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the collaborative mindset managing relationships between employee and organization

The Collaborative Mindset:Managing Relationships between Employee and Organization

OS608

November 15, 2006

Fisher

agenda
Agenda
  • Feedback summary
  • What does it mean for employees to be loyal to their employers?
  • Where is the value to employers?
  • How can employers build loyalty?
feedback summary
Feedback summary
  • Additional methods of discussion
    • More in-class writing
    • Small group discussions
  • Want to hear from different people in the class
  • Where is all of this heading? What should I be learning?
opening questions
Opening questions
  • What do employees owe their employers?
  • What do companies owe their employees?
relationship between employee and organization
Relationship between employee and organization
  • Relationship has been shifting over the past 20 years or so
  • Non-standard employment becoming more common (BLS, 2005)
    • 2-4% of workers are contingent
    • 10.3 million independent contractors (7.4%)
    • 1.2 million temps
  • “Protean career”
  • Relationships between organizations also becoming more important
psychological contracts
Psychological Contracts
  • Do you feel you have a psychological contract with Clarkson?
    • Type?
    • Content?
  • How do psych contracts change over time?
    • Perceptions of fairness
    • Related outcomes
  • Does this concept affect your approach to the job interview process? How?
loyalty
Loyalty
  • Forms of organizational commitment
    • Affective
    • Normative
    • Continuance
  • Commitment to multiple entities
  • Organizational citizenship
fortune 100 best companies to work for criteria
Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For: Criteria
  • Fortune’s evaluation of each company’s demographic makeup, pay and benefits programs, etc.
    • Credibility (communication to employees),
    • Respect (opportunities and benefits),
    • Fairness (compensation, diversity), and
    • Pride/camaraderie (philanthropy, celebrations).
  • Employee responses to a 57-question survey from the Great Place to Work Institute.
    • Minimum of 350 randomly selected employees from each company
    • Attitudes toward management, job satisfaction, and camaraderie.
2005 winner wegman s
2005 Winner: Wegman’s
  • 2004 sales of $3.4 billion; 67 stores in NY, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Virginia
  • Operating margins about 7.5%, double what the big four grocers earn and higher even than Whole Foods.
  • Labor costs run between 15% and 17% of sales, compared with 12% for most supermarkets.
  • Annual turnover rate for full-time employees is just 6% vs. 19% for other grocery chains

Source: Boyle, M. (Jan 24, 2005). The Wegman’s Way. Fortune.

2006 winner genentech
2006 Winner: Genentech
  • Small biotech firm based near San Francisco
  • Slogan: In Business for Life – passion for lifesaving technology is what attracts people
  • 2005 revenues of $6.6 billion; 50% of revenues go back into research
  • Annual turnover rate for full-time employees is 5%
  • For 1,364 new jobs in 2005, they had 246,000 applicants

Source: Morris, B. (Jan 20, 2006). Genentech: The best place to work now. Fortune.

how to develop loyalty in employees
How to develop loyalty in employees?
  • Interesting work
  • Innovative benefits that would be hard to give up
  • Potential for advancement
  • Make it fun!
  • Positive work environment
  • Fair treatment
  • Upholding commitments to employees
lab 3
Lab #3
  • Tuesday, November 28
  • Role play of performance feedback meeting
  • You will be assigned
    • Role (supervisor or subordinate)
    • Role play partner
    • Role play time (1/2 hour between 2:30 and 5:30)
  • Paper evaluating the experience due on Monday, Dec. 4
for monday
For Monday
  • Read Latham, Almost, Mann & Moore and Jackman & Strober (2003) articles
    • How do performance management and relationship management affect one another?
    • Start thinking about how you will use these concepts in the role play.