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Recruiting and Selection: Positive Assessment Tools

List three positive assessment tools HR can use to identify seams between the organization and employee's values prior to employment. What is the importance of utilizing more than one pre-employment assessment and what are the rationales that HR can use to justify the expense of these tools? Requirement: At least two re

Priority Rules: Hi-Ho Yo-Yo, Inc.

Please help with determining the priority rules with the attached document: First Come/ First Served, Shortest Processing Time, Earliest Due Date, Critical Ratio, etc.

Supreme Court Case Decision - Equal Employment Opportunity

Discuss a Supreme Court case decision relating to equal employment opportunity and discuss how human resource management practices were/are impacted because of this decision. One interesting case is CHANEY v. PLAINFIELD HEALTHCARE CENTER, found at http://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=12175147218935997244&hl=en&as_sdt=

After visiting the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's

After visiting the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's Youth at Work website (http://youth.eeoc.gov), do you think this website would be easy for a teenager to use and understand? If you worked in human resource management for a restaurant or store that employs many teens, what are some suggestions for ways the Youth at Wo

Consider various visa regulations for hiring Temporary Workers in the U.S.

There are many visa categories, some of which permit work on a temporary basis for non-U.S. citizens. An effective human resource director knows which visas are most helpful in which situations and how readily available the visas are from various countries. Most multinational firms will have a relationship with a law firm that m

Cultural mistakes and cultural challenges faced by MNE's

Few jobs require the kind of cultural sensitivity as the job of the international trainer. Large numbers of American business people travel the world training business people in everything from management techniques and computers, to human resource management and ethics. But what works in the domestic training session may or may

human resource management may be affected by technologies

Battelle, located in Columbus, Ohio, serves industry and government in developing new technologies and products. For example, Battelle did pioneering work on optical digital recording technology leading to the compact disk. The "Top Ten Challenges and Opportunities by 2008" written by Battelle (below). Write a paper discussi

Types of Tests in Auditing Human Resources and Payroll Tests

Sam is a senior auditor on the integrated audit of the Patriots Dynasty Corporation and is in charge of designing tests for the ICFR and financial statement audits. You are the staff auditor on the engagement. Sam asks you to make a start on the audit program for the human resources and payroll tests. Required: Create a c

Research an article relating to the problems HR can encounter

Perform a search for articles relating to the problems HR can encounter because of the widespread use of social networking sites. Issues from selection, promotion, termination, privacy, etc. Read the article, and summarize the main points. After you summarize your article, please explain what you have learned or what the art

Market research and consumer

1. Describe a value proposition and provide an example. How important is value to the consumer? 2. How would you describe relationship marketing? Why are these relationships so important to successful marketing? 3. What are the similarities and differences between holistic marketing and integrated marketing communicati

Unions Demand for Recognition and Bargaining Rights

Read the Case below and answer the questions. Your response should cite references relied upon for your answers. All references should be cited according to APA guidelines, including the textbook. (Human Resource Management) John M. Ivancevich 11th ed 2010 Application Case 15-1 (Chapter 15 pp 503-505) The Union filed c

Corporate musical chairs: Who is going to be an expatriate?

Select any company from any nation which is operating in the international/global market. This company can be your current employer or any other organization that you are familar with. 1. Describe the company's policies in selecting expartiate workers. 2. Based on what you read in the current module, evaluate the policies

Human Resources: Comparison of Primary School and Aster Group

See attached files. There are seven case studies in the below two links identified of firms in the U.S., Ireland, Denmark and other locations. These organizations represent a mixture of large and small organizations, public and private, a variety of leadership styles and a variety of change approaches adopted. Look throu

Human Resources and Strategic Choices

Please help with the following problem. In order to implement a strategic choice, organizational structures, control systems, HR policies, culture. Use Wal-Mart and analyze how they implement the strategies they currently pursue. Choose one implementation tactic, identify whether it concerns structure, controls, HR, or cultu

Corporate Compliance Program

It has been said that health care organizations should adopt and implement an effective Corporate Compliance Program that covers their entire operation. For purposes of this essay, let us assume that you are the administrator of a health care organization. Based on the assigned readings and any experience you may have with such

Chap 14 - Whirlpool Corporation (Goldsmith)

Please prepare a response to the following: Discuss what factors emerged at Whirlpool that impacted its talent needs. Discuss how expanding globally changed the talent requirements at Whirlpool. Discuss how Whirlpool used its Leadership Model to manage its talent. Discuss how Whirlpool used metrics to

Human Resources: Min Wage, Exempt Employees & COLA

Maxim is a large, regional department store chain located on the West Coast. As the store manager of the Portland, Oregon, store, you are responsible for overseeing all operational aspects of the store, including making decisions about how employees will be paid. Maxim gives you a great deal of autonomy in deciding how to run th