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    Strategic Human Resource Management - Q3

    In a recent survey, Hewitt Associates, one of the nationâ??s largest HR consulting companies, found that HR executives were primarily on one of two types of roads with respect to health care benefits: Stop light-to-stop lightâ?"They view health care benefits as an attraction and retention tool and are in a competitive market

    Science and Culture

    How does Dacy explain the connections between scientific study and cultural beliefs and values? How does the concept of formal science relate to his position? What are some of the cultural applications of science?

    What is meant by social constructivism?

    What are the major differences between scientific realism, anti-realism, and irrealism? What is meant by social constructivism, and how is it associated with these three positions?

    Strategic Human Resource Management

    One often hears a CEO say, â??Our most important asset walks out the door every night.â? In Savannah Engineering, Inspection, and Insurance Company (SEIIC)â??s case this is literally true. The company relies on the knowledge and skills of its employees for its success. Without its human capital, the company has little to of

    Strategic Human Resource Management

    Typically, new-employee orientation is a two-part process. Part one is generally conducted by the HRM department and covers general company information. Part two is conducted by the new employeeâ??s manager and covers the specifics of the job. In an outline format, describe a new-employee orientation process that would addr

    Strategic Human Resource Management

    360-degree feedback has become an important part of many performance management systems. It provides employees with performance feedback from supervisors, co-workers, peers, and customers, and for managers, their direct reports. The performance feedback is usually a part of a developmental plan and is often a part of the organiz

    Strategic Human Resource Management

    Organizational downsizings are a regular feature in the business news these days. For 2007, 779,678 employees were laid off in mass layoffs (more than 50 employees making unemployment claims) according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. (Source: http://www.bls.gov/schedule/archives/mslo_nr.htm#2007) Employees are often caugh

    Strategic Human Resource Management

    Savannah Engineering, Inspection and Insurance Company's (SEIIC's) primary recruiting need is for engineering and technical personnel. Over that last two decades, these professions have generally been in high demand and relatively scarce supply. As the HRM manager responsible for recruiting and selecting people in these fields,

    Strategic Human Resource Management

    Some companies pay current employees a referral bonus if a job candidate that the employee referred is hired by the company. What do you think of this practice? Do you think that it is a good idea? Will it create resentment toward the company if an employee refers someone who is not hired? Why? Discuss the pros and cons of such

    Bias in Research

    Assistance is needed in identifying two factors that result in biased or inapplicable research that may be found in society. And how the two factors influence the outcomes of research and detract from the results of research.

    Research and Data Analysis

    Based on my research to evaluate the impact if any educators have on the juvenile delinqency rate. The problem is as follows; In this week, you will indicate how you will process and analyze the data collected for your final project. The discussion of the plan for analyzing data might have several components. It involves pre

    Terrorism & WMD Policy

    How have worries over WMD terror attacks distorted a balanced approach to policy on terrorism? I have to provide a 500+ word essay on this topic with sources.

    Workplace justice

    A brief description of a workplace justice issue. Explain the role of administrators in public and nonprofit organizations in terms of rectifying this justice issue. One potential solution to the justice issue using the ethical decision-making model.

    Research and Data Analysis in Public AdministratioN

    Suppose you are the lead researcher on a research team. Select a topic that you would like to study from the following list of research topics for a research project: Teenage pregnancy (incidences, policies, or programs) Juvenile crime Quality of drinking water in your municipality The effectiveness of a job-training pr

    Problems of Claims in Research

    In a small and fictitious country, a researcher has found that the higher a person lives up the big mountain, the more intelligent that individual is. Is there a problem with the researcher claiming that living high on the mountain leads to a higher intelligence quotient (IQ)? Why? What if the researcher states that this happens

    Research and Data Analysis

    Many students settle for reading second- or thirdhand accounts of research studies instead of reading the primary source. Why is it important to read the primary source? When do you have to depend on a secondary source of information? Are thirdhand accounts of research studies reliable? Why?

    Radicalization process

    What is the importance of understanding the radicalization process and the branches that lead from disaffection and socioeconomic/political origins to political violence? Sources are needed. thanks so much for the assistance

    Patterns of terrorism

    What are the principle patterns in terrorism? We know where it has been, where is it going? Need sources that accompany information.

    Research and Data Analysis - Please limit to 1 or two paragraphs

    Most researchers formulate the hypothesis for their research project before they actually start the data collection process. Why do you think this is necessary? Do all research projects need to be hypothesis driven? Why? When preparing your response to this question it will be necessary to consider the definition and purpose

    President clinton and President Obama policies

    Need Help with this assignment: President Obama's health care policies. write a 4-5 page paper in which you: 1.Write a one page summary of the policy including the purpose, the context of the problem, and any recommendations or suggestions from the policy to address the problem. (Use your summary skills to keep this to one

    Research and Data Analysis

    Consider the following ethical dilemmas that a researcher may face. Describe the ways in which you might anticipate the potential problem in the following case scenario and address it in your research project. Your research assistant collects data for a project from several individuals interviewed in your city. After the four

    Japan becoming a world power

    What political, economic, and military obstacles must Japan overcome before they can considered to be a true world power?

    Research and Data Analysis

    Consider the following ethical dilemmas that a researcher may face. You are a researcher studying the effectiveness of educational programs offered to prisoners. In your interviews with prisoners, you learned that several of them smuggle drugs. What should you do? Should you inform the prison authorities? Why or why not?

    Qatar military armed forces

    What are the capabilities of the Qatari armed forces? Military doctrine and strategy Defense budget (total expenditures and percent of GNP/GDP) Extent of their defense industrial base Available manpower, size of active duty force, size of reserve forces

    Federal Policies

    I need help with this assignment please. I just started this public administration class and do not fully understand the political policies word. Please guide me. the questions are below. Pick two similar federal policies that were discussed over a span of two different administrations. For example, President Clinton's an

    The Duties of the Comptroller

    If you were the comptroller, how would you react to a financial statement report on your stewardship? Would you trust the financial statement to give an accurate picture of your work? Why or why not? How you would like being evaluated based on the numbers in the report? Would you consider it fair to be responsible for the work o