You have just been appointed as a senior supervisor of a four star 400 bed city centre based hotel.
Interacting with stakeholders is a way of making communication easy. The stakeholders open up in burning issues and therefore solutions are provident as soon as possible. However, managers and other senior stakeholders should make sure that they do not cross bonders set between the management team and the subordinate staff. The bounders restrict some behaviour which may include assumption of power, friendly relations as a result of origin, and the existence of social evils. The aim of this report is to create awareness on the ways of governing an organization, given the chance, as well as the results of different employees in a survey.
1.1 Rules and regulations
There should be rules and regulations which govern the entire institution. The rules are part and parcel of the culture of the institutions. The rules cover everything ranging from behaviour to operations.
1.11 Delegation of duties
Delegating duties can also be termed as division of labour. This might be boring since stakeholders are entitled to a specific position to perform a certain task. It may result to loss of interest, thus poor performance. Delegation of duties should therefore be done wisely, keeping some characteristics constant while considering others.
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The company needs proper communications, as well as rules and regulations which govern the stakeholders. Having many customers and responsibilities does not mean that employees should be overworked or mistreated. For instance, no one can be motivated by work if he or she works full time without any break, or leave. Every worker should also know that despite the situation, they applied for the jobs themselves, and should therefore be patient until the management comes to their aid (Tench, Ver?i?, Zerfass, Moreno, Verhoeven, & Jugo, 2017, PG 130). However, the way the male worker treated Abigail is quite disgusting. Dressing down a lady without even any sense of humanity, and without caring whether she got injured or not is quite in human. This company should be investigated further, since it seems that there are other social evils which are being practiced. In addition, one could want to know the reason behind the stay of the workers, despite the mistreatment. No worker can be oppressed and still have the courage to move on. Workers gat desperate quickly and can leave anytime as long as they know that they can secure a job elsewhere. Therefore, there is a great problem with the company, and that is the aim of investigation.
3.0 The seriousness of the matter
The current staff’s situation is serious and should be changed. The staff is facing difficulties some are speaking out; where else others are showing through actions. Others have kept quiet about the whole thing, despite their knowledge that their rights were being exploited. Though their situation is tough, they are still moving on. This means that they are getting a better pay. However, some are complaining that they are being mistreated and considered childish. No one is respecting them, which includes limited freedom of speech. According to the Maslow hierarchy of needs, every worker is entitled to respect, good pay, freedom of speech, and should be involved in giving views, and suggestions. No worker should be oppressed or mistreated, no matter the amount the worker receives in a form of salary ore tip. The author of this hierarchy insists on the security of all workers. Workers are still human beings, and subjects to security, freedom, and decision making. They should therefore be honored, and the same will happen to the rest of the stakeholders. According to the Maslow hierarchy, workers are the key stakeholders in any organization, and the reason as to why there are other stakeholders at top. Assuming that there were no workers in organizations, and then there would be no managers, directors, and anything to do with employment today (Sorenson, 2017 NP). Therefore, since they are the backbones of all organizations, they should be listened, respected and treated well. Since no worker in an organization is under age, this means that all workers can make decisions on their own, and must therefore be left out to decide.
4.0 Ways of solving problems
In order to gain credibility to my team, I am going to carry out a thorough investigation, which will involve the filling of questionnaires. Each worker will fill a questionnaire which will contain the problems they face, the amount they receive as salary, the periods of time they work, and the mode of communication used towards them (Trevino & Nelson, 2016, NP). I will also interviews them one by one, and then be curious on the knowing the managers who push these stakeholders to the wall. By doing this, I will get sufficient information will help in cooling down the company. I will not sack any employee, but will instead increase their salaries willingly. I will deal with the ruthless managers who mistreated the workers by ensuring that they are either sacked or demoted. This will actually be a convincing factor to the employees that I will serve them willingly.
I will start buy setting new rules and regulations in the company. These are part and parcel of a company. These rules and regulations will be read out in a meeting where necessary changes will be made through suggestions from stakeholders. In addition, the rules will include one prominent rule that will silence anybody with bad intentions towards the prosperity of the company. I will motivate all team members by taking them for a trip, where they will at least relax. In addition, I will also call a motivational speaker who will handle the issue of staff mistreatment and the importance of having an ethical organization.
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