Human Resource

[Solved] Group Development.

Imagine that you have worked to increase the effectiveness of your organization through the company’s use of individuals and teams, and now you and your colleagues have the opportunity to present your best practices and lessons learned at a national business leader’s conference.Create an 8- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with detailed speaker notes in which you:Explain the difference between individuals and teams as they are used in an organization.Explain how individuals and teams can be used effectively in an organization.Describe the 5 phases of group development.List strategies and practices a company could implement to build and maintain individual and team performance.Explain how the strategies and practices you identified help engage employees through the phases of group development.Title slide, nor reference slide count towards number of slides required.Cite 2 reputable references to support your presentation (e.g., trade or industry publications; government or agency websites; scholarly works; your textbook, Organizational Behavior in Health Care (4th ed.); or other sources of similar quality).Format your citations according to APA guidelines. Include a title slide, detailed speaker notes, and a reference slide.Submit your assignment.

Nov 30th, 2021

Human Resource

[Solved] Interpersonal And Environmental Levels

Please select one health behavior that you would like to change as a group. Then, please apply the socio-ecological framework to describe at least one intervention you would recommend at each of the three main levels of the framework (intrapersonal, interpersonal and environment levels) if you wanted to change your selected health behavior in a rural population. For each intervention you choose, please answer the following questions:1) Which health behavior models/theories/concepts will you incorporate into the intervention? Please also describe HOW you would incorporate these concepts into your intervention.2) What are some key stakeholders you would need to consider when developing this intervention in a rural setting? It may be helpful to review Chapter 4 in your textbook.Please summarize your responses in a 2-3 page double spaced typed paper using 12-pt. Arial or Times Roman font. Please be sure to cite your sources (both textbook and outside sources) in APA format.

Nov 27th, 2021

Human Resource

[Solved] A Good Company

Tell us the name and ticker symbol of the company that you selected for analysis. What is their vision and/or mission statement? What does your company do to make money?Why did you choose this company? What drew you to it and why do you think this is a good company to choose?What do you think of classmates’ choices?

Nov 25th, 2021

Human Resource

[Solved] Theoretical Practice Models

Theoretical Practice ModelsThere are a wide range of organizational management theories. Theories generally address the application of concepts or beliefs to the roles of managers and employees, the values and goals of the organization, and the practical application of abstract concepts to real-world situations.In your initial post, compare the primary concepts of social learning theory or transformational leadership theory to one of the management theories discussed in your text. Identify a specific human services organization and explain how each theory would apply to that organization.

Nov 22nd, 2021

Human Resource

[Solved] Organization and The Employee

Quality creates value for the organization and the employee. This requires working with the organization to investigate issues and explore ways to improve processes. Create a fishbone diagram that reflects this scenario. Then discuss the value of your cause and effect diagram to the investigation. In 200–300 words, describe what it shows. What two major issues are revealed?A young mother arrives at the emergency room @0800. The registrar was able to obtain her information 0815. The patient did not appear to be in obvious distress and was placed in a room until she could be triaged by one of the nurses 0820. The registrar then left for the day 0900. The triage nurse was not notified. The patient waited for over 2 hours before exiting the room and collapsing on the floor 1020. The patient was then rushed into an ER exam room 1025. Her attending physician was unaware of her complaint and ordered lab work 1100. He justified treating the patient under implied consent as the patient was unresponsive. Patient regained consciousness 1115. At 1130, the patient reported that she was having stomach pains, and a CT of the abdomen was ordered and performed at 1220. A pregnancy test was administered at 1330 (1:30 p.m.). Match the occurrence by placing the assigned number where it would have occurred on the fishbone diagram.1) Pt arrives2) Pregnancy test administered3) Pt collapses (unattended)4) In exam room5) Lab work ordered6) CT of abdomen7) Pt regains consciousness8) Pt left in room (unscreened)

Nov 21st, 2021

Human Resource

[Solved] Automation on Jobs

Organisational performance and culture in practice This unit assignment explores the connections between organisational structure and the wider world of work in a commercial context. It highlights the factors and trends, including the digital environment, that impact on business strategy and workforce planning, recognising the influence of culture, employee wellbeing and behaviour in delivering change and organisational performance.C insightWorkplace technology: the employee experience (July 2020)Our research looks at technology adoption and use at work, in addition to role in supporting organisations and their workforce.The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown a spotlight on technology as an enabler of work with many organisations turning to its use for flexible and remote working. However, these circumstances have also revealed other issues such as productivity, work life balance, workforce engagement and wellbeing which must all be considered when new technology use is introduced in the workplace.Taken together with the broader theme of increasing digitisation and technical advancement, organisations and people professionals need to understand how workplace technology is impacting their workforce if they are to drive and support the best outcomes for their people and business.https://www.cipd.co.uk/knowledge/work/technology/workplace-technology-employeeTechnology and the future of work (January 2021)How artificial intelligence (AI), robots and automation are shaping the world of work, the ethical considerations and the role of people professionals.Much has been said about the potential impact of AI, robots and automation on jobs and the future of work. A common view is that many jobs are at risk of being taken over by machines, potentially leading to large-scale job losses. Our research shows that while there are risks, there are at least as many opportunities to increase the number and quality of jobs. No doubt these technologies will change the nature of work as we know it. This change needs a proper people strategy led by people professionals.This factsheet describes some of the technologies that are having an impact on the world of work. It looks at the ethical implications of using these technologies in the workplace and considers the role of people professionals in shaping the future of work forhumans.https://www.cipd.co.uk/knowledge/work/technology/emerging-future-work-factsheetLevel 5 Associate Diplom4Workforce planning (November 2020) Explores the benefits of workforce planning, the activities involved and the stages of the workforce planning process. Workforce planning is a core business process which aligns changing organisation needs with people strategy. It can be the most effec to be complicated and can be adjusted to suit the size and maturity of any organisation. It can provide market and industry intelligence to help organisations focus on a range of challenges and issues and prepare for initiatives to support longer term business goals. This factsheet examines the concept of workforce planning. It distinguishes between strategic and operational workforce planning, ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ workforce planning, which work together to generate and analyse information before planning actions. It also explores the stages of the workforce planning process and highlights key issues and action points for implementation

Nov 19th, 2021

Human Resource

[Solved] The Employment Law

Research Paper Template:Research paper sample templates typically include seven sections: Title page, Abstract, Introduction, Literature Review (the body of your paper), Conclusion, References, and Appendices.It’s best to create a Microsoft Word document, using this template so your paper stays organized. Note that the Title Page, Abstract, References, and Appendices go on their OWN page. Your paper must be at least 12 pages of written text in 12 point Times New Roman font, excluding your cover page, references, and appendices.Write your abstract last. The abstract is a 100 word summary of your paper and is intended to give a quick summary to a reader about the focus of your paper — and so you cannot write that until your paper is complete. The abstract may include a sentence from your introduction and one from your conclusion, but it should be no more than a paragraph.To keep your paper organized, you will take each research question and write it as a subheading in your literature review. For example, if a research question is “How has the implementation of various employment laws impacted the human resource management profession?” the subheading in your literature review could read, “The History of Employment Law.”The conclusion should nicely wrap up your paper in a couple of paragraphs. It should not be longer than 3 paragraphs (1 page), and should not introduce new material.Write your reference list first. Since you are gathering references now, create your list in APA style from the beginning – put it in alphabetical order by author last name – and you will save time later. There’s nothing worse than having to go back to the library to find the APA required information on a source you could have gathered the first time around! Note that a reference list is the same as the bibliography or works cited.Some papers may not have an appendix section. It depends upon your topic. In most cases, appendices are used to present tables and charts that don’t fit nicely into the text of the paper itself, or to provide a sample of a survey used or interview questions posed.Reference List:In order to give appropriate credit to authors, you will follow APA style for this paper. You should use the current APA manual for details. Below are a few key points related to your reference list, but The Bedford Handbook provides more detail and examples.Only include the author’s last name and first name initial. For example, Micera, R. (2008)Tab in 5 spaces the second and subsequent line of each reference.Put in alphabetical order by author last name; if you don’t have an author’s last name, use the first word of the title of the article. For example, Students Protest over College Admissions Policies (2012, April 15) should be alphabetized under the letter “S”.If you are using an Internet source, list the reference, followed by the date of retrieval and the website. For example, Retrieved January 27, 2014 from the Department of Labor website, www.dol.gov.Your final reference list should include only those references you actually cite in your paper.

Nov 18th, 2021

Human Resource

[Solved] Regulating Employee Benefits

based upon the content for the week, conduct external research and apply what you have learned. Do you agree or disagree with the company’s approach? The paper should be at least 1 page. Be sure to include references.

Nov 18th, 2021

Human Resource

[Solved] Multinational Companies

Q1. How do the MNCs adopt/face/respond to Industrial relations/labour relations policies of host countries they operate in, especially if the parent country and host countries have contrasting views on the role of unions? (For instance, Home country is low unionized/anti-union and Host country is unionized/pro-union and vice versa)Q2. Based on your research provide suggestion on how the MNCs can overcome the industrial relation challenges faced in host country.

Nov 18th, 2021

Human Resource

[Solved] Labour Relations Policies

Students will write a 1500-word report concerning the following issues:Q1. How do the MNCs adopt/face/respond to Industrial relations/labour relations policies of host countries they operate in, especially if the parent country and host countries have contrasting views on the role of unions? (For instance, Home country is low unionized/anti-union and Host country is unionized/pro-union and vice versa)Q2. Based on your research provide suggestion on how the MNCs can overcome the industrial relation challenges faced in host country.

Nov 18th, 2021

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