Ehrenreich’s Experience: Human Relations Issues

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The beginning:
Ehrenreich’s Experience: Human Relations Issues
Examine the human relations issues raised by
Ehrenreich’s
experience.
Ehrenreich’s
experience is the American Dream lived reverse by a woman who knows she doesn’t have to stay a laborer when she gets tired of being one. Of course the intent of
Ehrenreich’s
is a good one, but her inability to completely be reliant on her low paying jobs and the relationships she develops with what are her low income peers keeps her on the outside looking in at the world she is trying to learn about (
Ehrenreich
, 2002, pp. 9-14).
Ehrenreich
is attempting to do a Michael Moore by examining the exploitation of the working class in comparison to the life of the corporate executive. Some of the experiences she...
The end:
.....relations. Workers at all levels who are incompetent at practicing positively interpersonal skills are left behind in the work environment.
Ehrenreich’s
book explains that workers are commonly left behind because management is unable or unwilling to practice positively interpersonal skills. Every worker in an organization has the responsibility to meet the same challenge. The challenge is to seek good relations with others (Scott, 2001).
References
Ehrenreich
, B. Nickel and dimed: On (not) getting by in America.
New York: Henry Holt & Co., 2002.
Scott, J. (2001, September). Review of Nickel and dined: On (not) getting by in America. Humanist. Retrieved July 24, 2009, from http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1374/is_5_61/ai_78966516/