4. Briefly discuss and give examples of at least five common interviewing mistakes that interviewers make. What recommendations would you give for avoiding these interviewing mistakes? 5. What are the major federal laws regarding equal employment? How does your organization incorporate affirmative action into its recruitin
My company is struggling to retain its sales representatives. It seems the employees go through the company's training program, work for the organization for about 6 months and then leave to work for your company's top competitor. Exit interviews are being held with the sales representatives and it has been determined that th
Ethical and Social Issues > Review selection guidelines on the following Web site: o http://www.uniformguidelines.com/ > Identify an ethical, social, or legal issue associated with the development of measurement criterion in organizations or the process of evaluating human behavior and performance against criteria.
What is the new strategic role of human resources (HR)? How does this role affect the service industry? Is this effect positive or negative? Why?
The company you work for is considering changing its applicant testing process. Your supervisor has asked you to research testing methods and make your recommendation. This proposal will be submitted to the Vice President for review and consideration. For the purpose of this assignment it helps to have a specific type of org
See attached case study. Every week, the HR division has a virtual team meeting in which you discuss both specific and general issues relating to CF&F. The focus this week is on developing a collaborative workplace culture. You know that in implementing any major organizational change initiative, there will be resistance
What are some legal issues that can arise for employers in the areas of employee retention, the management of employee performance, and the employee appraisal process? What the legal issues is and how an employer can address the issue so that it does not create a legal problem.
What are Bona Fide Occupational Qualifications (BFOQs)? How can you find them? How do you describe a job after analyzing what that job is supposed to do? All of us 'smart people' think we can just figure it out when we need to, but then we realize that, even though we are really smart, there's just not enough time in the day
Describe the ways managers use boundary-spanning roles and why they use them.
Explain what job withdrawal is, discuss the four types of conditions that lead up to it, and discuss its three levels of progression
Can you help me get started on this assignment? Explain what job withdrawal is, discuss the four types of conditions that lead up to it, and discuss its three levels of progression. Fundamentals of Human Resource Management, 2nd Edition, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc 2007.
Identify and discuss three of the five popular incentive approaches to individual performance. Which approach do you prefer? Explain why. Fundamentals of Human Resource Management, 2nd Edition, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc 2007.
Discuss and contrast "defined benefit", "defined contribution", and "cash balance pension plans". Which plan would be most beneficial to you? Fundamentals of Human Resource Management, 2nd Edition, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc 2007.
I need help with this question. Address a current issue or social problem in the human resource field that require additional research. Identify a problem or issue then write up a research problem statement to guide you on this research endeavour. Demonstrate your ability to critically think through a problem situation in tod
Describe at least five characteristics to a successful formal mentoring program. How would you or your employees benefit from a mentoring program? apa Fundamentals of Human Resource Management, 2nd Edition The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc 2007.
Discuss the makeup, role, and responsibilities of each of the following governing bodies in establishing and enforcing employment-related laws: the legislative branch, the executive branch, and the judicial branch. Fundamentals of Human Resource Management, 2nd Edition The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc 2007. APA
As the new Human Resource Manager for your organization you notice that the company does not have a formal policy against sexual harassment. You realize the implications of not having such a policy and have decided to make this your first project. 1. Develop a policy that is realistic and thorough, with valid reasoning and e
See attached file. The regulators recommend keeping separate files for many of the documents that could pose a threat to fair and equitable decision making. 1-Recommend strategies for maintaining the privacy of employee HR and benefit records (In your recommendation, consider Gates' comments and state whether you think his
Pay is a factor than can affect employee motivation. Should an organization choose a skill-based pay plan or a pay-for-performance plan? Locate at least three scholarly articles that research various perspectives on employee motivation and pay plans. Then make a recommendation as to which type of pay plan - skill-based or pay
In a short essay, respond to the Alegent Health case. The two questions at the end of the case should be incorporated into the response. Use APA format (modified) and be sure to properly cite all sources used. You do not need a cover sheet or an abstract, but be sure to put a title for your essay, and citations per APA. Two sour
Imagine that you manage human resources for a small business. You have recently prepared a report on the market rate of pay for salespeople and the company's owner says the market rate is too high. The company cannot afford this level of pay and furthermore, paying that much would cause salespeople to earn more than most of the
My company has recently moved to Germany, as part of the HR team, I have asked to help the HR team provide a report on considerations needed for new employees. The report will include: 1. Analyzing the organizational development practices and make recommendations on how to increase cultural sensitivity, productivity and
Criterion Development, Performance Evaluation, and Appraisal questions 1. What criteria or standards do I/O consultants use when developing selection systems? Include some specific examples of criteria or standards from this week's readings or the literature. 2. What are some of the theoretical issues associated with selec
For your Policy and Procedure Project, you are expected to develop, write, and present an innovative human resource policy that limits a company's liability and promotes its core mission and values. Consider the following: A company you have studied during this course has hired you to recommend changes to its human resource p
You are a supervisor in a small manufacturing plant and you are part of an internal team which is auditing the plant's practices and procedures. In the course of the review, your team has found several areas which are deficient in having documented procedures and standards. You have taken on the task of developing written proced
1. Ten years ago Albert Phillips opened his own retail store and sold unpainted furniture. His store was located in Lakeside, a small city in the southeastern part of the United States. Although his business was somewhat slow first, it grew steadily. Many more sales, stock, and clerical personnel were hired. However, it so
Describe the three kinds of knowledge that can be evaluated in training and how they can be measured.
What are the five common marketing orientations used by international companies to market their products or services globally? Please explain each. In your estimation how does branding interact/influence these marketing orientations? Explain the geocentric approach to staffing and its advantages and disadvantages for internat
Describe why is it important for an organization to articulate the knowledge and skill requirement for advancement? Describe the steps an organization can take to ensure all performance requirements are measured.
Research is an essential part of managing human resources effectively. Using evaluative systems to manage performance management systems, HR information systems (HRIS), compensation, benefits, time and attendance, attrition, succession planning and other aspects are a part of the normal course of an HR department's functions. Ov
Identify and discuss the top five ethical issues in HRM. Rank them by importance placed upon them by the current media. Analyze each ethical issue according to its impact in HRM, relevance to the current future stakeholders in the field. What recommendation for improving such ethical issues, situations or dilemmas that impac