Org Psych- For Illusionist Only *Please* - 72800

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  • From: Psychology,
  • Due on: Tue 19 Aug, 2014 (12:07am)
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First, download and read the Sample Flextime Policy and Alternative Work Arrangments documents. You can also use the web to search for more information on Flextime policies among different organizations to support your discussion. After doing this, answer the following:

  • Just how flexible is flextime? Does it have any limitations? Discuss any limitations and why these would be important to the modern manager.
  • Although it is clearly in the employees' interest to have flextime, why is it important to employers? In short, why should they care?
  • Is there anything that you feel an organization should do after implementing a new flextime policy?

Second, visit http://www.pepsico.com's and http://www.cocacola.com's web sites for evidence of their corporate culture. Post your responses to the following questions:

  • What methods of embedding organizational culture are evident on thePepsiCola Web site? What are your impressions of the organizational culture of PepsiCo after visiting the Web site?
  • What methods of embedding organizational culture are evident on the Coca-Cola Company Web site? What are your impressions of the organizational culture at the Coca-Cola Company after visiting the Web site?
INSTRUCTOR NOTES

What are these 2 things? Are these just buzz words or real concrete business techniques?
How important are they in the workplace?
Do the benefit the employees or the employer or both?
Read these articles carefully and digest just what encompasses these 2 business practices.

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