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Case Study Analysis Help Wanted Can you imagine looking for a job in the classified ads and coming upon a help wanted ad that read like this HELP WANTED Busy grocery warehouse seeks well-organized person for multi-task position Position is temporary part-time work Candidate must be friendly reliable flexible and able to work shift work on an on-call basis Starting pay is 6 per hour we do not offer benefits and you will need to pay union dues Oh did I forget to mention you would also need to buy your own steel-toed work boots Serious Applicants Only Apply in-person at Blue Grocery Stores 8 West King Street Phoenix AZ 55034 Ask for Arthur Reed So when can you start No one in his or her right mind would accept a job under these terms The underlying problem here is obvious people do not want to work an un-flexible temporary part-time job with low wages no benefits and pay union dues on top of that Chances are you will never see an ad like this in your local newspaper But in reality this is what Blue Grocery Store and many other employers is asking from potential employees The reason is not because they do not care about the applicants but because they need temporary fill-ins while full-time employees are on vacation or sick How can you expect to get good help when you cannot offer anything in return In this paper I plan to answer that question and suggest ideas that may help solve the dilemma of filling employment during summer vacations and sick days and also maybe finding ways to entice people to seek temporary employment such as this Maybe the first thing we should try is to limit full-time employees from taking their vacations all at the same time By allowing only one employee off per week we would cut down on the number of fill-ins we would have to hire Employees
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