Job descriptions can be minimalistic, with the majority of responsibilities defined by your supervisor's category. Descriptions can also be extremely detailed, with every nuance of the job in writing. What are the benefits, challenges, and legal implications of each strategy? Explain which approach you would use as an HR manag
Using the U.S. Department of Interior's Human Capital Management Mission, identify and explain two challenges and their resolutions that are noted as critical leverage for achieving their strategic goals.
Part 1 When we bring people of diverse cultures and backgrounds together into the workplace, there are numerous opportunities for conflict to occur. To focus your discussion we will look at two different types of ways people differ from other people--one with little to no protected by law, and one that has protections. No prote
Why must the recruitment planning and strategy development phases be completed to effectively develop recruitment tools? What are three recruitment sources used by organizations to search for applicants? Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each source you selected.
What are the five major federal Equal Employment Opportunity or Affirmative Action laws? How do these laws govern the employment relationship? Why is it important for employers and employees to be protected from laws and regulations?
1. Difference between price and cost analysis. 2. Three sources of cost data 3. What is the basics of FFP, FFPEA, FPR. CPIF. CPFF., CPAF contacts. 4. Circumstances requiring negotiaton instead of competitive bidding. 5. What are the four phases of face to face negotiation 6. Perceived impropriety 7. What are the func
1. What s strategic human resource management? 2. What are the key objectives of Human Resource Planning? 3. Describe the two major models of strategy for strategic management discussed in the text. Compare and contrast the models 4. Describe how human resource planning (HRP) is integrated with strategic planning.
Imagine you have been hired to head the HR department for a young travel agency with 150 employees. The agency's previous HR head quit after only one year. After working there for a month, you realize why the previous person quit. The HR department does not have a clear mission and function. Also, the agency is growing and wants
Five questions on legal implications on HR. Just a few sentences for each question. 1. From what you have read, do the employment laws affecting the private sector work as they are designed to in the U.S.? Have they worked in the past? Do they need to be revised in light of new topics related to employment? Please defend you
Describe in general the data inputs and outputs of the existing system and identify goals and objectives of the new system. - What are the current information needs? - What must the new system do? - What changes are suggested for the new system? Use attached on Riordan Manufacturing
1. What are the benefits of a new HRIS? What are the costs associated with it? Consider both tangible and non-tangible benefits and costs in your answer. 2. Why is it important to estimate the benefits of a new HRIS before you estimate the costs? If the costs were estimated first, how might this change the analysis? Use examp
For this project the CEO has asked HR to review some of the company policies. I have chosen to do my paper on gender bias in the workplace and the policy I am recommending is the Anti-discrimination policy. The paper need to address how the Anti-discrimination policy supports the business ethics policies and standards with
Provide practical recommendations for human resources managers who want to successfully function in a global company that operates in several countries (China and The United States). For example, you may build a visual model or adapt an appropriate model offered by other writers for successful compensation, expatriate training,
Consider a circumstance where your organization is doing exit interviews and has promised confidentiality to all who respond. You are responsible for conducting the exit interviews. Your supervisor has asked you to give her the name of each respondent so she can assess the information in conjunction with the person's supervisor.
HRM Incident 2: Break down the Barrier: Yesterday Bill Brown was offered a job as an operator trainee with GEM Manufacturing. He had recently graduated from Milford High School in a small town in the Midwest. Bill had no college aspirations, so on graduation he moved to Chicago to look for a job. Bill's immediate
HRM Incident 1: You Are out of What? Marcus Ned eagerly drove his new company pickup onto the construction site. He had just been assigned by his employer, Kelso Construction Company, to supervise a crew of 16 equipment operators, oilers, and mechanics. This was the first unionized crew Marcus had supervised, and he was unawa
How would you react to a CEO's statement that, on moral grounds, she had decided to let the workers in her chemical plant decide for themselves (1) Whether or not to work overtime in the more dangerous parts of the enterprise and, separately, (2) Whether or not to wear protective equipment? Explain and defend your posi
Please feedback about this post, your own opinion or if need something to said about it, you agree or disagree with this opinion and why? 1-One concern about executive pay today is that employees and the public believe that company executives get paid way too much and are offered too much incentives while the other employees
On the surface there seems to be a tension between appeals to autonomy in defense of freedom of speech and expression and appeals to autonomy in order to justify restrictions on freedom of speech and expression which may result in sexual harassment. Is there a conflict between freedom of speech and expression? Can the conflict
Does union membership always put you at odds with management? How has Union-Management relations been improved? Or, have they?
1-In 2008, Pratt estimated that executives received more than 360 times the pay of the average worker (as cited in Milkovich, Newman, & Gerhart, 2011). What are the components of executive compensation? Why is there concern about executive pay today? I'm sure you've heard President Obama's stance on this subject. I look forward
Please help get a head-start on writing these topics. 1. Incident Response Plans 2. Disaster Recover Plans 3. Business Continuity Plans 4. Explain Risk Management with key terms.
What are the implications for HR departments in managing the employer-employee relationship in the context of the Civil Rights Acts of 1964.
A comprehensive evaluation of a person's performance should take into account the feedback from subordinates. This policy is not uncommon in academic institutions in which students evaluate or provide feedback about teachers. Examine the merits and weaknesses of this policy for a large business organization. Cite all sources.
Introduction: You are recently appointed as records manager for a chemical plant. After two days of your joining, a major accident in the plant results in the death of an employee and injury to several other employees. As required by law, your task is to provide the requested employment information to the government agencies, s
I need help with this assignment: Complete an Annotated Bibliography of five articles that discuss employee hiring and training. Include in your answer a brief description of each learning style. For instructions and examples of an Annotated Bibliography go to: http://www.library.cornell.edu/olinuris/ref/research/skill2
HR management; Pay For Performance Approach and Rating Performance Effectively. Does your organization have one? Why or Why not? How does your organization rate performance?
My Organization is Buckingham Adult Medical Day Care Center in New Jersey Pay-For-Performance Approaches: 1-Does your organization have a pay-for-performance system? If so, describe how it works. If your organization does not, discuss the type of plan they do have and whether or not you think they should have a pay-for-perform
An organization has a staffing strategy in which it over hires by 10% the number of employees it will actually need in any job category in order to ensure it meets its hiring needs. It reasons that some of the new hires will renege on the accepted offer and that the organization can renege on some of its offers if need be, to en
o The process for turning a job analysis into a position description o The legal requirements for position descriptions o Elements of a complete position description o An explanation of how position descriptions are used to recruit, select, and manage employee performance o A final position description for the administrative
What are two examples of conditions related directly to employee fraud?