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Organizational Theories and Issues of Employee Alienation

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Which organizational theory or theories can best be used to improve conditions regarding the issue of employee alienation?

What are some examples of how employee alienation is being handled within your own experiences or in your organization?

How might you handle employee alienation?

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Here is some information on the theory that companies that develop cultures and organizations promoting employee camaraderie and participation work best to improve the conditions regarding employee alienation. In successful companies, site-based management, where employees make gut decisions spontaneously and on their own when needed, is chosen over having to report to a chain of command which tries to 'micro-manage' all aspects of the work place and where every decision is nit-picked and reported beforehand. To improve workers' alienation, they need to be empowered and encouraged to make ...

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In approximately 400 words, this solution describes an organizational theory that could be used to improve issues of employee alienation. Real-life examples are also provided.

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