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Pls rate my golden issue essay!!! [#permalink] New post 17 Jun 2011, 06:17
Corporations and other businesses should try to eliminate the many ranks and salary grades that classify employees according to their experience and expertise. A “ flat ” organizational structure is more likely to encourage collegiality and cooperation among employees.

Discuss the extent to which agree or disagree with opinion stated above. Support your views with reasons and / or examples from your own experience, observations, or reading.


Different people have different views due to their own respective angles. On the one hand, as is well known and has often been advocated Corporation and other business should try to eliminate many ranks and salary grades that classify employees according to their experience and expertise. Noting that a “flat” organization structure is more likely to encourage collegially and cooperation among employees.. On the other hand, others probably refute such idea. We do not have to look very far to see the valid standpoint of this matter. In the final analysis, I am prone to hold the position that corporations and other business shoudn’t try to eliminate the many ranks and salary grades. A “vertical” organization should be suggested. My conclusion which is based on the subsequent grounds and considerations.

One reason for my relief is that a “vertical” organization originates high productivity and yields huge profits and causes lively workplace. History has it that the global 500 listed companies’s organizations’ structures are all vertical and in their websites, many profiles and annual income lists of top executives and manging directors are totally reflected for admiraion. Those little corporations who want to grow bigger and stronger should follow this business strategy creates a more clear and fair ranks and salaries systems among their employees. Under this situation, it is sagacious that corporation and other business become successful eventually. It is wise to acknowledge that this idea, although suffer from some obvious drawbacks, nourish some merits primarily because the implicit rational behind the speaker’s assertion according with common sense and our everday experience as human beings, hence is fundamentally indisputable.

Another equivalently crucial ground that would have to be presented to develop my viewpoint is that eliminate ranks and salaries grades among employees will discourage employees’ willingness and confidence of fulfilling certain some tasks. For example, the personal value of employees will be decreased. The company’s environment will become more bureaucratic and political. People will be unwilling to help each other. Work become unchallenging. Companies become unprofitable and face many upcoming financial problems, etc. So, as far as I am concerned, Corporations and other businesses shouldn’t try to eliminate the many ranks and salary grades that classify employees according to their experience and expertise.

Thirdly, it is probably true that in certain conditions elimination of ranks and salary grades would promote some good results. Nonetheless, this alone does not produce a sufficient support to advocate that a “flat” organization structure is more likely to encourage collegiality and cooperation among employees. As a matter of fact, these cases are not common and hence too weak to boost this conclusion. When the advantage and disadvantage are carefully examined, more striking conclusion is obvious that corporation shouldn’t eliminate ranks and salary grade among employess because ambiguous corportaion sturctures are more likely to go bankrupcy, corporate managers may probably avoid responsibities heavy duties in every day work and talented employeed are wasted.

Consequently, if all the factors above are considered, we will find out that advantage of putting ranks and salaries as prior meansurement for judging employees’ value and company’s success outweigh eliminating those ranks and salaries grades among employees. Therefore from what we have discussed, we may safely come to conclusion that orporations and other businesses shouldn’t try to eliminate the many ranks and salary grades that classify employees according to their experience and expertise. A “ vertical ” organizational structure is more likely to encourage collegiality and cooperation among employees which is rather a wise decision.
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