Exploring the Best Strategies When Job Specific Failure Is Imminent: A Case Study

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Case Study: Exploring the Best Strategies When Job Specific Failure is Imminent Table of Contents Introduction 3 Background 3 Key Problems 5 Alternatives 6 Proposed Solution 7 Conclusion 8 References 9 Introduction This report reviews the possible outcomes and implications of work conflict which is a product of miscommunication and mismanagement. The following case study discusses the particular problem of Carl Robins, a campus recruiter for ABC, Inc. Robins is faced with organizing across multiple departments and coordinating the schedules 15 new hires. Of particular note, is that this case study proposes that solutions include changes in both the conduct of the employee Robins and his supervisor Monica Carrolls. Robins failed to carry out his specific job duties and should be reprimanded. However, Robins also could have used the assistance of a more involved supervisor who set up deadlines which needed to be met along the way. Background Carl Robins is a recruiter who has hired 15 individuals to work for a supervisor at ABC, Inc. On May 15, the supervisor, Carrolls, for whom he has hired the new employees, asks Robins about the preparations which need to occur prior to orientation. Robins assures Carolls that everything will be ready on time. Robins does not follow up, and two weeks later after Memorial Day has ended, Robins begins to prepare for the training only to find many obstacles. Drug tests have not been completed, the training room has

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