Why has the use of "employee teams" been so controversial? What are the pros and cons?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 11:50 pm ad1c9bdddf
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//Before writing about the Advantages and disadvantages of having an 'Employee team', it is essential to have knowledge about the Employee Teams. One should know about the main composition and impact of employee teams on the environment, as well as, the Organization.//
Team is a small group of people. It has unique features. Team helps to enhance the performance of all the members. It improves the productivity, product quality and customer service. A team enables the members to avoid wasted effort, reduces errors and reacts to customer's need in a better way. The employee teams are controversial in the organization because they create disputes among the members (Luthans, 2005). By creating and developing own teams in organization, employees themselves create personal issues as well as organizational issues.
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Workforce Diversity: Ideas for dealing with biracial employees
As the manager of human resources (HR) in a medium-size company that is involved with several Affirmative Action initiatives, you have noticed that the racial makeup of your workforce has an increasing number of multiracial employees (or workers who are offspring of a biracial couple). You are preparing to meet with a supervisor who is seeking some advice from you. Knowing that different racial groups have different values and that his approach to employees of different races needs to differ because of these different values, he is asking you for advice on how to categorize (in his mind) biracial employees.
Discuss the following information:
The trend being seen in the general population in terms of people who could be characterized as biracial
Study the links listed and provide some advice to a supervisor of a department that consists of Caucasians, African-Americans, Hispanics, and a number of biracial employees. Specifically address how the supervisor should classify the biracial employee in terms of how the supervisor might treat the employee.
The Web sites are as follows: