Utiliscan Case Study

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Case Analysis 2
Webster University

Abstract
Paul, the former Director of Human Resources at the Utiliscan Company conducted an employee survey prior to leaving the organization. Based on the survey results, the Utiliscan Company is currently faced with determining approaches to resolve the employee’s concerns. When developing the plans to address the issues, the current financial condition of the company has to be considered.

Based on the results from the survey, and keeping in mind Utiliscan budget restraints the less expensive issue that can be addressed first is the
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The rotations could also be a stepping stone to promotions. The employees with a broader background will be on management’s radar when promotional positions become available. Another approach to the issue “few if any opportunities to improve their skills” is to offer the employees external and internal training classes. Financially it would be more feasible to conduct the training classes internal. The classes can be based on latest techniques to help the employees with their efficiency and productivity. The classes can be offered on quarterly basis with a different subject for each quarter’s class. Employee’s suggestions are welcomed so the company can offer the employees the opportunities to improve their skills. When the company has a better financial condition, a tuition reimbursement program can be established. The employees will receive assistance to attend school to gain further knowledge to improve their skill and add value to the company. The safety concerns can be resolved through companywide mandatory safety training. There were only about half of the employees whom felt safe and to increase the percentage safety has to be a top priority of the company. Once the safety training is conducted annually, management can encourage the employees to comply with the safety guidelines. Utilizing a recognition program can encourage positive safety habits. At staff meetings, the employees that have

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