Assess the concept of market competitiveness in relation to an organization's pay system, particularly when it is unable to offer its employees market competitive salaries because of a lack of financial resources. Propose alternative approaches for organizations which have limited financial resources and outline at least three s
1. What special measures might be necessary for a successful diversity-oriented recruiting effort? 2. Discuss the conditions under which realistic job previews are and are not appropriate. 3. Why are reliability and validity key considerations for all assessment methods?
Part I Details: when you meet with your consulting partners, you want to evaluate the following issues: How much longer should you stay as primary consultant? You feel your effectiveness is waning because you have become too close to the group and have not addressed the connection of the board to the president. The team is
Explain how technology has changed training? What are the benefits technologies bring to a training department? What are the challenges?
1. Identify four to six communication problems that occur in organizations, with brief examples drawn from the student's organization. 2. Identify four to six possible solutions or principles that leaders should use to stimulate effective communication in organizations. 3. Justified answers with logical rationale, pe
Discuss: Employment at Will, Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Immigration Reform and Control Act, Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act . Look over the laws and determine which of the major HRM functions might be affected by each. How are they affected? Provide speci
First Part of Discussion: Benefits Communication 1-Does your current (or previous) organization have a strategy in place to communicate its benefits plan to employees? 2-If so, how effective is it, and what can be done to improve it? 3-If not, what are your thoughts on putting a benefits communication plan in place?
Review Case Study 11-3, "Team-Based Rewards for the State of Georgia", on page 285â?"286 of the text. Identify and evaluate the aspects of the reward system described for both positive and negative aspects.
Visualize yourself in a full-time professional job working for a company that believed strongly in mentoring. Explain whether you would prefer a mentor for yourself, or be assigned a mentor by the company. What are some traits you would look for in a mentor?
1. What can companies do to ensure internal, external, and individual equity for all employees? 2. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of competency or skill-based pay systems. 3. In terms of the "attract-retain-motivate" philosophy, how do benefits affect employee behavior?
What is the difference between internal and external learning conditions? Which do you feel is more important for success? Why? Can you give an example of internal and external learning conditions in training that you have taken?
What are the general goals of an organization's compensation system? Discuss how a compensation strategy works to support the organization's business strategy.
Describe three ways to manage resources in integrated project management. Comment on the importance of the project management system in the process of assigning resources to a particular project or task, and how the attributes of a project team are important in these assignments.
Discussion #1 I-Some employers combine all paid time off, such as vacation, sick leave, holidays, and personal days, into one large bank of time, typically called paid time off (PTO). Discuss your organization's Buckingham Adult Medical Day Care, current paid leave program. 1-Does your organization have a PTO bank or severa
Identify and discuss the employer-employee relationship. Make sure you include the following points: o The point at which a prospective applicant becomes an employee o The difference between a contractor and an employee o The legal implications and obligations of the employer-employee relationship o The laws
Assume you are in charge of creating a training program for supervisors in administering discipline in the organization. Discuss the focuses on the major principles of disciplinary action you would stress in this session. Explain the significance of each principle and how it relates to management.
What are some common ways employers discriminate in the recruitment process? What legal claims can be brought against an employer, and what is the basis for each claim? What actions can an employer take to avoid these legal claims?
What are the five dimensions of cultural differences? Which of these differences has the largest effect on employee behavior? Why? How do you see these dimensions exhibited in your organization?
Develop a written proposal outlining a specific product or service idea you have for Triangle Solutions. Triangle's company type and product area have been left unspecified in order to allow you creativity in invention of your own product ideas and exploration of areas of interest in the market. You may not use the same area or
Describe the selection process used during the hiring process. Describe a good or bad selection and orientation process. Beneath the executive level, a team from personnel screens out ... Download the entire answer for a very good answer.
Discuss how organizations can use organizational design and the role that HR managers.
Imagine yourself as a human resources professional who wants to alert top-level management to the importance of a policy against sexual harassment. What interpretations could you make to help you emphasize the importance of such a policy? What would your policy include?
Donald Reynolds, director of the internal auditing department, received an anonymous tip from an employee in one of the high tech manufacturing plants. The employee noted that there was a major embezzlement taking place in one of the divisions. Internal audit had completed a routine review of internal control of that division th
You currently work as a human resource management consultant, and you have scheduled a presentation to pitch your organization's value to a company that you have worked for in the past. Prepare a PowerPoint presentation that will be used to pitch the need for your consultant services. Include the following components in you
Direct costs are easy to 'attach' to an object. Say, a manufacturer is making widgets. They take 5 feet of lumber, two screws, and one ounce of purple paint and five minutes of labor. Its easy to measure the amount of lumber, etc. However, what about the property tax bill/expense? How much of this should be called an expense
Why is it important for HR Management to transform from being primarily administrative and operational to becoming a more strategic partner.
As you know, the OFCCP is the agency responsible for enforcing the executive orders that cover companies doing business with the federal government. Besides their EEO requirements, these business must have a written affirmative action plan on file and have goal achievement obligations. --Discuss two major U.S. Supreme Court
Please assist me with the below question. Why is it important to include upper management in the needs assessment process? How would you conduct a needs analysis in your organization?
Please assist me with the below question. What do you think are the most common concerns for organizations after a needs analysis is completed? Why?
See attached files. Write a paper describing Riodrian Manufacturing's networking system Telephone systems. - Identify current systems. - Explain advantages and disadvantages of systems. - Present recommendations and benefits