Scenario: As one of four HR managers for the Home Company, you have been asked to prepare a policy and communication and education process for one particular area that requires attention, abuse of the Internet. Assume that this policy will address this subject, that have until now, been handled informally and inconsistently thr
Your manager has allowed you to hire a few consultants to assist you in pulling together the training plan. Research the Internet for examples of training plans. There are several elements of a training plan that need to be specified. Discuss those elements with your small groups. Your plan itself is due to management in a week
In case of International HRM, there is a broad interpretations of the HR issues, in case of local HRM there are issue specific strategies that HR takes up. In case of International HRM, the stress is on comparing and contrasting the issues in different locations based on cultural differences, in domestic HRM the stress is on
Human Resources - Performance Evaluation Question What are the major methods for measuring performance?
What are the major methods for measuring performance? Simple Ranking, Forward distribution, paired comparison are to name a few of the methods used for measuring performance.
Consider the following profile of Company and its employees. Describe what you would consider to be motivators to the respective employees as well as the types of HR process you recommend to Company from an HR perspective to keep them happy and motivated, especially in today tight labor market? Company - 70 yrs. In existen
I need a description of what the dilemma is for a business who is making millions of dollars doesn't have a CFO. Then a description of why I should be their choice, and what I could do to benefit them.
Can you explain how HR systems relate to business strategy and ultimately to the performance of the firm. Provide an example of how specific factors can influenced HR practices in an organization (If you don't have an organization to reflect from, provide two examples of corporate factors and the corresponding HR practices they
Based on your reading, respond to the following hypothetical (using your company) in a detailed substantial two-three page written response. Make sure that your response incorporates every item under the Writing Requirements section below as well as the material from the text. Your response should also address all issues relat
How can you motivate and influence co-workers over whom you do not have authority? Provide an example in your response.
1. How is an internal analysis different from an external analysis? 2. How do core competencies and distinctive organizational capabilities differ? 3. How is an internal audit different from the value chain analysis?
Assume that it is the year 2020. Design and "Organization of the Future" for the industry in which you work (Human Resources). Take into account and address the following: Business purposes and functions - (is it still the same as it is today?) Structure and Size Process for managing change Communication Technology Com
Describe the considerations that one should ponder when consciously deciding between becoming a leader and becoming a follower. Identify and describe a situation where you could use the knowledge gained in your review of leader-follower relations to address organizational issues and leadership concerns of your organization.
Complete the questionnaire as if you were applying for an Human resource position.
Case PINTO FIRES by Dennis A. Gioia On August 10, 1978, three teenage girls died horribly in an automobile accident. Driving a 1973 Ford Pinto to their church volleyball practice in Goshen, Indiana, they were struck from behind by a Chevrolet van. The Pinto's fuel tank ruptured and the car exploded in flames. Two passenger
How can managers acquire the skills needed to fulfill their HR responsibilities ?
1. Describe an organisational culture and its impact on the management of Human Resources and: a) Why it is important to recognise the balance between life, work and stress b) The potential impact of changing work patterns on your organisation c) The requirement to operate within the legislative HR framework d) Where
Explain the following: - IT Security and Risk management - Metrics to evaluate Infrastructure Security - Best practices in technology risk management
What are the components of effective retention and career development processes? Tie in human behavior, motivational theory, and discuss the concept of total rewards. When considering compensation, what does your organization do to stay both competitive externally, as well as consistent internally?
In considering the concepts of motivation and reward, what is the relationship between motivation and performance? Consider different perspectives on human behavior and motivation - how do they tie into an organizations reward and performance management systems? How does your organization motivates and rewards employees,
What principles and procedures should a company executive follow when deciding whether to discipline or discharge an employee? Under what circumstances, if any, is it ethically permissible for an employer to punish an employee for behavior outside work? What ethical principles or ideals a company should consider w
Make a convincing and winning presentation on the "scope for improvement" (broad technology) areas, specifically concerning FYC's retailing business. SCENARIO: Make a convincing and winning presentation on the "scope for improvement" (broad technology) areas, specifically concerning FYC's retailing business. (Look at att
As labor markets continue to tighten, and the cost of turnover increases, organizations can consider a variety of methods to measure employee engagement and satisfaction, in an effort to retain top employees. Discuss ways your organization measures or monitors employee satisfaction, such as focus groups or employee surveys,
A method commonly used within organizations is a Progressive Discipline system. Other organizations utilize a variety of methods to resolve conflict such as instituting an open-door policy or peer review. Discuss how your current or previous organization addresses conflict and/or discipline issues both via formal policy or
1. Explanation of HRM topic of your choice 2. What are the positive and negative aspects of the topic you have chosen on an organization 3. Offer at least two real organizational examples of your topic 4. Views on the topic
1. Why do organizations spend money and time training and retraining employees? 2. Is tuition reimbursement a valid expense? 3. According to your experience and acquired knowledge, do you feel most job appraisers are qualified to give appraisals? 4. What is the result of being appraised from an unqualified individua
Discuss the considerations that must be made in determining whether an organization should pay employees more than, less than, or equal to the market rate.
Assume you are the HR Manager of the team working to restore the oil industry in Iraq. Develop a training plan and a compensation/benefits plan for use with this team. Be creative, but don't waste company resources. Be sensitive to Iraqi culture, but also to keeping employees safe.
When considering recruitment, retention and the development of an organizations human capital, what key considerations should be made to ensure adequate planning, evaluation of recruiting and selections processes are completed? What analysis of skillsets should be completed by an organization such as Interclean, to address thes
Please see attached cases and questions. Case 1 - Learning to walk in the customers shoes Case 2 - Kodak gets the picture in Executive Education Case 1 - Siebel: forcing the issue Case 1 - Pay for Performance: Lennox Hits some problems
Discuss the importance of confidentiality and privacy in setting up and maintaining human resource files. Explain and discuss in detail the laws that impact records management, such as the American with Disabilities Act, HIPAA, and Privacy Act of 1974.