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Employee and Industrial Relations

In the session-long project, you will be asked to select a reference organization to use as a focus for your application of research ideas. This may be your choice of:

- Your current workplace
- A workplace with which you are not affiliated (now) but of which you have good knowledge (could be that of a friend or your Significant Other...)

For this group of 5 - Please use Wal-Mart, Target, Sears, or JCPenny's as the workplace (chose only one for all five assignments) - Thanks

Please note that you will not be asked to disclose any intimate or awkward material about any one you choose. Your confidentiality will be fully respected; no one but the instructor will see anything you write. If you have a non-traditional organization, you may need to be a bit creative in interpreting the assignments, but I think you'll find it's both stimulating and entertaining to try.

For the Module 4 component of the Project, please address the following question in a paper:

Analyze the relative strengths and weaknesses of employee and, where relevant, industrial relations in your organization. What can your organization do to improve such relations?

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Employee & Industrial Relations: Wal-Mart


The company selected for the analysis of the given problem is Wal-Mart. Wal-Mart is a global company which operates in almost all corners of the world. A large number of employees are employed in the company. The employees of the company are selected through various effective HR functions. They are given regular training and awarded with rewards and incentives to improve their productivity and performance. The employees of the company have different performance level (Wal-Mart, 2009). Though, the employees of the company have several strengths, but there are also some weaknesses in the employees. The strengths and weaknesses of the employees affect the industrial relations of the company in both positive and negative aspects.

Strengths & Weaknesses of the Employees

Wal-Mart employs both full-time and part-time employees. The employees of the company have varied strengths and weaknesses. They have various strengths. The employees are well-trained and experienced. They have good knowledge level and are efficient in their ...

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The Response Addresses the Queries Posted in 674 Words, APA