Number 2 (Ciafone, A., 2012)
What happened: misused of water, caused problems such as skin irritation and shortage of water to the residents, determined to garner global attention which resulted in the ending of contracts with coca cola in campuses ( united states, Canada, Ireland, the uk, Italy, and india), indian parliament prohibited the sale of soft drinks
What did they do: initiated water specific projects such as reducing and recycling water and such, but people were still skeptical about the sustainability of the pledge. In ...view middle of the document...
* In short, every new employee has a clear roadmap of what to learn, how, and from whom they can learn in order to be successful.
* Everyone is equally responsible for success: the peer coach supports the new employee; the manager assesses the training; and the employee owns the training.
* Throughout the year, managers continue to ride with employees and coach them in areas where they need additional development
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