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Hbo Case Study

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PR MOTORCYCLES: Till We Meet Again

Miss Amelia Rivera was a very effective training officer in one of the biggest appliance dealership in the Philippines. She was satisfied with her job not only because of the pay she receives monthly, but also because the top management recognizes her value to the organization. Every morning, when she arrives to report for work, everyone she meets greets her out of courtesy and in deference to her tank.
One day, while in a birthday party, she was introduced by her father to a long time friend, Mr. Pedro Reyes, who happens to be the ...view middle of the document...

Reyes. With a complementary staff of five subordinates, she proceeded to perform her new job with enthusiasm. Through written memos and personal calls, she laid out the HR policies to the twelve regional managers of the company.
Eleven of the regional managers religiously observed and implemented the HR policies, except Mr. Sotero Mantic who was assigned in northern Luzon.
On one particular weekend, the president called all the regional managers and Amelia to a meeting to discuss the company’s HR policies. Amelia was asked to make a report but before she could finish, one aspect of her report was criticized by Mr. Reyes. Amelia took the matter lightly, but as if on Mr. Reyes’ cue, Mr. Mantic began to show disrespectful behavior towards Amelia. This he did not even in front of other managers. One of the managers told Amelia that Mr. Mantic is a bright fellow but he is not a high performer, and he thinks highly of himself, and he feels he is indispensable to the company.
Mr. Reyes considers the regional managers as the workhorses of his company and so he provides them with all incentives, financial or otherwise that he can give them. Amelia believes that this is the main reason why Mr. Mantic behaves as he does.

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