Strategic Management of Recruiting
Lloyd C. Evangelista
January 09, 2012
Case study: The Case of the Simply satisfied Employee, Sharon B. Buchbinder (2011). pgs 379-381retrieved on Jan 02, 2012
This Case study entails a school counselor Bob Miller who feels overwhelmed with the
his busy work load and feels that the students and teachers love his work. Bob Burns is doing work
long hours and staying late to tend to every one of the needs in the student. Frank focusing on the position at task
but can be neglecting to generate reports and and taking part in school responsibilities required by
his work. He is being taught that he can being told that he will let go due to slice backs and budgets.
Votre and believes it is unfair that he can given brief notice and feels he doing his job and being cured
Is Joe right? Was he genuinely doing his job?
Though feels that just because he's doing the best he can by counseling the trouble kids the
reports towards the superiors could wait. This really is wrong pertaining to Bob to consider this mainly because without individuals
reports his the people this individual reports to will not in the event he is undertaking his task or just sitting down at his desk doing
nothing. Providing those studies was component to his task discription and is a valid reason to let him if
their very own will be minimize backs for the reason that dept.
Case study: The Brawler, Sharon W. Buchbinder and Dale Bachbinder (2011). Pgs 382-383 retreived on By, 02, 2012
This Case analyze discussing a hot warmed and consuming Dr . O'Conner who has stated never to
arrive to job under the influence. His coworkers plead to differ and also have brought the suspicion of
drinking at work to the interest of his immediate administrators. One night time the Doctor walked
throughout a wet floor mark by the custodian by a signal that the floor was just mopped. The custodion
exchanged words while using hot headed doctors as well as the doctor got a move at the costodian. The 2
started to fight inside the hospital.
What should the hospital do to cope with the good doctor? Who should handle this kind of?
Since the very good doctor have been reported to supervisors regarding the Doctors suspected consuming and
irate behavior at the job. The supervisor who understood about his suspected drink and habit will
need to confront the physician and recommend counseling and substance abuse treatment. If the
doctors condtion can be not dealt with then sufferers well being could possibly be at stake. This incident should
not be over viewed and should end up being addressed immediately so a few worse down the road.
Supervisors have a responsible to deal particularly if has been taken to prior to the mis
understanding coming from happening. It could possibly have been avoided if it was addressed or perhaps researched
additional when the Manager was informed about the physician.
Case study-Staffing At the River Oaks Commmunity Hospital: Measure Twice, Lower Once, Dawn M, Oetjen, Woddy D. Richardson, and Donna J. Slovesnsky (2011). Pgs 424-429 retrieved on Jan 2009, 2012
The case study covers a Ceo having a conference and is talking with ROCH going through a
drop in people in the 75 bed non-public for revenue healthcare facilty. Which has had a 40 percent
dropped in occupancy. The Ceo has mandated for all directors to generate cuts in all of the depts. In a
already short handed staff.
Discuss the CEOs decision to lay down of employees in light of the reduced census figures. Would be the
layoffs appropriate response? Ceo has the directly to make executive decisions to help make the
profitablitly of the facility. The decrease in occupancy based on the reports is usually not based upon
employees certainly not doing their particular job yet due
to circumstances past directors and employees control. I feel the layoffs are appropriate
response and may only make a quick resolve in the financial distress of the facility and these folks would
must be hired once again once guests is back towards the original. I really believe the focus must be on
the causes of the drop in guests and the Ceo and owners...
References: Buchbinder, S. N. & Shanks, N. H. (2011). В Introduction to health care management (2nd ed. ). В Sudbury, MA: В Jones and Bartlett Marketers. ID: В 12945693).