workers was recognized by those outside of the company. 2) Mary Parker Follett would probably like Chris Martin’s management style because Martin also cared about his employees.
It is the universal whore, the pander between men and peoples.’ Karl Marx, ‘the economic and philosophical manuscripts’ (1844). This is saying that money makes society function, it not only binds us together, but separates those who have it and those who don’t. - The issue of storytelling, how stories are received, who they serve, is an important theme in Othello - Individuals create stories about themselves to establish an identity  sometimes our stories are imposed on us - Othello states he ‘Saw the handkerchief’ (Act 5, Sc2, Ln66), but what he really saw was a mute fact – facts are meaningless until placed into context – Othello used the wrong story to interpret what he saw. He takes Iago’s lies as facts, believes everything else - Marxism emphasizes the link between power  storytelling  economics. Eg.
For instance he raised the minimum wage, shortened work hours, and gave workers the right to participate in labor unions, even if these unions were government controlled. The effects of these programs was very bad because Peron used government money to raise the minimum wage and the standard of living, therefore creating a bigger debt in the Argentine economy. At the time when he was raising wage, the economy was going strong due to the ISI programs and Argentine’s new self-sufficient economy. Only when the economy started to decline, these populist programs were harder to continue through,
Finally, economic patterns of the past had to be changed to create a more equally distributed wealth among all Americans. To a large degree, the civil rights movement ultimately achieved their goals socially, economically, and politically through their abstract methods and persistence. Socially, the United States had figure out how to resolve their hypocritical actions. The U.S. fought a war centrally revolved around segregation over seas with Germany, yet still faced their own racial problems at home. Thus gave birth to the civil rights movement.
Truman is a real life drama created in each and every man’s life by the forces at work.Those forces , and their struggle for power which create human phenomena are what we are going to analyze from the Marxist perspective. It is important to start the analysis with the Marxist conception of history.According to Marxist Theory ‘cultural texts and practices must be analyzed to their historical conditions of production.’In this sense ,the historical setting of the Truman show is significant for understanding the ideology behind it. It is set in 1950s America where there were some positive developments in the way of life as well as racial conflicts.There was a growing increase in manufacturing and commercialisation as a vehicle of the consumerism .It was after all a time for the American Dream and a comfortable life was highly valued as a part of this dream. An answer to ‘How to you live a comfortable life? ‘were brought by the commercial industry .It helped to bring the productions to meet it’s consumers so that consumers constantly adjust and readjust their living to the standards of the popular culture.In order to keep up with the capitalistic culture people always needed to have more and more and better goods during the 1950s America.
He gave the decision-making responsibility to the employees in order for them to act in the best interests of the firm. This way the employees were motivated and developed a passion to be committed for the organization as expressed by Daniel Goleman. Decentralized Authority: * Shih did not believe in exercising control and had a decentralized authority, which enhanced the entrepreneurial spirit of the employees. Due to this quality as a leader Shih was able to deliver better business results. Continuous Education: * One of the main leadership qualities proposed by Pagonis in “Leadership in Combat Zone “ is to educate and clarify to the employees the organizational vision and objectives in order to ensure a smooth running organization.
A a good positive role model ability to be hands on lead by example strong work ethics uncompromising integrity collaborate and work ability to communicate mediate ability to say “NO” B To have a strong work ethics, and to show my employee's a good example C learn from others identify the traits that I have learn from the new experience must be willing to improve myself have a desire and dedication to achieve my goals Question 3 To check the company vision statement, mission statement and the value statement speak to the superiors/managers to look for the information on the web page maintain a current job skills and if not update them know the company guild line policies refer back to my job description align with the company – long or short term goals, strategies, and stated direction Question 4 How would I ensure that I meet my job description? From the feedback that I get from the customers, managers, suppliers and 360° By being thoroughly prepared and organised in my workplace for the tasks ahead By having a good time management knowing what my job description is using performance measure tools And to create a performance measure tool Question 5 How would I measure and maintain my personal performance?
Chris supports his employee and learned the value of teamwork. Mary believed that managers had to show recognition to their employees in order for them to work harder. And profit sharing is how Chris is recognizing his employees. 3. Is Chris Martin a Theory X or a Theory Y manager?