Create your own capstone project that you can study extensively that would turn you into an HR specialist. You've had extensive study in the field of HRM. (Imagine you are a student working towards a degree in HRM) 1) What is it that you would like to be able to claim to be "expert" at when you've completed your concentrati
I need help completing this project: 1) Do you believe employee elections regulated by the NLRB are successful? Why or why not? Please explain your answer. 2) Discuss the difference between an employer's support of and domination of a union. 3) Compare and contrast the factors that might contribute to employees' voting to d
Interview a relative or friend regarding their current development. The interview should: 1. Identify the current career development stage this person is in. 2. Identify a special career management challenge this person is facing. 3. Discuss how their current employer is helping them deal with this career management challenge
HRM 510 Business Employment Law Question: 1.) Can you give some specific examples of what should be included in policies related to alcohol and religion in the workplace?
I need hep with these questions: 1) Choose a training program from your organization, and evaluate whether or not it supports key organizational objectives. Provide support for your answer 2) What are some performance appraisal methods in your organization? Do you believe they are effective across organizational structures
I need some help in these two questions: - What two factors do you think are the most important for an organization to consider in deciding whether to outsource its entire training function? - Would the considerations be different if the organization wanted to outsource only one training program? Explain your answer. Re
According to one source, "In 2013 there were 14.5 million members in the U.S., compared with 17.7 million in 1983. In 2013, the percentage of workers belonging to a union in the United States (called total labor union "density") was 11.3%, compared to 20.1% in 1983." What should we make, if anything, of this trend?
Technology and social media (LMS, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.) are constantly changing, and it can be difficult for organizations to keep up and effectively use technology as a training tool. Choose one new piece of technology (within the last five years), and discuss the pros and cons of this technology as a learning tool. Give a s
It can be said that equal employment opportunity (EEO) is focused on ensuring that all employees are operating on a level playing field, while affirmative action (AA) is focused on creating an un-level playing field, thereby intentionally and proactively giving those employees that are members of underrepresented protective clas
HRM 510 Business Employment Law Discussion Question: "Grooming and Appearance" 1.) (a.) Ladies how do you define "grooming"? (b.) What make this special to one company over another? (c.) How do you explain this as part of your recruitment process? Please note this is not an assignment, just a discussion question
1) What are some practices in place that aim for diversity and employee retention? Identify a best practice that might be implemented to improve those areas. Explain why and how your organization would benefit from it. 2) How is organizational behavior linked to organizational effectiveness? What might managers do to ensure o
1.) In light of the ADA, how should employers deal with employees afflicted by alcoholism? How should employers deal with religious advocacy or proselytizing by employees? 1.) Would you advise employers with multi-lingual workforces to adopt English-only rules? Under what circumstances?
FILES ATTACHED Please read the Hydro-Quebec case: Dube, L., Bernier, C. and Roy, V. (2007) Information Resource Management At Hydro-Quebec. International Journal of Case Studies in Management. 5(2):September. HEC023. QUESTION Your answer to the following will be assessed: Describe the external factors and internal
There are four characteristics of right-to-work states; what are these characteristics and an example of each?
I need some help with these questions: 1.) Would you advise an employer that operates retail clothing stores to drug test? If so, under what circumstances? Using what procedures? What should be done regarding applicants or employees who test positive? 2.) Are workplace appearance and grooming policies necessary? If so, what
IWithholding Information a. Identify ethical systems that may guide the parties to a negotiation. b. Examine the substantive fairness of the negotiation. c. Examine the procedural fairness of the negotiation. d. Differentiate between concealment behaviors in negotiations that are ethical and those that are unethical amo
Having specific goals will give you a better opportunity to set a plan in action for achieving organizational success. Do you think that a organization effectively integrates HRP in order to meet long-term goals and objectives? What are some benefits and challenges in HR Planning? As a member of management or a future member of
Using Kotter's model, identify the three (3) most significant errors made out of IBM, McDonalds, Hewlett Packard and describe the ramifications of those mistakes.
1. Using Kotter's model, identify the three (3) most significant errors made out of IBM, McDonalds, Hewlett Packard and describe the ramifications of those mistakes. 2. Make at least one (1) recommendation for each company that would have improved the effectiveness of the change process and explain why that recommendation w
Using the Bureau of Labor Statistics website, research salary information for a Systems Analyst. Use information that is specific to Texas. Describe the current conditions that either positively or negatively impact that salary
Based on your case study, discuss selection testing by focusing on the advantages and disadvantages of using testing and specific techniques for ensuring the reliability and validity of selection testing devices. - Describe HR support positions. Discuss the support positions you have proposed for the HR department. Pres
If there are two applicants for an HR director position, and they are equally qualified, how would you decide whom to hire? Discuss EEO/AA regulations and issues of "good fit" in the overall organizational structure. Additionally, comment on the possibility that two candidates will be equally qualified. I need help with these qu
1) What are your thoughts on employees not receiving performance reviews or appraisals? Do you think by not having the performance reviews this can affect an employee's actual performance because he or she is never given an opportunity to discuss their strengths and weaknesses? From an HR perspective, do you think that an employ
1) Why are performance appraisals important for employee and organizational success? What method of performance appraisal does a organization use? In your opinion, what are the two most effective appraisal methods and why 2) Discuss the importance of an organizational reward system. Describe the organizational rewards system
Patagonia: Turning a Profit without Losing Your Soul Yvon Chouinard wanted to be a fur trapper when he grew up. Instead he founded Patagonia, a clothing and outdoor gear company that revolutionized the climbing industry while pioneering corporate consciousness and sustainability. Putting the Earth first, questioning growth, ign
Consider the mission and vision statements for Harley-Davidson (http://www.harley-davidson.com/en_US/Content/Pages/Company/company.html) we fulfill dreams through the experience of motorcycling, by providing to motorcyclists and to the general public an expanding line of motorcycles and branded products and services in selected
Do you find mentoring programs effective? Are there any benefits or challenges to mentoring, if so what are they? What challenges and positive effects do you think diversity brings to an organization? From an HR perspective, how does diversity impact an work environment?
Another important aspect to finding the best person to hire is pre-hire assessments. After reading— Fisher, D. R., and Nobile, R. J. Employee selection: Best practices for reducing legal risk in pre-hire assessments. WorkLab Consulting, retrieved August 19, 2011, from http://podiaconsulting.com/pdfs/legal_selection_pape
Regarding the attached article: 1. Do you think there will ever be equal employment in the workforce? 2. Do you think there is a correlation between how women are treated in society and how women are treated in the workforce? 4. What recommendations do you have for women in the workforce? 5. Do you think there will be a ne
Describe how you would set up a Human Resource Department for a lawn service.
What is organizational development and why is it important? How is management development connected to organizational development? What are three organizational development strategies that you would recommend within an organization? There are four levels of analysis for determining the needs that training can fulfill (Byars &