Essays on Employee-Employer Relationship Research Proposal

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It is important to note that the paper "Employee-Employer Relationship " is an outstanding example of a management research proposal. This research is based on research conducted globally and one that seeks to understand the employee-employer relationship and its direct effect on employee productivity. The research will cover several sections that will include: A focus on the background information, the introduction to the study in the form of objectives and the problem statement that led me into undertaking the research, a review of the literature, that is, the subjects relevant to this research such as employee productivity, employee-employer relationship and a general overview of the work environment of any given business organization, the research methodology and the data collection analysis as well as the conclusion of the given project.

This study was successful in trying to define the effectiveness of employee productivity based on the employee and employer relationship. Introduction It is the goal of every business organization to gain profit and have perpetual succession. An organization can be defined as a consciously coordinated social entity, with a relatively identifiable boundary, that functions on a relatively continuous basis to achieve a common goal or set goals and objectives.

The above definition can be broken down to give the components of any business organization which include the management which is represented by the consciously coordinated. It is the role of the management of the organization to offer sound leadership and guidance meant at steering the business organization to heights of success. To achieve set goals and objectives and this represents the employees of the particular business organization. Background Information The organization is more than a group of people but rather is a structure that has members interacting in a formal format.

The structure defines how tasks are allocated, who reports to whom, and formal coordinating mechanisms and interaction patterns that will be followed. The implication of this is that there will be top-level management, the medium level management and the employees in the structure all working in coordination to achieve set goals and objectives. Top-level management is also known as Strategic management and performs planning and strategy formulation for the business organization. It is concerned with the long-range planning of the business which will determine the future of the firm.

The next level of the management is the middle-level management which is also known as the tactical management which is tasked with the mandate of monitoring the extent to which the goals and objectives that were set by the top-level management are being achieved and the extent to which the policies and the decisions are being executed. The final level of management is known as the Operational level management which is concerned with the day to day running of the business organization.

It is mainly concerned with deadlines, cost and quality control among various things in the organization.

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