The manager can make reasonable arrangements like work shift for Roger so that the work schedule will not affect his family matters. Similarly the management can consider if it could find out a daycare center or a baby sitter for taking care of Roger’s son. Another alternative is that as the manager I can suggest Roger to transfer his child to another school near to the company so that Roger can pick his son to the school on his way to the company in every morning.Perhaps an easier way to solve the issue is to cut down Roger’s salary to a certain percentage that would compensate the late hours. It is an easy way to preserve organizational ethics and office discipline. Presumably such a decision from the part of the management will affect Roger’s morale as an ardent worker in the long run. Anyway, Roger must not be allowed to keep on his indiscipline as it is necessary to safeguard other employee’s morale and code of ethics.An individual effort is of little result in problems related to work stress if the company does not manage its work schedule in a proper way. From an employee’s perspective, it is better for an organization to initiate a board, consisting of members from both side that can easily identify and address the problems associated with work stress and other emotional barriers. The employees themselves cannot solve their work stress as their discretion is limited to various constrains. If the decision is solely left to the management, the judgment on such issues would always be aiming to preserve the employer’s interests; whereas, a mixed. An Individual Effort and Organizational Behavior.
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