Discussion 1: "The Talent Pipeline" 1. Analyze how the talent pipeline offers the best candidates to organizations, and determine how to access the pipeline for your industry or profession. Also discuss if you foresee a need to change the pipeline to meet future needs of employers. If so, state those changes and your rationale
Determining who to hire based on varying cognitive ability, integrity, background, personal interview and drug testing results.
Staffing Organizations Heneman III, Herbert G., Judge, Timothy A., and Kammeyer-Mueller, John D., (2012). Staffing Organizations, Seventh Edition. Middleton, WI. Mendota House Inc., in collaboration with McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Choosing Entrants into a Management Training Program Come As You Are, a convenience store
Nairduwel, Inoalot, and Imslo (NII) is a law firm specializing in business law. Among other areas, it deals in equal employment opportunity law, business litigation, and workplace torts. The firm has more than 50 partners and approximately 120 employees. It does business in three states and has law offices in two major metrop
Read the case study "A Blogger in Their Midst." What is your general reaction to the case? What actions should leadership take? What actions should glove girl take? What lessons can be learned from the case? How can the concepts of the case be applied to current organizations? Is this a risk organizations face? Answer should be
In the Klingner textbook, Chapter 3 presents Table 3.2 which provides a paradigm on the shifting roles of the public sector system. Many of these shifts have strategic HRM implications. Could you assist me , analyzing three implications from the traditional shift to the 21st Century environment and explain why you selected these
My topic is gender and diversity in the workplace. What are the advantages and disadvantages? Any assistance will be appreciated.
Question 1 What are four identifying principles of Boulwarism? What are the reasons for its success and failures during the years from 1940 to 1970? Question 2 What are five methods to avoid a crisis situation in contract negotiations? Explain in what stage they are best utilized. Question 3 What are challenges that
- Discuss common biases in decision making. - Explain the roles of emotion and fairness in decision making. - Compare reflective and expedient decision making. focus on a decision and evaluate the decision you made using any two of the following biases: availability, heuristic, bias related to the representative heuristic,
This solution address the following case study questions: What are the main functions of Global Human Resource Management? Which function do you find most important? Why? What are your views on globalization? Globalization ensures an organization can manage its human resource functions worldwide. The most vital function
The case study question: What are the impact of declining resources for the Human Resource Management functions in government? This solution explains how government employment was once considered a "lifetime career" and now with declining resources (mainly revenue) - this is no longer a given. Lack of funding results in se
The case study scenario: Find a recent article on the Internet which discusses the challenges for HRM related issues in the public sector. Discuss the issues and potential impacts if not resolved. By June 2013, Washington state had not approved a budget. The discussions of how where to put money and what programs, along wi
I am studying recruitment of an employee and have decided to focus on hiring a Chief Operating Officer. Can you help me identify what environmental factors both internal and external that would impact the recruitment, selection and retention of the positon? Also how would I set the organization apart from others to attract the
I need help with the following research discussions in (not more than one page) 1. Paraphrase the concept of "social responsibility" from a peer reviewed reference. Cite the reference 2. What is the relationship between human resource management and social responsibility? 3. Describe at least one social responsibility
Dr. Geert Hofstede's cultural map helps to analyze the similarities and differences in work values and employee behavior in various countries. As a teacher, how do you think you should use Hofstede's findings at your workplace? Use the Internet to find real life examples of how different companies use Hofstede's findings. At
Jamal, age 52, is a manager for Triple W Company. His annual salary is $110,000 and he receives the following fringe benefits during the current year: - Triple W pays for all employees' health and accident insurance. Triple W pays $4,000 for Jamal's health insurance during the year. - Triple W provides Jamal with group-term
I need help with providing formulas for each of the four HR metrics listed. - The percentage of employees who "look forward to coming to work" everyday - Overall employee turnover - The dollar impact of employee turnover in key positions - Percentage of employees who report that they are satisfied with the learning and g
I need help with the following Conflict Management Approaches & Human Behaviors Part I - Background and Settings - A description of an organization with conflict - Description of the workplace or organizations' conflict issue - The underlying problem or difference - The parties or sides involved in the conflict - The s
- Locate a job description online for a Fortune 500 organization. The job description should include the following components: Position details Job duties Performance standards Job factors - Identify recruitment and selection methods that are consistent with the organization chosen. - Develop a concept map that summa
Everyone on a multi-cultural the team has to adjust their cultural expectations. We cannot dig our heels into our cultural framework and expect everyone else to come along. Write about 250 words, including 2 or 3 references, about the statements above.
Hello, Please help with an introduction only for this paper. Thanks. ----- Riordan Manufacturing Design an HR risk management strategy plan for your chosen virtual organization. Summarize the following in your plan: • Risk assessment and management program • Health and safety programs • Succession plan • Cr
For the first part of this assignment, compare and contrast the theoretical and practical differences between "formal research" and "business proposals". What are some commonalities? What are some differences? What are the capabilities of one in contrast with the capabilities of the other? "The Disconnect Between the Science a
For this activity you will conduct a library search for resources in your area of professional or research interest. Locate three peer-reviewed journal articles, one book chapter, and one scholarly resource (website or other resource). Then, prepare a brief paper on your library search and your results. First, fill out this char
1. What are the key facts and critical issues of that event and summarize them here as they relate to the past conduct of the organization. 2. Analyze American Red Cross's effort to improve relations with each of these stakeholder groups: employee, consumer, and community. 3. As a member of American Red Cross's top managem
The case study: An IT consulting organization will be expanding into the United Kingdom. A facility has been purchased in London and needs to be staffed with HR professionals in six months. The business plan is for 70 full-time IT professionals and 50 part-time IT professionals to have offices in the London facility within 2 ye
Once the training analysis is completed, the organization and employee development human resources specialist uses adult learning theories to turn the training needs into training materials, courses, and instructional design. Address the following elements of understanding the adult learning model: Explain the theories of
Consider the following scenario: I am an HR Recruiter with three years experience at a mid-sized company in the United States. The organization wants me to get certified in my field. Which of certifications would be the most appropriate, given my professional expertise, and why?
Please critique the following literature review, methodolgy and state key findings. The article can be found here: http://www.imaa-institute.org/docs/m%26a/towersperrin_04_why%20hr%20can%20make%20or%20break%20your%20M%26A.pdf
Please provide a literature review for the following article by critiquing the methodology and stating key findings. Björkman, I., & Søderberg, A. M. (2006). The HR function in large-scale mergers and acquisitions: the case study of Nordea. Personnel review, 35(6), 654-670.
Please write a response to the article below, looking at the methodology, gap and key conclusions within especially. Thank you. The article in question is entitled "Mergers and acquisitions as a human resource strategy: Evidence from US banking firms" and can be found in this online issue: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journa
Please critique the following article, and identify methodology, gap and key findings Reference: Antila, E. M., & Kakkonen, A. (2008). Factors affecting the role of HR managers in international mergers and acquisitions: A multiple case study. Personnel Review, 37(3), 280-299.