Human Resource Management was once thought of as simply the ‘Payroll Department’. Why is it important now for HR management to transform from being primarily administrative and operational to becoming more of an overall strategic contributor to the organization? How have you seen this implemented in your workplace/former workplace?
1) Identify training needs for a group of entry-level workers in a fast food restaurant. 2) Why is evaluating training an important part of strategic training? CH 9 1) Discuss what talent management is and why it is a consideration addressed by a growing number of employers. 4) Design a management development program for first level supervisions in a mass-market retail company. What courses and experiences do they need? CH 10 1) Describe how organizational culture and the use of performance criteria and standards affect the remaining components of performance management systems. 2) Suppose you are a supervisor. What errors […]
Case: Google’s Human Resources Management Think it’s easy to work in the human resources department at Google? Despite being a dream job for many, is it possible that people actually want to leave Google? As it turns out, a lot of women were leaving Google. The company, known for its happy employees, asked why. Rather than a human resources office, Google refers to its department as People Operations. The mission of People Operations is as follows: In People Operations (you probably know us better as “Human Resources”), we “find them, grow them, and keep them”—bringing the world’s most innovative people […]
Please review and provide original responses. Six discussion board questions total “The Challenges of Succession Planning in Turbulent Times” Please respond to the following: Analyze this scenario: The Department of Social Services has lost 25% of its federal funding for the next fiscal year, leaving the budget at a $128,000 deficit. Within the agency, there are 125 full-time employees; the average pay for all employees is $39,000, 75% female and 25% male. In addition, 25% of employees have been with the agency for over 20 years, 20% are near retirement age in three years, and 50% are under the age […]
Provide a definition of both of the word strategic AND the term strategic human resource management using at least one scholarly source to support your definitions with respective in-text citations. After reading all the material assigned, summarize why the authors recommend that many HR functions within organizations need to transform. What are the end results the authors are looking for in the transformation? Be sure to provide in-text citations and sources for the information you present–http://www.personneltoday.com/hr/whats-next-for-hr-the-six-competencies-hr-needs-for-todays-challenges/—https://learn.umuc.edu/content/enforced/196013-005308-01-2172-OL4-7980/SHRM-BoCK-FINAL4.pdf?_&d2lSessionVal=BMFBeUPdAEfZ3T8YZ7KgsJ4XA 3. Compare the competencies that Ulrich and SHRM present. How are they similar or different? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1sre3ay0Jg
“Compensation Systems“ Please respond to the following: Analyze the compensation professional’s goals to determine which would be the most difficult for you to realize. Discuss ways you might be able to overcome these difficulties. Create a list of five best practices that any organization could use to leverage a compensation system for positive impact. Provide specific examples to support your response. Here is a sample answer. Compensation Systems- Quoted by our text, Compensation professionals promote effective compensation systems by meeting three (3) important goals: internal consistency, market competitiveness, and recognition of individual contributions. Internal Consistency involves doing a job analysis and job evaluation. This process would not be an issue to perform. I would base the recognition of an individual contribution through appraisals and feedback from managers. Market competitiveness would involve a lot […]
Determine how Sportsman’s human resources practices should assess existing practices to best support their shift in competitive strategy. Provide specific examples to support your response. Determine the kinds of challenges Sportsman will face specifically in the area of compensation and which competitive strategy will serve them best in the future. Explain your rationale.
You must individually, answer the following questions in full to show your competency of each element: Assist in determining human resource requirements Contribute to establishing and maintaining productive team relationships Assist with human resource monitoring Contribute to evaluating human resource practices Explain how you can or have assisted with the following. You should draw on your own workplace examples where possible. How can you assist in determining human resource requirements? How can you contribute to establishing and maintaining productive team relationships? How can you assist with human resource monitoring?How can you help contribute to evaluating human resource practices?
Question 1 What are the key provisions of employment legislation in relation to details that must be included in employee records? Question 2 Summarise what an HR policy is. Provide 20 examples of issues that might be subject to HR policies. Question 3 Summarise the ethical parameters that apply to ethics in a HR context. (100â150 words) Question 4 How can information technology be used in statistical analysis of human resource metrics? (50â100 words) Question 5 Outline 20 of the roles and responsibilities of human resources practitioners in relation to behaving in a responsible manner.
Please read the attached case study and answer the following questions below (NOT THE QUESTIONS AT THE END OF CASE): What type of performance appraisal is central to the new system at Xerox? Which, if any, of the criteria for a successful appraisal system does this new system have? Given the emphasis on employee development, what implications does this have for hiring and promotions? Do you think that it is ethical to utilize a forcedddistributionof ratings (as Xerox did in its old system) – particularly if the organization claims to “pay for performance”? Under what circumstances do you think it […]