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The Marriott Corporation Human Resources Department (B): Strategies for the 1990s
Werhane, Patricia H.; Watson, Orson W.; Mead, Jenny Case E-0130 / Published October 7, 2001 / 11 pages.
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The Marriott Corporation, family owned and run, has always had a nonunion stance. Its "welfare-to-work" programs have angered unions but have also created a more reliable low-wage workforce. These cases (see also the A case, UVA-E-0129) deal with the company's efforts to reduce turnover in its low-wage positions (thus saving money), help those on welfare find employment, and maintain its traditionally high standards of operation.




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    The Marriott Corporation, family owned and run, has always had a nonunion stance. Its "welfare-to-work" programs have angered unions but have also created a more reliable low-wage workforce. These cases (see also the A case, UVA-E-0129) deal with the company's efforts to reduce turnover in its low-wage positions (thus saving money), help those on welfare find employment, and maintain its traditionally high standards of operation.

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