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Jack and Eric are both hourly employees in the finishing department. They work under Phil, the first shift finishing foreman. Steve is the second shift foreman. Jack constantly complains that Eric is trying to get him to quit so that Eric's friend can be employed in Jack's job. He says Eric has bullied and harassed him. Jack thinks it is because he helped in union organizing activities last year (Eric is anti-union). Jack says that Eric complains about anything that he does and constantly badgers him to quit. Jack alleges that Eric deliberately does not pass on crucial information about day-to-day work, which then creates the impression that he is underperforming in his role. He (Jack) has raised concerns about this treatment from Eric on many occasions with Phil, his foreman, who had simply told him to deal with the matter himself. Jack says he is stressed out and alleges that things came to a head when Eric had spent the whole day picking on him and he openly cried. Eric repeatedly told him that he is not wanted on the finishing team and should quit. Jack cannot afford to be without a job and does not see why he should be forced out. He goes home and decides that he is too upset to go to work the following day and calls in the same day. He tells the next shift's foreman, Steve, that he is too stressed to go to work the next day because he would be picked on. Steve says he is aware of what has been alleged and thought it had been dealt with by Phil months ago. He advised Jack that he should not go to work the next day and that he (Steve) would speak to Phil. Jack does as he has been instructed, and missed the next day of work. When he returned the following day Phil called him into the office to ask why he was not at work and why he had not called in to speak to him directly to report his absence. Jack is told that because he has not complied with the call-in policy he would get a ding on his attendance record. He explained that he called and talked to Steve who was aware of what had happened and had advised him not to go into work that next day. Phil laughs and tells Jack that the department had bets on whether he would be at work the day after he had been crying and that because of his failure to attend, Phil and Steve had each won $50. Jack tells Phil that he is going to file a grievance with the union because he does not think the way he has been treated is right. Phil tells Jack that if he files a grievance he will be fired for insubordination. Instead, he should just knuckle down and do his work. Phil thinks that Jack is the problem, not anyone else. Jack is very upset and decides that enough is enough. He files a formal grievance with the union about this situation. Question: What do you think will happen next? Why? Discuss the important steps that might take place to resolve this issue. If you were the HR manager in this plant, what would you do to get to the root of the issue? Why? Please upload your paper to CourseNet. Paper length: 2-3 pages, not counting cover and reference pages. Assignment Expectations: Apply HRM terminology, HRM background readings, research, and business examples of HRM policies, practices, and procedures. Bring in other private-sector employers' HRM activities, systems, practices and procedures as examples that fit into your assignment discussion. Include the employers names. Your paper should demonstrate critical thinking and analysis of the relevant issues and HRM actions, drawing upon your background reading and research. Complement your Internet searching with library searches and be sure to bring in information from the background readings. Information Literacy: Evaluate resources and select only library/web-based resources that provide reliable, substantiated information. Give authors credit for their work. Cite sources of borrowed information in the body of your text as footnotes, numbered end notes or APA style of referencing. Prepare a paper that is professionally presented (including a cover page, a "List of References," headings/subheadings, and a strong introduction and conclusion). Proofread carefully for grammar, spelling and word-usage errors.

Jack and Eric are both hourly employees in the finishing department. They work under Phil, the first shift finishing foreman. Steve is the second shift foreman.
Jack constantly complains that Eric is trying to get him to quit so that Eric’s friend can be employed in Jack’s job. He says Eric has bullied and harassed him. Jack thinks it is because he helped in union organizing activities last year (Eric is anti-union).
Jack says that Eric complains about anything that he does and constantly badgers him to quit. Jack alleges that Eric deliberately does not pass on crucial information about day-to-day work, which then creates the impression that he is underperforming in his role.
He (Jack) has raised concerns about this treatment from Eric on many occasions with Phil, his foreman, who had simply told him to deal with the matter himself.
Jack says he is stressed out and alleges that things came to a head when Eric had spent the whole day picking on him and he openly cried. Eric repeatedly told him that he is not wanted on the finishing team and should quit.
Jack cannot afford to be without a job and does not see why he should be forced out. He goes home and decides that he is too upset to go to work the following day and calls in the same day. He tells the next shift’s foreman, Steve, that he is too stressed to go to work the next day because he would be picked on.
Steve says he is aware of what has been alleged and thought it had been dealt with by Phil months ago. He advised Jack that he should not go to work the next day and that he (Steve) would speak to Phil.
Jack does as he has been instructed, and missed the next day of work. When he returned the following day Phil called him into the office to ask why he was not at work and why he had not called in to speak to him directly to report his absence.
Jack is told that because he has not complied with the call-in policy he would get a ding on his attendance record. He explained that he called and talked to Steve who was aware of what had happened and had advised him not to go into work that next day.
Phil laughs and tells Jack that the department had bets on whether he would be at work the day after he had been crying and that because of his failure to attend, Phil and Steve had each won $50.
Jack tells Phil that he is going to file a grievance with the union because he does not think the way he has been treated is right.
Phil tells Jack that if he files a grievance he will be fired for insubordination. Instead, he should just knuckle down and do his work.
Phil thinks that Jack is the problem, not anyone else.
Jack is very upset and decides that enough is enough. He files a formal grievance with the union about this situation.
Question:
What do you think will happen next? Why? Discuss the important steps that might take place to resolve this issue. If you were the HR manager in this plant, what would you do to get to the root of the issue? Why?
Please upload your paper to CourseNet. Paper length: 2-3 pages, not counting cover and reference pages.
Assignment Expectations:
Apply HRM terminology, HRM background readings, research, and business examples of HRM policies, practices, and procedures. Bring in other private-sector employers’ HRM activities, systems, practices and procedures as examples that fit into your assignment discussion. Include the employers names.
Your paper should demonstrate critical thinking and analysis of the relevant issues and HRM actions, drawing upon your background reading and research.
Complement your Internet searching with library searches and be sure to bring in information from the background readings.
Information Literacy: Evaluate resources and select only library/web-based resources that provide reliable, substantiated information.
Give authors credit for their work. Cite sources of borrowed information in the body of your text as footnotes, numbered end notes or APA style of referencing.
Prepare a paper that is professionally presented (including a cover page, a “List of References,” headings/subheadings, and a strong introduction and conclusion). Proofread carefully for grammar, spelling and word-usage errors.

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