HRM/498 Strategic Human Resource Management and Emerging Issues

Strategic Plan
Create a 1,050- to 1,400-word strategic plan for your place of employment or a company with which you are familiar.
Include the following in your plan:
• Mission, vision, core values
• Environmental analysis
• Internal or external industry trends and economic factors
• Legal and legislative issues     Strategic Plan
Create a 1,050- to 1,400-word strategic plan for your place of employment or a company with which you are familiar.
Include the following in your plan:
• Mission, vision, core values
• Environmental analysis
• Internal or external industry trends and economic factors
• Legal and legislative issues

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HRM/498 STRATEGIC PLAN
HRM/498 STRATEGIC PLAN
HRM/498 STRATEGIC PLAN
HRM/498 Strategic Plan
Create a 1,050- to 1,400-word strategic plan for your place of employment or a company with which you are familiar.

HRM/498 Week 1

Individual: Strategic Plan

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Strategic Plan
Create a 1,050- to 1,400-word strategic plan for your place of employment or a company with which you are familiar.
Include the following in your plan:
    • Mission, vision, core values
    • Environmental analysis
    • Internal or external industry trends and economic factors
    • Legal and legislative issues
    • Internal or external technological changes
    • Demographic or labor trends
    • Social concerns, such as education, family or sustainability factors
    • Objectives
    • Financial
    • Strategic (Long-term/short-term goals)
Cite any sources according to APA formatting guidelines.
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HRM/498 EMPLOYEE PROFILE CASE STUDY
HRM/498 ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS EVALUATION
HRM/498 As a manager, you are tasked with creating a 350-word performance management plan for Employee 1 and Employee 2
HRM/498 As a manager, you are tasked with creating a 350-word performance management plan for Employee 1 and Employee 2

HRM/498 Week 2

Individual: Employee Profile Case Study

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Includes Option#2 - 708 words!

Includes Option#3 - 662 words!

As a manager, you are tasked with creating a 350-word performance management plan for Employee 1 and Employee 2.
    • Include how your management approach would change to fit the employees needs
    • Assess the approaches you would use to monitor the behavior of each employee
    • What are the legal implications?
    • How would you evaluate the effectiveness of your approach?
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Employee #1
Jimmy Brown is a manager with Solomon Industries, Inc., (SII) a supply company in South Carolina. SII serves as a warehouse for other companies that deliver and store their goods using SII's facility as temporary storage...

Employee #2
Michael Johnson was born in 1976 in Ohio. He has a technical background graduating in 1997 in computer science and moved to SC in 2010 with his new bride. his biological father. His mom worked two jobs almost 7 days a week until she...

 


Learning Teaml: Organizational Effectiveness Evaluation

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Select a company that interests your team. It can be your current organization or an organization that you are familiar with to complete the following assignment.
Research the company's HR website for internally and externally disseminated documents, mission and vision statements, and the company's core competencies.

You have been hired as an outside consultant to help this organization in evaluating and measuring their organizational effectiveness.
Write a 350-word assessment that answers the following:
    • Identify the organization's primary product or service
    • What is the companies overarching goal?
    • What are some tools and resources you would suggest the company use to evaluate

        and measure its effectiveness?
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HRM/498 COMPANY PROFILE ANALYSIS
HRM/498 COMPANY PROFILE ANALYSIS
HRM/498 COMPANY PROFILE ANALYSIS
HRM/498 Read the Delta Corporation Company Profile.
You are an HR representative at Delta Corporation. Your manager has asked you to analyze the company profile and address the following in 525 to 700 words

HRM/498 Week 3

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Individual: Company Profile Analysis

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Includes Option#2 - 522 words!

Includes Option#3 - 599 words!

Includes Option#4 - 616 words!
Read the Delta Corporation Company Profile.
You are an HR representative at Delta Corporation. Your manager has asked you to analyze the company profile and address the following in 525 to 700 words:
      • Assess the current company profile and identify any current or potential diversity

          issues
      • Evaluate why diversity is an issue
      • Create a strategy for recruiting a competent and diverse workforce for your

          company.
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HRM/498 EMERGING ISSUE
HRM/498 EMERGING ISSUE
HRM/498 EMERGING ISSUE Select an emerging issue from the following list or an issue of your choice:
• Affordable Care Act
• 30 hour workweek (Amazon)
• 4 day work week (10 hour days)
• $15 minimum wage
• Exempt law (Dec 1, 2016)
• New work force (Gen Z)
• Motivating Millennials in the work force
• Benefits for Employees (What they want)
• Social network vs. Company rights
HRM/498 EMERGING ISSUE Select an emerging issue from the following list or an issue of your choice:
• Affordable Care Act
• 30 hour workweek (Amazon)
• 4 day work week (10 hour days)
• $15 minimum wage
• Exempt law (Dec 1, 2016)
• New work force (Gen Z)
• Motivating Millennials in the work force
• Benefits for Employees (What they want)
• Social network vs. Company rights

HRM/498 Week 4

Learning Team: Emerging Issue

Option #1 - $15 minimum wage: 1,173 words!

Option #2 - $15 minimum wage: 1,024 words!

Select an emerging issue from the following list or an issue of your choice:
      • Affordable Care Act
      • 30 hour workweek (Amazon)
      • 4 day work week (10 hour days)
      • $15 minimum wage
      • Exempt law (Dec 1, 2016)
      • New work force (Gen Z)
      • Motivating Millennials in the work force
      • Benefits for Employees (What they want)
      • Social network vs. Company rights
Identify the relevant issues, stating assumptions if appropriate.

Note: The emphasis at this stage is on getting an overview of the issues involved.
Use the internet and the University Library to research your selected emerging issue.
Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper using your research in which you:
      • Analyze the cause or causes of the issue.
      • Assess alternatives -Identify and weigh alternative actions to "solve" the problem or

          "improve" the situation.
      • Recommend the best alternative and explain why.
      • State how and when the recommended action should be implemented.
Cite all sources according to APA formatting guidelines.
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HRM/498 STRATEGIC PLAN
HRM/498 STRATEGIC PLAN
HRM/498 STRATEGIC PLAN
American Plastics had fared rather worse than its competitors during the economic downturn. With revenue, quality, and productivity down, management set several goals to reverse the company's fortune. One area in need of improvement was human resources and "Janet," the newly appointed HR Director faced a daunting challenge: to quickly reinvent the Human Resources function, reposition it a strategic partner to
the business, and improve employee perceptions of her department.

HRM/498 - Week 5

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Individual: Strategic HRM Plan

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Includes Option#2 - 692 words!

Includes Option#3 - 781 words!

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American Plastics had fared rather worse than its competitors during the economic downturn. With revenue, quality, and productivity down, management set several goals to reverse the company's fortune. One area in need of improvement was human resources and "Janet," the newly appointed HR Director faced a daunting challenge: to quickly reinvent the Human Resources function, reposition it a strategic partner to
the business, and improve employee perceptions of her department.

 

Her predecessor retired after leading a major reduction in force causing a significant exodus of key talent, some unexpected. Janet was charged with finding a way to retain top talent and develop a steady but highly-qualified stream of candidates to fill regular as well as critical positions. The CEO agreed with her that differentiating the human
resources function was essential for the company's strategic plan to succeed.
In her first two weeks on the job Janet discovered:
• Job descriptions were inconsistent, long but vague lists of high level "duties and

    responsibilities" and qualifications
• Job titles didn't reflect the work people did, used instead as a framework for budgeting

    and compensation as many were doing unique work requiring different knowledge

    and skills.
• Aside from providing a coordinating function, human resources had outsourced

    recruiting to third parties who presented candidates based on their internet postings

    and other sources. No matter the level or criticality of the open position, human

    resources rarely conducted interviews or assessments before or after handing over the

    third party resumes to the hiring organization and would get involved again only when

    a candidate was selected.
• HR's participation in the onboarding process of new employees was limited to having

    them attend a half-day orientation session where, between a video and a slide

    presentation about the company, they filled out benefits-related, payroll, ID and other

    paper forms.
• Training and Development (T&D) had largely been outsourced to several companies

    that provided generic on-line courses.
• The recent departure of several mission-critical employees disclosed no systematic

    means of capturing expertise from employees; when they left, their knowledge left with

    them.
• The Performance Employee Evaluation Program didn't align with anything, was viewed

    by managers and individual contributors alike as a burdensome annual chore that

    interfered with people's "real jobs."
The management of talent is one of a handful of strategic services human resources can offer. The decline of traditional HR functions through automation, self-service, and outsourcing demands a "culture change" within human resources: adopt a business focus by an organization still structured largely around benefits administration, time and attendance reporting, labor cost processing, and similar transactional operations.
Write a communications plan not to exceed 1,050 words to support the strategy of American Plastics.
Justify why they were important for your strategic HRM planning process.
Recommend how to address these considerations.
Focus on resolution of the human resource management challenges in order to support operational strategies.
Cite all sources according to APA formatting guidelines.
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