October 5, 2015
The purposes of this paper to describe what I believe are important elements of organizational behavior and how these elements can challenge the effectiveness of a private security agency. “Organizational Behavior is the study and application of knowledge about how people, individuals, and group act in organizations. It does this by taking a system approach. That is it interprets people – organization relationships in terms of the whole person, whole organization, and whole social system. Its purpose is to build better relationships by achieving human objectives, organizational objectives, and social ...view middle of the document...
In every company there going to be a diversity with people when working together because of different background and cultural values. Another thing to keep in mind when working with different people is everyone has his or her own personalities, point of view, and what work for one may not work for the other person. One person can work hard, persistence, and strict with his or her job duties as for other he or she may not be as serious with his or her part in the company. These factors should not affect the way employee`s environmental workplace. He or she should be able to comply with his or her job duties with effectiveness and efficiently.
There is a variety of challenges private security agency face in his or her company. The managers need to step in to be persistence and reduce employee turnover rate. Some employees may not want stay in the company when manager change their policy or the way he or she act toward the problem the company face with employees behavior. Some manager need to be carefully because he or she does not want to lose employees because of the turnover of the organization. Other challenges are the benefit private security managers retrieve from employee`s motivation of the organization, better growth, job performance, job satisfaction, self - actualization, performance of organization, less absenteeism, turnover, grievance, human resources for society, society trust, and perform his or her job duties without and behavior...