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    The solution discusses the following facets of staffing systems in organizations: role of seniority, job posting system, promotions, career mobility and internal labor market systems. The solution is broken down into five parts and is over 400 words. Each of the elements are explained and supported by "real life" workplace experiences. The discussion focuses on advantages, and the potential disadvantages, of the staffing systems.

    This solution is over 400 words in length. The actual textbook case study questions provided by the student were: 1. Should seniority be eliminated as an eligibility standard for bidding on jobs, meaning the two years plus employees would no longer have priority? 2. Should the job posting system simply be eliminated? If so, wh

    Unionism in Hospitals: Drafting a plan for or against nurses and unions

    You are the Human Resource Director for a 500-bed hospital. You have learned that the American Professionals Union is attempting to unionize your 1,000 registered nurses. The CEO has asked you to draft a plan - either supporting the nurses in their efforts OR attempting to remain union free. Draft solid arguments - either pro or

    Child Labor

    I need to write 300-400 words of notes about child labor in India (Carpet Looms & Stone Quarries). Answer the following questions: What are the major issues? What are the pros and cons? What are the implications for management in an international sense?

    Helix Company Robes Produced Standard Cost Variances

    See template with standard costs for each robe for material and labor and variable overhead (attached). Solve for material price variance, material quantity variance, labor rate variance. labor efficiency variance, variable overhead spending variance and variable overhead efficiency variance.

    Trade union movement

    Why has there been (and is still) such strong opposition to the trade union movement by American business management?

    Unionization in the Federal Government Sector

    Research unionization in the federal government sector and address the following: - Discuss the legal guidelines for organizing as a federal employee. - Pick 1 union representing a large segment of the federal workforce and discuss its history, size,structure, and the workforce it represents. - Select 1 position designated

    Purpose of Labor Unions

    Why are labor unions formed; what is their purpose; and why has membership seen a decline in recent years?

    Prison Labor

    What is prison labor? How does prison labor impact different cultures and societies? What hypothesis can you make about the rise and fall of labor in prisons?

    Evolution of Labor Unions

    Discuss the historical evolution of labor unions in the United States.This referenced historical evaluation of the labor union in America contains 444 words and 2 references. It references the union back to the 1870's.

    Recruitment Selection and Placement

    Please provide a solution that will compare and contrast the different career mobility paths that exist in organizations with a focus on innovative career paths such as; the Parallel Career Path, the Lattice Mobility Career Path, and the Lateral Track Career Path.

    U.S. Labor Law: Legal, Safety, and Regulatory Requirements in HR

    What is the effect of legal, safety, and regulatory requirements on the human resource process as they relate to the following statement: - Common sense and compassion in the workplace has been replaced by litigation. - Explain why you agree or disagree with the above statement. - Focus on employee-related regulations esta

    Customs Union

    Please give an example of why the formation of a Customs Union cannot be justified on purely economic grounds.

    Employment Law - Labor Practices, Health and Safety

    - Analyze and discuss the effectiveness of OSHA regulations on protecting the well-being of workers and make at least one recommendation for improvement. Explain your rationale. - Discuss the responsibility of individual workers to assess their own health risks, and the extent to which this responsibility might offset the res

    Why has there been a drop in union membership in the United States? Why do you believe the percentage of the workforce that is unionized in the United States has dropped from almost 50% to less than 13%? Discuss the reasons that this drop has occurred, and speculate whether the trend may continue or reverse in the future. Be sure to support your analysis with appropriate research

    Why has there been a drop in union membership in the United States? Why do you believe the percentage of the workforce that is unionized in the United States has dropped from almost 50% to less than 13%? Discuss the reasons that this drop has occurred, and speculate whether the trend may continue or reverse in the future. Be sur

    Union Integrity: Hoffa (Movie)

    Please help answer the following questions. What should Hoffa, in the 1992 movie, have done to maintain the integrity and reputation of the unions he represented?

    United States Union Security Provisions Review

    Review the different union security provisions that involve union membership as a condition of employment. What are their basic differences? What have state and federal law said about these arrangements?

    How do organizations respond to a claim of discrimination from a regulatory agency, such as the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the U.S. Department of Labor, or a state or local agency?

    How do organizations respond to a claim of discrimination from a regulatory agency, such as the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the U.S. Department of Labor, or a state or local agency? Select a business or government agency with which you are familiar - it could be your employer or another organization. Alter

    The U.S. Economy and Union Membership

    Throughout history the state of the economy has played a significant role in union membership in the early twentieth century, the percent of membership was at a high due to the boom of the manufacturing and transportation industry. As the economy began to shift in the 50's from manufacturing to service industries union membershi

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