The Tucson Group 's Expenses Essay

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The Tucson group’s expenses in quarter two came to a total of $302,000, bringing year-to-date expenses to a total of $456,177. This leaves Tucson with a remaining budget of $943,823. In the second quarter, Tucson made the decision to take a different approach to decision making. After spending most of the first quarter’s budget on benefits, Tucson quickly realized that this was not the wisest way to use resources. In the second quarter, Tucson allocated more funds to training and programs with the goal of increasing performance levels to achieve higher levels of success.
In the second quarter, Tucson maintained staffing levels by promoting all open positions available in levels two, three, four, and five. Tucson hired 49 new employees at level one positions and promoted twenty employees to levels two through five. As morale declined last quarter, it was important for Tucson to promote from within to show employees that they have the opportunity to be promoted. Because Tucson primarily focuses on offering employees sufficient benefits, training, and programs, the company did not offer employees wage increases and does not intend to in the upcoming quarters.
At Tucson, it is crucial that employees are offered practical benefits that will help support their morale and productivity. Although Tucson made the decision to refrain from providing additional vacation/personal/sick days to avoid a decline in productivity, Tucson decided to implement three significant benefits for…

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