Imagine you have been selected to conduct a recruiting and staffing training program for a group of new human resource management (HRM) employees at a health care company. You need to prepare a proposal for the organization outlining your strategy for the training program. Write a six to eight (6-8) page paper in which you: Create an overview of the process and steps involved in human resource planning, recruiting, interviewing, selecting, and hiring of employees. Develop a comprehensive strategy for training new employees. Focusing on the role of the new employees within the organization. Propose two to four (2-4) training […]
For each assignment, you will use the M.U.S.E. link to complete the lab. In this lab, you will see the time progression of industrialization and human development to help you write up a scientific paper that centers on the following: If current human development does not change, will groundwater sustainability be affected? Human Impacts on the Sustainability of Groundwater Sustainability is based on a simple principle: Everything that is needed for survival and well-being depends either directly or indirectly on the natural environment. Sustainability creates and maintains the conditions under which humans and nature can exist in productive harmony, while […]
Suppose you were contracted by a local medium-sized business to speak with its business unit leaders about the importance of resource permissions in organizations. In your first moments on the job, you learn from a senior-level employee that the company just experienced a data theft incident at the hands of an employee, primarily due to the lack of permissions and resource segregation in the company. You later learn that there are multiple file servers on the network on which full control permissions are applied for the domain “Everyone” group. Write a two to three (2-3) page paper in which you: […]
Have you ever heard the term or saying “straight but not narrow”? This is an example of a statement of being an ally—recognizing one’s unique position of privilege yet standing with others who are oppressed. By taking this course, you have started the process of becoming an ally. Evan and Washington (2013) identify the steps toward being an ally, which include being supportive of those who are unlike you, learning about other cultures, becoming aware of the oppression and marginalization, and becoming aware of one’s own privilege. Getting involved in issues is part of that process. You will consider how […]
Resource constraints can be a huge burden on a project, sometimes causing project issues and/or project failures. Discuss some of the impacts of resource constrained projects and what the project manager can do to understand if there is a potential problem. What can a company and/or a project manager do to help alleviate this problem? Justify your responses.
Does gender play a role in how we approach ethical questions? If so, has the male perspective dominated ethical theory? Would our approach to ethical questions change if we took more account of the female point of view? We will consider questions like these concerning the significance of gender to ethics by examining “feminist” theories, such as “care ethics”. These try to open up the ways in which the female perspective has tended to be marginalized in ethical discussions, and to show how that might be brought back in
Review the model of Strategic Management of Human Resources and describe how it impacts an organization. 3 Pages excluding cover page, abstract page, and reference page. Students need to support their work with at least 4 academic or professional peer–reviewed sources published within the past five years. APA format. http://banhttp://bankofinfo.com/13-models-of-strategic-human-resource-management/kofinfo.com/13-models-of-strategic-human-resource-management/ Above is a link to varoius HR mode can review this for the assignment.
Your task for this part of the assessment item is to answer the following two questions. Each question will carry equal (20 marks) and your answer for each question should be around 1000 words: Identify five common project risk strategies employed to address threats that your project may face. Give an example of each. Projects are often completed late. Describe the techniques you would use as a project manager to improve the accuracy and reliability of your project schedule. In responding to the above points, be sure to: Critique project theory based on your experience and understanding. This is important […]
You have been hired by a company as a Human Resource Generalist to create a Human Resources Department for the organization. You will be the only employee in this department for the foreseeable future. Create a 6-month plan of things you want to focus on. This can be in a timeline structure (with detailed notes) or as a proposal. Identify at least three (3) factors that need to be considered in the formulation of this department. Include at least four (4) different disciplines that are in the structure of a Human Resources Department and a brief description of each. Explain […]
Resource development professionals must be particularly sensitive to societal, political, and technological events and changes, given that many of them influence how and why donors give. For example, a change in political leadership might prompt new donors to give. Similarly, a technological advancement might make it easier for resource development professionals to cultivate, educate, and solicit donors. As a result, resource development professionals must adapt their strategies based on societal, political, and technological events and changes, ultimately creating new trends in resource development. Review the article “When Venture Philanthropy Rocks the Ivory Tower,” and consider how new types of donors […]