Corporate Communication: Fantasy Organization and Employee Satisfaction

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Essay #: 073210
Total text length is 10,311 characters (approximately 7.1 pages).

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Abstract
This paper is two assignments. The first assignment is explanation of communication within a fantasy organization. The fantasy organization is a daycare center that specializes in reading programs. There are also two memorandums as examples of employee communications, one announcing a merit pay system and the other announcing reductions in workforce. The second assignment is a review of employee satisfaction and how the organization tries to ensure that the employees are happy with their job.
Corporate Communication: Fantasy Organization and Employee Satisfaction
The size of the company being comparatively small with just twenty six full time employees allows for certain flexibility in communication, but the varying tasks and...
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.....the course of their destiny leads to lower job satisfaction (Johnson 2010, p.19). Everyone likes to feel important.
It is deeply ingrained in the company's philosophy that job satisfaction is what makes the organization special and contributes to a truly unique program. If employees feel that they are appreciated, treated fairly, and have a stake in the company then job satisfaction will naturally follow.
References
Herring, K. (2008). Management in Real Life: Top Communicators. Management Quarterly, 49(4), 28.
Johnson, P. (2010). Four Steps to Effective Collaboration. Young Adult Library Services, 9(1), 17-19.
Studer, Q. (2010). How Much Should You Tell Your Employees About the Financials? Business Journal (Central New York), 24(7), 7B-8B.