Human Resource Essay

1426 Words Jun 20th, 2012 6 Pages
Human Resource School

Unit 7 Project

Organizational Development for Healthcare

Tatiana M. Owens

February 28, 2012

HA510-01

Carry DeAtley

It’s amazing how people are affected by many factors in the workplace. From management all the way down to self worth. Many times good employees leave companies due to feeling unworthy of the skills they present to the organization. In today’s economy it’s not easy to pick up and move to the next company this is also why there’s a lot of unhappy staff working in organizations just for a paycheck every two weeks. Adopting the human resource theory can definitely help hiring managers to hire the best candidates for the position. Personally I can
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“We are committed to provide our Employees a stable work environment with equal opportunity for learning and personal growth. Creativity and innovation are encouraged for improving the effectiveness of Southwest Airlines. Above all, Employees will be provided the same concern, respect, and caring attitude within the organization that they are expected to share externally with every Southwest Customer”. Southwest Airlines has been really successful with this approach they’ve been able to retain great employees throughout the years while extending exceptional service to Southwest Airlines customers. “The secret to its success, said Southwest chairman Herb Kelleher during a talk at Wharton April 22, is available for anyone, including its competitors, to see. It’s an obsession with keeping costs low and treating employees well and a commitment to managing the company during booms with an eye to the busts that will inevitably follow”. The key in this statement is “treating employees well”. Organizations need to realize that the face of their corporation is the employees they hire and if they’re unsatisfied or not challenged enough their motivation will begin to decrease drastically causing low productivity and poor service. “The tale points to the second reason why Kelleher believes his company has succeeded: its treatment of employees. “It’s sometimes been held out to be a conundrum in business

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