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Those individuals in
organizations who make decisions about the use of resources and who are
concerned with planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and
controlling the organization's activities to reach its objectives
The president and other top
executives of a business of business, such as the chief financial
officer (CEO), chief financial officer (CFO), and chief operations
officer (COO), who have overall responsibility for the organizations
aspects of Herzberg's theory of
motivation that focus on the work setting and not the content of the
work; these aspects include adequate wages, comfortable and safe working
conditions, fair company policies, and job security
Legally mandated plans that try
to increase job opportunities for minority groups by analyzing the
current pool of workers, identifying areas where women and minorities
are underrepresented, and establishing specific hiring and promotion
goals, with target dates, for addressing the discrepancy
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