Title: banking on diversity
|Date:||October 6, 2014|
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It was difficult to believe an employee could write
about Security First Bank, "I hate this place. I wish to God that I could
win the lottery and walk away from this "hell hole."
But someone had. The evidence was staring her in the face in the text
of this preliminary report on communication in the organization...
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The existence of problems with the working relationships of
the nonexempt workers, as well as their reactions to management, was a
shock to the system.
It was clear that Susan's previous efforts at improving morale and team
building in the operations group (OG) of Security First Bank were not
as successful as she had expected...
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