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Ethan Allen Designers: Case Study on Employee Management
A case study on employee management for a designer company including problem analysis, solutions and recommendations.
# 6492 | 2,200 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Feb 08, 2003 in Business (Administration) , Business (Management)


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Description:

The case study examines the problems involving employees of a designer company. The business analyst defines the problems one by one and offers alternative solutions and recommendations.

From the Paper:

"The commission only system is one of the major problems effecting morale. One option is to pay a base salary instead. This would assist in communicating to employees that they are important to the organization. By improving morale, efficiency would be improved. The benefits of this solution is that morale would improve, costs to the organization would be fixed, employees would feel more secure and employee turnover would be reduced. The problems with this solution are that employees may not be as motivated to work as hard and that the organization will be paying employees more, even when there is not enough work for them."

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