Interclean, Inc

InterClean-EnviroTech Merger

Managers Behavior


* Introduction
* Productivity
* Employment Laws
* Diversity
* Conclusion


InterClean is excited about gaining the service expertise from EnviroTech employees.   We believe the combination of their service expertise and our resources will be make it possible for us to reach our goal in providing a full spectrum of cleaning services and solutions that will become our major avenue of sales.

“To meet this challenge, our sales staff will undergo intensive training in the next few months.   It may be grueling at times, but we are confident that increased technical skills and expertise will pay off for everyone (University of Phoenix, 2005).”


“InterClean, Inc. has officially acquired EnviroTech, one of our major domestic competitors in the corporate market.   With this acquisition, InterClean has taken a giant step in achieving domestic market dominance in the sanitation industry.   More than that, the service expertise that comes with EnviroTech dovetails perfectly with our new strategic direction (University of Phoenix, 2005).

“Over the next four months, we will be working to merge about 60 EnviroTech sales staff and operations specialist into the InterClean structure (University of Phoenix, 2005).”


Managers are responsible for managing the resources of an organization in order that they may be used efficiently that is within budget and producing a good return on investment, and effectively, that is providing a good standard of service or product (Blyton and Jenkins 2007)

A managers behavior can greatly affect the productivity of his or her employees.   As we strive to increase our sales productivity we will expect managers to exhibit certain behaviors.


We expect managers to:

* Make themselves available to discuss all concerns from employees relating to work assignments, job performance, productivity, sales,...