1) Worksheet Assignment:
Identify your chosen company and subsystem. You will prepare a list of questions that should be asked for their specific subsystem (5-10 well-crafted questions). You should conduct an internet search for HR Audit Questions to assist in this process . Remember to properly cite sources when using outside resources for questions. You will also indicate how you will gather the answers to your questions (e.g. interview/phone interview, internet research, journals, etc.).
2) Reflection paper topic:
Organizations compete fiercely for top talent and many invest enormous resources in attracting the best candidates. Yet, when it comes to actually assessing the candidates to determine which will perform well, many organizations fail to use scientifically-proven assessment methods. Such assessments have been shown to result in significant bottom-line savings and productivity increases. This guide provides an overview of the various options available and helps you to select assessment tools appropriate for your organization.
- “Selection Assessment Methods: A guide to implementing formal assessments to build a high-quality workforce” – Organizations compete fiercely for top talent and many invest enormous resources in attracting the best candidates. Yet, when it comes to actually assessing the candidates to determine which will perform well, many organizations fail to use scientifically-proven assessment methods. Such assessments have been shown to result in significant bottom-line savings and productivity increases. This guide provides an overview of the various options available and helps you to select assessment tools appropriate for your organization.
- “Talent Acquisition: A Guide to Understanding and Managing the Recruitment Process” – Hiring talented individuals is critical to an organization’s success. But in order to hire the most talented, you must first recruit them, but acquiring the right talent can be a challenge. Recruiters working with limited resources must decide whom to target, what message to convey and how to staff the recruitment efforts. Based on peer-reviewed research, this new SHRM Foundation report offers specific recommendations on developing an effective external recruiting program.
- “Functional Job Analysis” – This document contains guidelines by the World Health Organization on the why/how behind Job Analysis.
3) Discussion Board topic:
An employee is complaining to you about his supervisor. He says that the supervisor expects more from him than from other employees. He feels the supervisor picks on him and gives him the most difficult jobs to do. He is quite unhappy and is considering asking for a transfer to a different department. He is claiming that the supervisor is treating him unfairly. You ask the employee if he has discussed the situation with his supervisor. He has not. As the HR representative, you ask the employee whether he wants you to get involved in the situation, of if he came to see you because he needed a listening ear. The employee responds by requesting help. What will you advise him?
There are three papers to finish. I have attached every guidelines required to write these papers.
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HRM 311: Human Resource Management Term Paper: Week 2 Assignment Name: This section below is worth 10 points. Name of Chosen Company: Company Address: Company Website: Company Human Resources Contact: Identify chosen subsystem (Make BOLD): 1. Labor Relations 2. Human Resources Planning/Organizational Development 3. Recruitment and Selection 4. Training and Development 5. Safety, Health and Wellness 6. Employee Relations 7. Compensation and Benefits This section below is worth 50 points. Prepare a list of well-crafted questions (minimum 5, maximum 10) that will be used to guide your analysis of the company’s subsystem. For Example: Is there a policy in place stating the organization’s philosophy on recruitment and selection? It is recommended that you conduct an internet search for Human Resource Audit Questions to assist in the process. (For example: example: http://bit.ly/2HOoW7x). Remember to properly cite sources when using outside resources for questions. Type your questions below: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Sources: This section below is worth 40 points. Please describe how you will gather the information necessary to adequately answer the questions (e.g. interviews, internet research, journals, etc.). Please be as specific as possible by listing the resources. (Suggested length of section 250 words and at least 3 scholarly resources of information in APA formatting). REFLECTIONS This assignment involves keeping a journal recording your thoughts, insights, and introspections following each week. In addition, you should examine and discuss your reactions and notions about how the material pertinent to a given week relates to your own past/future work/non-work situations. Each blog entry should have 4 identifiable headings: Summary, Meaningful Ideas, Personal Connecting, Changes. The Summary is where you highlight the themes found in the materials for the week (2 paragraphs). The Meaningful Ideas section is where you highlight two to three thought provoking ideas that emerged from the materials and why you think they are worthy of being highlighted (2 paragraphs). The Personal Connecting Section is where you discuss how the topics can be applied to your professional and/or personal situations (1 paragraph). Lastly, the Changes section is where you highlight at least two SMART (see: http://hr.wayne.edu/leads/phase1/smart-objectives.php) changes you will make. The purpose of this assignment is to let you take a little time once a week to reflect, so as to improve your understanding of yourself and understanding of the course materials. Each paragraph should be 100-200 words in length. The rubric for this assignment can be found here: https://goo.gl/rXCLoY What is Reflective Writing? • Your response to experiences, opinions, events or new information • Your response to thoughts and feelings • A way of thinking to explore your learning • An opportunity to gain self-knowledge • A way to achieve clarity and better understanding of what you are learning • A change to develop and reinforce writing skills • A way of making meaning out of what you study What can I discuss? • Your perceptions of the course and the content. • Experiences, ideas and observations you have had, and how they relate to the course or topic. • What you found confusing, inspiring, difficult, interesting, and why. • Questions you have and conclusions you have drawn. • How you solved a problem, reached a conclusion, found an answer or reached a point of understanding. • Possibilities, speculations, hypotheses or solutions. • Alternative interpretations or different perspectives on what you have read or done in your course. • Comparisons and connections between what you are learning and: o Your prior knowledge and experience; o Your prior assumptions and preconceptions; Information gathered from: http://psolarz.weebly.com/how-to-write-a-reflection.html o What you know from other courses or disciplines. Tips to help you in your reflective writing process: • Think of an interaction, event or episode you experienced that can be connected to the topic • Describe what happened • What was your role? • What feelings and perceptions surrounded the experience? • How would you explain the situation to someone else? • What might this experience mean in the context of your course? • What other perspectives, theories or concepts could be applied to the situation? Information gathered from: http://psolarz.weebly.com/how-to-write-a-reflection.html
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