human resources management school would best explain B u s i n e s s F i n a n c e
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My Father was working at a horses supply store and he was working 40 hours per week and he would get the minimum wage paid which was back then $12 an hour and he would sometimes work overtime on Sunday and he would always say that the managers for this store aren’t doing enough to guarantee the success for their store and the productivity of their employees. They didn’t have any type of products organizing at all; they would have everything stacked up with no labels or boxes to separate different items. My dad was always asking the managers to help him organize the mess they had at the store so that employees working there would be able to find the items for the online orders faster, but they never listed to anything he said. As a result of the general behavior of the managers employees became careless and some of them would spend a whole day to fulfil an online order and would waste their time until the day is over. A few months later the store revenues and sales were going down so the managers decided to have my father work on the idea that he proposed and he had the idea of categorizing all of the products in the store and place them in big boxes and label each of them as well as the shelves so they can complete online and instore orders in a more efficient and faster way; it was too late for them since their customers had lost their confidence in that store and stopped buying anything. The store had to lay off a great amount of their old and new employees and my father was one of them and he was so disappointed since he became unemployed for 2 moths straight after that. I would say that the Human Resources Management School would best explain my father’s situation with his former store job; this school of thought presents a different underlying cause of the labor problem: poor management and the resulting solution to the labor problem is better management, this school states that the interests of workers and the firm need to be aligned via better management and to create motivated and efficient workers, firms should design and implement better supervisory methods, selection procedures, training methods, compensation systems, and evaluation and promotion mechanisms.