The paper "Management System for Employees at McDonald's" is a great example of a case study on management. The success of any organization is largely dependent on the manner in which employees are compensated. Proper compensation and reward strategies help to ensure that the employees are satisfied. This acts as a motivation point through which the business is able to provide different requirements that the employees are looking at. This report looks to evaluate the reward management system for employees at McDonald's. The report will look into the reward management system for employees who are paid staff of the management.
The report will work on different aspects and will look towards examining the present reward management system which is being used by McDonald's. This will be followed by matching the same with the fit that exists between the reward management system and the strategies which the organization has pursued. The report will then look to propose a reward management system for McDonald's which will help to improve the motivation level of employees and will act as a point through which better results can be achieved.
In the end, the report will present recommendations considering the present reward management system, the proposed reward management, and the match between the reward management system and the strategy which has been adopted by the organization. This will thereby ensure that McDonald's will be able to provide better services and will be able to ensure that the employees are properly compensated based on their contribution to the goals of the organization. Present Reward Management System The reward management system which is being presently adopted by McDonald's has been developed based on the needs of the organization in the country where they operate.
The business has looked at transforming the reward management system based on the country they perform so that the cultural aspects can be met but has not been achieved to a large degree. The reward management system looks at ensuring that the process looks towards finding out the individual performance based on different parameters. It is unclear whether the employees have full knowledge regarding the different parameters based on which their employee's performance is evaluated. The reward management system further ensures that a round table calibration is done but lacks the details which will help to improve the overall process and efficiency through which a better reward system can be developed.
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