Memo: Management Behavior
HRM/531 Human Capital Management
September 30, 2010
September 30, 2010
Memo To: Supervisory Team
Subject: Management Behavior
With InterClean undergoing new development and direction, I would like to make all managers aware that the company goal is to provide a wide range of cleaning services and solutions that will become our most productive avenue for sales. By now everyone should have read the memo from David Spencer outlining the acquisition of EnviroTech, and how they are one of the major domestic competitors in the market of the sanitation industry that will give InterClean a competitive edge in productivity and profitability. As managers we must embrace the idea of expanding the company domestically and internationally. The purpose of my memo is to discuss how your behavior as a manager can affect the productivity of each of your team members. Each one of you posses' excellent leadership skills and that is one of the reasons you are in a management positions.
Now it is time for you to put your management skills into action and determine the strengths and weakness of employees, and make every effort to appreciate what each member brings to InterClean. There is an issue with employee's morale being low, in order to combat this we as managers should implement an incentive plan that will reward employees and give them motivation that will positively affect our productivity.
I would like to address the matter of the numerous ways and reasons employers may violate the law, especially employment law. There are several that come to mind: wrongful termination, failure to pay overtime hours, workplace harassment and failure to pay bonuses and commissions up termination or voluntary leaving the company. I am sure everyone is aware there are numerous laws, state and federal which protect all employees' rights...