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    Human Resources Management Case Studies

    Question One You are the Manager of a local catering business in your specific state. The company, as it is very small, does not have an employee handbook nor has one ever been considered. As it is so small, every employee knows the most intimate details about everyone else's personal life. A male former employee has pr

    What areas do you think are unnecessary for a manager to develop?

    Can some please help with this assigment? I need to write a 3 page report. What areas do you think are unnecessary for a manager to develop? And, how would you recommend that new managers acquire their HR knowledge? Would you send them to a week-long seminar given by an external firm? Or, would you recommend a 10-week inter

    IT Profession - Duties and Setting

    Choose two of the IT professions researched that are best suited to your interests and experience. Describe the job duties and required skills for the professions you selected. Next, describe the typical setting in which each profession is performed. Then, explain why you chose these two positions.

    Calculations on Benefits Satisfaction for the Three Departments

    Please help with Anova calculations on the data set that are attached. H0 - The mean benefits satisfaction is the same for the Human Resources Dept., the Information Technology Dept., and the Administration Dept. H1 - The mean benefits satisfaction is different for at least one of the departments. Remember to also e

    Your company has never used a formal performance measurement system.

    Your company has never used a formal performance measurement system. They have simply measured profits and paid people according to market conditions. Now they want to implement a base system-nothing elaborate, just the basics. The problem is that no one knows how to get started. As a manager you have implemented systems before,

    Resistance to Change in NASA

    On the Columbia accident. · Identify individual sources of resistance to change, and their causes. · Identify structural sources of resistance to change, and their causes · Evaluate the impact that you believe the Board's recommendations will have on individual and structural barriers to change at NASA. * Ho

    Uncomfortable Compliments

    A female employee's male supervisor comments her on an outfit she is wearing, complimenting her on how flattering it is to her figure. She is uncomfortable about the compliment. Do the employer's comments constitute harassment? How should she respond? Please provide a detail response that is suitable to strategic communicat

    Boss, I Think We Have a Problem - Case Study

    Read the case incident "Boss, I Think We Have a Problem". Then, answer following questions: What are some international HR mistakes that Mr. Fisher has made? How would you have gone about hiring a European sales manager? Why? What would you do now if you were Mr. Fisher?

    Implementing a New Technology

    Based on personal experience, articles located on a University Library, or examples on the Internet, prepare a discussion detailing how a new technology system should be implemented and/or introduced to a company. Include your recommendations as if you were the manager in charge of implementing the new technology. Give your idea

    Higgins Tool Coating Company

    1. You own Higgins Tool Coating Company, a high-tech firm specializing in the coating of cutting tools (e.g., drill bits, cutting blades) to provide longer life before re-sharpening is needed. You are concerned that the competition continues to develop new coating methods and new applications of coating in different industries.

    Accurate Staffing Practices

    Question # 1 How can you measure the value of accurate staffing practices? Provide several examples. Question 2 What do you think are the main factors and issues associated with effective policy development in human resources? Provide an example.

    Experiential - Performance Appraisal Form

    You are going to develop a performance appraisal form for an online MBA program instructor. Develop your own tool for performance appraisal. Decide which of the appraisal tools (graphic rating scales, alternation ranking, critical incident method)you are going to use, and then design the instrument itself.

    Human Factors in Technology: The Support Team

    Based on articles you locate using the University Library, the Internet, magazine, etc., please explain what it takes to build an effective technology support team. Please be detailed and address such issues as personalities and how they can affect relationships within and without the technical staff.

    Starbucks and its treatment of allocated costs

    Retrieve any report in the Starbucks organization that allocates common costs to a division, product, or service. Recast that report with unallocated costs and comment on the usefulness of that revised report. If you cannot identify specific actual amounts, make a reasonable estimate and apply the tool as if the data were fa

    Employers right to know drug use

    "Drug use is information that is rightfully private and only in exceptional cases can an employer claim a right to know about such use." Defend or oppose this statement. How is your response to this assignment consistent with the moral philosophy you described in the Unit 1 discussion board assignment? Explain. If it is not

    Human Factors in Technology

    Based on personal experience in your workplace, please give detailed examples of how management at your company expects technology to improve business. Discuss how your company's current technology is meeting or not meeting business needs. I am looking to compare this information with that of other information I have gathered

    Wellness Incentives

    I am looking for free wellness incentives that focus around stress management. Example: United Healthcare gives $100 into an employee's HRA fund if they complete.

    Inaccurately Paying a Terminated Employee

    Scenario: Bart, a salaried employee, was terminated in April of this year. Business had been slow since the beginning of the year, and each of the operating plants had laid off workers. Bart's dismissal was processed through the Human Resources Department, but the information was not relayed to the corporate payroll office. As

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