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Final Project HR Plan: Week 8

DUE: Wednesday July 27, 2017 BEFORE 11:55 PM CST

Assignment Instructions:

Guidelines for HR Plan

Overview:

You have acquired a vast knowledge about multiple topics relevant to managers and HR employees. You will apply your learning by presenting an overall HR plan for an organization that you have chosen to work on throughout the course (fictitious or real). This is your opportunity to demonstrate your ability to consider and recommend actions to management on how the organization can be most competitive in the global environment by utilizing the organizations best asset; its human resources.

Development of the Plan

You will come up with a fictitious organization or you can use a real organization that is familiar throughout the course. The end product is a paper that presents a comprehensive HR plan for the organization that includes the concepts that you have learned from the text and outside resources.

Parameters for the organization:

You are free to describe the organization with which you will be associated. You will need to provide some level of detail of your organization. Use your general knowledge, coursework, and research to accomplish this.

⦁ Even though you are required to provide general organizational details, your primary function is human resources. Analyze based on this premise.

⦁ Assume that a core group of managers and employees (approximately 250) are already in place..

⦁ Your organization can produce a product or perform a service.

⦁ Requirements for the Overview of the organization

Description of what the organization does and organizational structure. Be specific. You may include an organizational chart.

⦁ How does the organization operate? How are tasks/work projects accomplished?

⦁ Is the organization domestic or international? Locations?

⦁ Who are the competitors?

⦁ What are the factors that you believe are critical to success in this organization?

⦁ What is the culture like?

⦁ How is information communicated?

⦁ Why would people want to work for this organization?

HR Topics that MUST be addressed in the paper

⦁ Recruitment and Selection: Include the job description and interview questions . A discussion and analysis of why and how you developed these tools must be included in the paper. Best practices based on the research and your text should be discussed.

⦁ Compensation and Benefits: Include the compensation package for each position. A discussion and analysis of why and how you developed these tools must be included in the paper. Best practices based on the research and your text should be discussed.

⦁ Performance Management: Include a performance appraisal and management system.A discussion and analysis of why and how you developed these tools must be included in the paper. Best practices based on the research and your text should be discussed.

⦁ Training Program: Include a training program overview. A discussion and analysis of why and how you developed these tools must be included in the paper. Best practices based on the research and your text should be discussed.

⦁ Other topics of interest for your plan: This is a free topic area. You can discuss union affiliation, diversity, succession planning, retention, or any topic that we have studied in the course that pertains to your plan.IMPORTANT!

Submit your work as an MS WORD ATTACHMENT in either a .doc, .docx, or .rtf format.

Please support your ideas, arguments, and opinions with independent research, include ten (10) supporting references or sources (NOT Wikipedia, unknown, or anonymous sources), format your work in proper APA format, include an abstract fo a 150 words or more, cover page, and a maximum of ten (10) pages of written content (12 point font) double spaced. Cite all listed references properly in text in accordance with the 6th edition of the APA manual, chapters 6 & 7. PLEASE be sure to read the instructions very very very very very CAREFULLY. Check for Spelling, Grammar and Punucuations, etc. References are ONLY Peer-Reviews, Journals and Scholarys. Please send receipt from turnitin.com for me please thank you.

LATE POLICY: No work will be accepted after the final day of class Management Program .

    Tone, Voice & Style Convincing academic and scholarly voice; sophisticated and varied sentence structure; vocabulary and tone that engages reader and conveys high mastery of subject; specific and appropriate audience is addressed; language is gender and culturally sensitive. Strong academic and scholarly voice that might be more consistent; sentence structure and vocabulary may need variation; language is gender and culturally sensitive; the level of sophistication in this category is less than above standard. Attempts made to sound academic, but diction is occasionally inappropriate interfering with meaning; sentence structure conveys meaning, is average in complexity;language might be more gender and culturally sensitive. Author’s voice is rarely or never academic or scholarly, but instead is conversational or otherwise inappropriate; vocabulary and tone may be inappropriate; sentence structure is elementary; frivolous word usage may be employed; language is rarely or never gender and culturally sensitive.  Spelling, Sentence Structure, & Mechanics Strong command of spelling and grammar, including verb tense, subject-verb agreement and punctuation; complex sentence structure with no mechanical errors to interfere with meaning. Strong command of spelling and grammar, including verb tense, subject-verb agreement and punctuation; sentence structures with few mechanical errors. Spelling and grammatical errors including verb tense, subject-verb agreement, incomplete sentences and punctuation problems that interfere with meaning. Rarely or never makes proper use of spelling and grammar, including verb tense, subject-verb agreement, complete sentences and punctuation which greatly interfere with meaning. 

Organization Paragraphs are economical, clear and concise with transitions, which flow seamlessly from one idea to another and encourage reader to continue reading. Paragraphs are clear and concise; transitions flow from one idea to another, but might be improved.  Lacks clarity and focus in paragraph construction; transitions are awkward. Little or no clarity or focus in paragraph construction; transitions are difficult or non-existent; overall presentation is disorderly and confusing.  Manuscript Preparation The work represents proper manuscript preparation and presentation in current editorial style as determined by the instructor (APA 6th Ed. or SPS Publishing Style), including, but not limited to the use of margins, font, indents, paragraph format, line spaces, punctuation, and representation of numbers The work often represents proper manuscript preparation and presentation in current editorial style as determined by the instructor (APA 6th Ed. or SPS Publishing Style), including, but not limited to the use of margins, font, indents, paragraph format, line spaces, punctuation, and representation of numbers The work sometimes represents proper manuscript preparation and presentation in current editorial style as determined by the instructor (APA 6th Ed. or SPS Publishing Style), including, but not limited to the use of margins, font, indents, paragraph format, line spaces, punctuation, and representation of numbers The work rarely or never represents proper manuscript preparation and presentation in current editorial style as determined by the instructor (APA 6th Ed. or SPS Publishing Style), including, but not limited to the use of margins, font, indents, paragraph format, line spaces, punctuation, and representation of numbers.

Manuscript Organization The author organizes and labels chapters, sections, and subsections using the APA recommended heading styles (chapters, sections, and subsections, and so on) are included or represented as defined by the assignment or required by the instructor The author often organizes and labels chapters, sections, and subsections using the APA recommended heading styles (chapters, sections, and subsections, and so on) are included or represented as defined by the assignment or required by the instructor The author sometimes organizes and labels chapters, sections, and subsections using the APA recommended heading styles (chapters, sections, and subsections, and so on) are included or represented as defined by the assignment or required by the instructor The author rarely or never organizes and labels chapters, sections, and subsections using the APA recommended heading styles (chapters, sections, and subsections, and so on) are included or represented as defined by the assignment or required by the instructor.

Presentation of Quotations Line and block quotations are properly formatted and cited correctly Line and block quotations are often properly formatted and cited correctly Line and block quotations sometimes are properly formatted and cited correctly Line and block quotations are not or are rarely properly formatted and cited correctly Presentation of Data Tables, charts, graphs, and figures are relevant, labeled and formatted correctly, and represent the data accurately Tables, charts, graphs, and figures are often relevant, labeled and formatted correctly, and represent the data accurately Tables, charts, graphs, and figures are sometimes relevant, labeled and formatted correctly, and represent the data accurately Tables, charts, graphs, and figures are not or are rarely relevant, labeled and formatted correctly, and represent the data accurately APA Points:  

Supporting Documentation The document shows significant support for the logic or argument with a variety of peer reviewed scholarly work with limited use of non scholarly work and is inclusive of a broad and deep range of scholars, including critique and opposition The document often shows support for the logic or argument with a variety of peer reviewed scholarly work with some use of non scholarly work and is somewhat dependent on a limited range of scholars, including critique and opposition The document sometimes shows support for the logic or argument with a variety of peer reviewed scholarly work with some use of non scholarly work and is often dependent on a limited range of scholars, including critique and opposition The document rarely or never shows support for of logic or argument with a variety of peer reviewed scholarly work, and or is reliant on non scholarly work, or a limited range of scholars, including critique and opposition.

 Sources Sources are scholarly, accurate, and relevantAll citations are listed in the reference section and all references are cited.The reference section is accurate Sources are often scholarly, accurate, and relevantAll citations are listed in the reference section and all references are cited.The references section is often accurate Sources are sometimes scholarly, accurate, and relevant to use in the paper.Most citations are listed in the reference section and most references are cited the reference section is sometimes inaccurate Sources, when used, are rarely or never scholarly, accurate, and relevant.Few citations are referenced, several references are not cited. The reference section is inaccurate.Quotation, Summary, & Paraphrase Proper use and relevance of quotation, summarization, and paraphrasing throughout Proper use of quotation, summarization, and paraphrasing is often used throughout Proper use of quotation, summarization, and paraphrasing is generally used throughout Proper use of quotation, summarization, and paraphrasing is rarely or never used throughout.

Thesis Statement & Research Question(s) Thesis statement or research question(s) is unbiased, focused and clearly stated without overstatement or hyperbole. Thesis statement or research question(s) is unbiased and clearly stated, but more precision is needed. Thesis statement or research question(s) is understood or implied, but lacks clarity and focus and requires improvement.  Thesis statement or research question(s) are not clearly stated.  Argument Academic argument is original and dynamic, sound and well developed. Academic argument is sound and developed, however is less innovative and dynamic. The implied academic argument is sound, but requires development. Academic argument is not developed and requires significant revision. 

Evidence & Support Information presented is relevant and accurate;Core concepts are expressed, explained, and used correctly; author uses appropriate sources to support and defend veracity of argument. Information presented is accurate and most often relevant; core concepts are expressed, explained, and used correctly. Information presented is generally relevant and accurate; core concepts are generally expressed, explained and used correctly, however more evidence is needed. Information presented is rarely or never relevant and is inaccurate; core concepts are rarely or never expressed, explained and used correctly; author often relies on statement of sources to defend position. 

Analysis & Synthesis of Data, Case, or Argument Author is sensitive to, explains, and responds to other points of view, limitations and assumptions inherent in the argument or logic thoroughly and in-depth; author conveys broader significance to community. Author is sensitive to, explains and responds to other points of view, limitations and assumptions inherent in the argument or logic. Author attempts to explain and respond to other points of view, limitations and assumptions inherent in the argument or logic, but does so inadequately. Author rarely or never explains and responds to other points of view, limitations and assumptions inherent in the argument or logic, or may do so inadequately; author may rely on generalizations to do the work of solid analysis. 

Conclusions, Recommendations, & Implications Author is sensitive to the implications or positions taken; conclusions and recommendations are explained by the author’s line of reasoning which has addressed all thesis statements or research question(s) proposed; author conveys broader relevance to community. Author’s conclusions and recommendations are often explained by the author’s line of reasoning and often responds to the thesis statement and to all research question(s) proposed. Author’s conclusions and recommendations are sometimes explained.

Author’s line of reasoning fails to respond to thesis statement or all research question(s) proposed fully. Author’s conclusions and recommendations are explained inadequately.Author’s line of reasoning fails to respond to thesis statement or research question(s) proposed fully.    







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