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REPORT ON COMPLAINTS ABOUT
TERMS OF REFERENCE
To report the unrest amongst factory workers and make recommendations, as requested by Mr. K Kong, Works Manager, on November 24, 2006.
1. The three supervisors were interviewed.
2. A meeting was held with all factory workers to hear grievances.
3. 6 workers, selected at random, were interviewed personally.
1 SUPERVISOR’S INTERVIEW
1.1 The company’s rates of pay compare favourably with those paid to apprentices
at other companies in this area. Grievances might stop if our staff are made
aware of this.
1.2 Supervisors reported that many staff was generally un-cooperative and not
working to their usual standards.
1 Safety regulations were being ignored by some members of staff. Protective guards
had been removed from many machines.
2 A table showing rates of pay at this company and at other companies is attached.
3 Rules laid down in the company handbook were being contravened, with some
workers leaving machines dirty after use.
4 A widespread unrest was noted in view of what is considered to be low rates of pay.
5 Removal of safety guards from machines is an offence against the Factories Act.
6 Supervisors are not enforcing compliance with rules laid down in the company
1 The human resource manager should hold a meeting of all workers and explain the
findings of this report.
2 Supervisors should be reminded of the importance of ensuring that all staff complies
with the company’s rules and safety regulations.
3 A training scheme should be complied that will ensure balanced experience in all
areas of the factory as well as adequate supervision.
Gly Griffs Marketing Company
Report on Gly Griffs Recruitment Fair
The purpose of this report is to see how the recruitment fair went and to see whether there are anything they can improve in the future. This recruitment took place on 27th January 2012 at the Gly Griffs’ headquarters. This report was requested by Glen Canterbum, Personal Manager.
Seven thousand people attended.
30% was graduates, 50% come along out of curiousity and 20% was employed and wanted to learn about their competitors.
Graduates was high calibers and Gly Griffs...