1. The first recommendation would be to hire more people to supervise payroll. If Jack is the only supervisor then that is an insufficient amount based of the number of employees. 2. Just as there needs to be more supervisors for payroll, there is a clear lack of segregation of duties. Since each foreman controls so much there is room for manipulation. There should be more than one foreman for each department. 3. Commission and sales need a review process. None of the department foreman’s jobs include reviewing the sales from the salaried employees. There needs to be someone to review these sales so that fictitious sales were not created. 4. As workers compensation payments have been on the rise, which means there has been an increase in
The exception is when an employer pays the above costs without reimbursement. Heinrich presents 11 concealed accident cost factors with their respective subparts for consideration during the computation of direct and indirect costs (Manuele, 2011). However, the hidden costs exclude fatalities, major permanent injuries and dismemberments and costs emerging from trivial injuries. Even so, Heinrich’s research does not enjoy validation or support from similar studies. The ratios that Heinrich computes focus more on less serious injuries, which presents this as a research limitation. Furthermore, the analysis took place in 1926, which makes the utilization of Heinrich’s ratios invalid considering the massive changes on compensation schemes, work practices, as well as business and industry practices (Manuele, 2011). Therefore, the use of such ratios in the estimation of total accident cost might be
There are many employment laws out there but ill discuss about three of them and what are the consequences if the company did not comply. The employment laws I will discuss are the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act 1964, Americans with Disabilities Act 1990, and the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act. My next topic would be how an organization might structure their policies, practices and culture to ensure compliance.
The major issue that is concerning Monarch Supply Company is that seems to be a rather large disconnect between the employees working in the field sales department and the inside sales department which is causing a number of problems for the company, and jeopardizing their sustainable competitive advantage of other firms. The field sales department is regarded by most as being the backbone of the company due to the vast engineering background all employees are required to have and the extensive interactions they have with the customers. The field sales department are all paid strictly on a commission basis with the salary ranging anywhere from
Because of the demand of wanting a safer working condition, shorter work week, increase in pay and recognition as a union
Facts of the case: Imagine you are an HR manager and your boss and owner of the company, Bill, comes to you suspecting his assistant, Paige, is stealing money from the company. Bill would like a polygraph test conducted to see if Paige is stealing from the company. He would also like you to conduct electronic surveillance on Paige’s work e-mail for anything suspicious.
We would report the $25k on the 1099C. The PMI claims reduce the amount owed to RCS; we report the amount still owed to RCS after short sale proceeds and PMI claims. The borrower would get $25k cancellation of debt.
Mark established himself as a dedicated manager. He knows what he’s doing and he never makes excuses when it comes to his job unlike the other employees. He works hard and puts in all of his effort when it comes to his job. Mark knows who the good employees are and who the not so good employees are. He knows that the company isn’t doing as well as he would have hoped, but he still wants to give his employees a pay increase. A couple of ways he could improve his company is by giving performance evaluations monthly as a way to check up on his employees. Another option is to take disciplinary action on the employees who are not doing their job.
And finally, there is the issue of staff mismanagement. The supervisor, Keith Frazier, is only checking in with this department one to two times per week. Mr. Frazier is aware that Pat is making international phone calls. He is also aware that Pauline found a way for Pat to make these calls from the building’s elevator once he had the phone system modified to only allow internal calls. Mr. Frazier has also been fielding complaints from the accountants about not receiving their tax schedules in a timely fashion. However, he has failed to confront either of these issues. This lack of management can be attributed to the following:
However, there are a lot of things can be done. Most of the employees are hourly employees. Since they are unionized by an external union, hiring to many hourly workers makes trouble on managing them. It also makes the foremen less powerful because they are not directly in charge of the hourly workers. Thus I suggest hire more salaried workers. The salaried workers may be more efficient at work,
*** 11-25-2015 Employees working 2:30 pm. to 11:30 pm. was awardeded 11:00 am. to 7:30 pm. shift due to Thanksgiving. I don't accredit the shift change in the mandatory driving test considering I took my test 11-20-2015. Then Brain Weaver radioed Bob Godzik on 12-4-2015 @ 2:30 pm. about him taking the driving test.
I believe Ditcher, Quick, & Hyde did offer Rita a valid salary offer because Rita applied for the job and they agreed to hire her. I think they should have told her what her starting salary was, that way she can determine if she is being underpaid. If I was in her position I would take the job (even with a low salary), that way I can start my career as a paralegal. And it would be good for her because she has been unemployed for several months.
Lastly, he should hire an internal auditor to make sure employees are adhering to company policy and procedures. Even though it may be costly to hire an additional employee it would pay off in the long run.
and Canada do individually make anywhere near the amount of revenue or employment that healthcare industries have United States done, which is due to the effects of universal healthcare creating a price ceiling.