Case Study : A Savage Factory

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A Savage Factory Executive Summary This report summarizes the history of work attitude for hourly workers and managers, who controlled the quality of the products and sale growth, at Ford Motor Company during and before Economic recession. It is representative of how Ford Management has run the manufacturing sector since 60s in order to meet demand. The purpose of this report is to analyze how Sharonville Plant of the Ford Motor Company can advance work behaviors, enhance training, establish work environment, and motivate workers. Developing work attitudes is by reducing imprudence that was between the hourly workers and their mangers and increasing job satisfaction and organizational commitment. It is clear that workers at this motor company have the lowest job satisfaction in order of various negative influences that impact their life. First, mangers at this company did not treat their employees as a human, they treat them as machines, that should rich the demand by the end of the day, and called them by numbers not their name. Second, workers have intrinsic value, extrinsic value, and ethical values that ford would not respect. Third, Stressful work without any reward and the work environment that was not save, clean, or regulated at the plant. Finally, week bonds between mangers and workers that create week work energy and losing trust between employees as results the work has turned down frequently. In addition, at Ford Motor Company the physical and psychological

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