Management and Human Resources Case Study by cee-cee

Management and Human Resources
An analysis of the Goldberg, Silverman, Weinstein, Kantor and Company Chartered Accountants' management and human resource (HR) issues.
# 107751 | 1,171 words | 2 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Sep 11, 2008 in Business (Companies) , Business (Management) , Business (Human Resources)

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The paper examines the Goldberg, Silverman, Weinstein, Kantor and Company Chartered Accountants and their weaknesses in the areas of management and human resources (HR). The paper discusses the need to transform their group into a team with a leader who is not only well-liked but also achieves management goals. The paper relates that the working conditions for general employees is not good enough and addresses several HR and management issues. The paper looks at the need for performance-based policies, an improvement in conflict management, a focus on diversity and the implementation of training and development programs and succession planning.

Analysis: Team or Group
Satisfaction & Dissatisfaction
HR Issues: Performance-based Policies
Conflict Management
Training & Succession Planning

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Pawlak, J. 2005, 'Make HR Department a Partner in Achieving Goals', Daily Herald, 12 Sept., p.2.
  • Lawler III, E. & Mohrman, S.2003,'HR as a Strategic Partner: What Does It Take to Make It Happen?', Human Resource Planning, Vol.26, No.3, p.15+.

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