Case Study Module 11

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Executive Summary
Bolts and Nuts Company was once a big company with a good market share. But when the government liberalized the company was unable to compete in the market. The real problem was old machines and therefore the company couldn’t produce products at lower costs. But the company thought the employees were underperforming and put pressure on them. There were poor industrial relations and ultimately employees took union actions and there was a employee crisis. Apart from that the environmental authority pressed the company to implement a new waste disposal system and since it was unbearable the organization had no choice and they had to shift the company. So basically these case discuses about a scenario where poor industrial relations can cause trouble for a company

Problem Statement
Concise- How poor industrial relationships can affect to a company?
* How should we treat employees when there is a problem going on? * What is the importance of identifying the real problem to a situation and what are the bad outcomes of handling it in a wrong way? * What is the role of Hr manager in resolving employee crisis? * Why it is important to follow government rules and regulations?

Bolts and Nuts Company faced problems mainly because they couldn’t stand against the competition with their competitors. They had a fair share of the market when the economy was closed and when the government liberalized the economy their market share began to drop. When the economy was not closed anymore lot of new companies came in to the scene with comparatively cheaper products. But the bolts and nuts company couldn’t provide products to that cheap price as they used old machines in the production process.
Another issue was that the company always considered employees less productive and therefore the idea was that the employees were not giving their…...

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