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Transactional vs. Commitment Model Management Approaches

What are the major differences between the management approaches of commitment to the workforce versus viewing labor as cheap and replaceable?

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The major differences between the management approaches of commitment to the workforce versus viewing labor as cheap and replaceable are the following:

The transactional approach is short term, and focuses on worker compliance. The controls used are external (management uses tactics to control labor based on rules and regulations). There is low trust between employees and management. The management structure is centralized, more formal, and bureaucratic. Tasks are divided by specialty and a focus is on cost.
Transactional managers try to ...

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This solution explains the major differences between the management approaches of commitment to the workforce versus viewing labor as cheap and replaceable. Includes APA formatted reference.

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