Human resource management – project

 
MGT 394: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
PROJECT INSTRUCTIONS (100 POINTS)

In this course, we cover fifteen distinct topics related to human resource management (HRM),
examined in each of the fifteen chapters you are required to read (rewards and challenges of
HRM, strategy, EEO, job analysis and design, recruitment, selection, training and development,
performance management, compensation, pay, benefits, safety and health, employee rights and
discipline, labor relations, and international HRM). I would like you to examine a real world
organization and how it approaches as many of these HRM topics as you can. This can be a
company you work for (or have worked for in the past) or a company in which you can gather
enough information to discuss several (if not all) of these HRM topics. Once you have analyzed
and explained how the company approaches the different HRM issues, discuss why its current
approach is beneficial (i.e., what is the company doing right, why does it work). If the company
is doing a poor job with respect to some of the HRM topics, make recommendations regarding
how the organization could approach the topics/issues differently (i.e., suggest improvements).
You should consult the peer-reviewed journal literature to support your discussion and analysis
of the topics/issues, as well as any recommendations that you make. Please use 12-point Times
New Roman font, 1-inch margins, and double-space your work. There is no page limit for this
assignment. The more thorough you are however (depth of discussion and analysis, amount of
HRM issues you address, etc.), the better your grade will be. Likewise, reference support is very
important and the more references that you use, the better your grade will be. Include a reference
page (or multiple pages) listing all of the references that you used in alphabetical order and in
proper APA format. A grading rubric for the project is included below. 

Submission Folder”.  
Project Grading Rubric
Far Exceeds
Standards
Exceeds
Standards
Meets Standards
Fails to Meet
Standards
Thoroughness in
Addressing the HR
Issues
I will consider how
many HRM issues
you identify and how
detailed your
discussion is (i.e.,
how far into depth you
go) when you explain
how they are carried
out in the selected
organization.
Score:
Thoroughly
discusses,
evaluates, and
analyzes several
(if not all) of the
HRM issues
covered in this
course, as they
are carried out in
the selected
organization.
(45-50)
Discusses,
evaluates, and
analyzes most of
the HRM issues
covered in this
course, as they
are carried out in
the selected
organization, but
could have gone
into a bit more
depth.
(40-44)
Discusses,
evaluates, and
analyzes many of
the HRM issues
covered in this
course, as they
are carried out in
the selected
organization, but
could have gone
into much more
depth.
(35-39)
Identifies few, if
any, of the HRM
issues covered in
this course, as
they are carried
out in the selected
organization.
Fails to discuss,
evaluate, and
analyze the
issues; lacks a
significant degree
of depth.
(0-34)
Analysis/Discussion
of How Well the
Company
Provides a
thorough and
well-supported
Provides a
sufficient and
supported
Evaluates some of
the identified HRM
issues in the
Discusses few, if
any, of the
identified HRM

Approaches the
HRM Issues;
Recommendations
I will consider your
evaluation of each
HRM issue and the
number and quality of
recommendations.
Score:
discussion of how
well the company
approaches each
identified HRM
issue. Offers valid
and well-
supported
recommendations
when necessary.
(23-25)
discussion of how
well the company
approaches each
identified HRM
issue. Offers valid
recommendations
when necessary.
(20-22)
company, but
could have gone
into much more
depth, provided
more support,
and/or provided
several more
recommendations.
(17-19)
issues; Did not
address whether
the company is
doing a good job
with respect to the
issues. Offers few
(if any)
recommendations.
(0-16)
Peer-Reviewed
Journal Article
Reference Support
The more reference
support you use, the
better. The quality of
the journals is also
important.
Score:
Empirical
research from
multiple journal
articles provides
support for the
discussion and
recommendations
Several of the
journal articles
used come from
top-tier journals.
(23-25)
Some, but not all,
issues and
recommendations
are supported by
empirical research
from journal
articles. More
references could
have been used
and more could
have come from
top-tier journals.
(20-22)
Several issues
and
recommendations
lacked strong
support from the
empirical research
presented in
journal articles.
Most of the
articles come from
lower-level
journals.
(17-19)
Fails to support
the knowledge
associated with
each identified
issue and/or
recommendation.
The few articles
that were used
come from low-
level journals or
websites.
(0-16)
Total Score:
___ out of 100

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