For your first case assignment, you will be examining a relatively new discrimination topic in HRM. The topic is "family responsibilities discrimination." Please read the chicagotribune.com article, "Win in parental discrimination cases raises issues for employers" at http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=1953105451&sid=1&Fmt=3
MBA level response needed. Human resource question: explain how job analysis procedures can protect an organization from legal issues.
What recruiting methods are used by your organization? What are the advantages and disadvantages of these employed methods?
In what ways does effective management and/or leadership impact organizational success in today's corporate climate?
We all know the world has changed, and it is changing faster all the time. And an organization's ability to not only survive, but thrive, in today's world will have everything to do with its ability to lead and to see all people in the organization as leaders. So, this is all great and wonderful. In what other ways, then, do
Log on to SHRM.org and research the requirments on becoming a student member. Summarize your findings and discuss how you might promote this in your organization.
Because the company is growing, its culture is changing for better and worse. You decide to complete your plan by including a section that talks about the organizational culture. Include the following: o Select a change you believe is needed in your organization's culture. o Identify obstacles to that change and ways to over
What type of company would be able to effectively utilize the unlimited resources model? 1) Small retail shop 2) Regional service shop 3) Car dealership 4) National retail chain 5) Local pawn shop Explain your choice.
Assume you are working on HRM responsibilities at either a real or fictitious organization and you have been asked to join a committee to present a report on management challenges. Assume you have been working on the committee for a few months and you are now about to present a report to the committee: This report must clearly
I am working on a paper asking me to assess the impact of the Internet on the performance of the global value chain. Specifically, I need help to describe how an organization can achieve accurate information in a global environment.
Discuss the HR role as it relates to managing Risk Management. The assignment is listed below. Locate an article (any source) on one best practice exercised by any HR management. This could be your own organization, if there is an article or newsletter, or a famous organization or one that has a supporting article to include.
Compare the operational and strategic roles of the HR professional in sustaining a legally compliant work environment. Address the following areas: Operational Role - Employee advocate - Reducing costs and risks - Role in legal proceedings - Providing functional services Strategic Role
1. What is the relationship between employee training and employee development? Are both necessary within an organization? Which is more important to an organization's development and why? 2. In your opinion, what is the best way to deliver policies, procedures, and training to employees working abroad? How do human resource
Discuss training as an HR issue within the health care industry. Find a minimum of five (5) sources from which to report on the topic. Dictionaries, encyclopedias, and the textbook may be used, but do not count toward the 5-sources requirement. Recent journals, magazines, books, pamphlets, web information, and personal inter
A human resources management plan for a Special Education Teacher employment position. Assist human resources professionals to choose, train, and develop successful Special Education Teacher toward helping the school meet its goals. Use one human resources journal and at least one reputable Web site for human resources
Can you help me to develop/write (the below 6 titles) a Human Resources department according to the data below. 1. Identify Compensation Practices 2. Identify Benefit Offerings (HW - personalized benefits statement) 3. New Employee Orientation process (book outlines a process/homework) 4. Training & Development
Write a report discussing the effects occupational health and safety legislation have had on employer and employee behavior.
Employment Laws Chart See the attached file and complete the chart below using information from the weekly readings and additional research if necessary. Employment Law Description and Requirement of Law Court Case Influential to Establishment of Law Importance of Law Workplace Application Civil Rights Act of 196
I've come to recognize that it's also important to understand that technology drives the logic of the new economy to the next step - to people (the knowledge workers) whose skills, abilities, and commitments will ultimately determine whether a company can be successful. And intellectual capital will go where it is wanted and it
How has technology impacted the work of an HR professional with regard to organizational transformation? Please give references.
Motivational strategies - McDonald's happens to be a strong competitive cutting edge company. Identify which of the following strategies McDonald's uses to motivate employees with explanation. Please provide references. a. Employee empowerment b. Selection and training c. Incentives d. Benefits e. Quality programs f
What role might a Human Resource Professional play in the transformation of an organization? Please provide a substantive response that includes your initial answer with follow-up support for your rationale. Please list references.
When the goal of a headquarters is to integrate closely with a subsidiary, it becomes essential to understand culturally-defined behaviours and values, in addition to local laws and practices. How useful are theories of convergence, divergence and crossvergence in explaining the complexities of relationships between headquart
Scenario: You are the human resources director for the National Lewis and Clark Corporation (NL&C). NL&C is a 2-year-old innovative-service organization that has grown from 5 employees to 250 employees, with most of that growth occurring in the past 6 months. You joined the organization 2 months ago, when the company presid
1. Human resource planning is considered the most important component of the human resource management (HRM) structure. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Explain your answer. How does human resource planning influence an organization? 2. Fundamentals of Human Resource Management introduces five job analysis method
NL&C has several disabled employees. In interviews with them, you gather that they feel they are not being treated fairly. You have never dealt with this situation before, so some benchmarking and discussion are a good idea. You decide to do some research on the protections afforded employees under ADA. You want to create a
What's important with job assessment is that the HR professional defines the job's overall objectives (i.e., Why does the job exist? What are major results to be achieved?). Another key component to job analysis are the key functions of the job (the priorities of the various functions, the time spent on each function, etc.). Add
Can you help me get started with this assignment? 1. Describe how the 2008 global economic crisis has impacted HR professionals. 2. Elaborate on what human resource managers can do to teach company leaders how human resource management can contribute to organizational success. 3. Discuss what human resources practices m
What might an HR professional do to assess the overall effectiveness of a given job within the organization?
What might an HR professional do to assess the overall effectiveness of a given job within the organization? Please list references.
What are some various resources that HR professionals might use to help with forecasting? Please include references and include at least 300 words.
Which member of the HR Triad has the most responsibility for ensuring that organizations effectively manage their human resources? Explain your answer.