City Of Plantation Case Study

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Expanding the Concepts Introduction In an economically free society; such as the City of Plantation, the role of government is to create value for society by producing services that citizens or customers consider beneficial. When this is being done they would have used resources wisely, deliver services, make a profit, and societal well-being will be enhanced. However, cronyism or nepotism diverts resources from the needs of consumers and toward political purposes, oftentimes because of the absence of a strong union body. Nevertheless; Plantation has exemplified its success as a non-union city in a very clear way; for example, through training seminars, management engagement with employees, education and their open door policy that they claim…show more content…
This research topic will also give credence to this study and its findings; especially, when the City of Plantation, prides itself in having a strong Mayor, trustworthy council representatives, and great employee-management…show more content…
This qualitative research will concentrate on how this city with clear governance structures has not engaged in these practices and the long-term benefits it has on their employee’s moral. This study to address any inadequacies by developing a hypothesis in regards to the city of Plantation and its implementation in addressing these concern. The resulting action will provide a comprehensive plan, based on the qualitative research conducted through an extensive literature search, an examination of the city existing program, and a critical analysis of the information gathered. It will also examine the benefits and determine the extent to which these practices are being instituted in their workplace, and if it has a direct correlation to the absence of a union body. Finally, this research will recommend some procedures to be implemented, provide a forum for discussion in the city, and policies to promote educational benefits to the organizational. Other research questions that would consider relevant to this study would be: What are the negatives effects of a unionized city? Are their differences in performance of employees of a non-union and a union city? How interesting are job seekers willing to work for a union or non-union city? A hypothesis about the topic will be: Is the City of Plantation a positive
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