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    Workforce Relations

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    Workforce Relations

     

    Write a 3-4 page analysis of a labor relations scenario and the impact of culture on unionization in the
    international workforce.

    Introduction

    Just as cultures are different, so are the labor laws and rules that govern employment processes in
    nations throughout the world. It is important to understand this point, so this assessment takes a closer
    look at South Korea as an example of global differences in workforce relations and unions to orientate
    you on the challenges HRM professionals encounter.

    Preparation

    For this assessment, consider the following scenario. CapraTek has several global HRM professionals on
    an extended assignment to Korea. The workforce in the Korean operation is relatively stable and has
    been non-union. Recently, a small group of employees has been moving in the direction of bringing a
    union to the operation. This group is looking to join a national trade union. That national union believes
    that if they could get into the organization through a small group or bargaining unit, then they could
    spread throughout the firm.

    In consulting with your U.S. employees in Korea, they shared that they simply did not know what would
    happen. In the past, this union had been able to improve the compensation and working conditions of
    some occupations, but not all. Also, the organization process had at times become contentious and
    disruptive. Soon after the labor ministry approved the pipefitter union group, the union went into two
    more departments. They sought to organize the electricians and the assemblers. The assemblers
    represent about 80 employees, while the electricians are a small number like the pipefitters.

    As union organizing activities began, the assemblers broke into two groups; one was sure that they
    wanted to become part of the union, while the other more seasoned portion of the group was not sure.
    The electricians did not want to say anything. They were unwilling to discuss activities with anyone in
    the firm but each other. This group of employees represented long-term employees who were well-
    compensated and often had a business on the side. They made an announcement through a letter to
    both the union organizer and the HRM that they had no interest in becoming part of the union. The
    assemblers went on for about two weeks and then the movement lost momentum as summer came and
    many people went on vacation. The assemblers notified the union and HRM that at this time they were
    unwilling to take a vote. During all of these activities you, as the senior HRM professional present,
    advised all management personnel on the labor code requirements with respect to organizational
    actions during organizing activities. All management personnel behaved professionally. There were no
    violations of the labor code in terms of organizing activates by management personnel.

    This assessment is not about what you as an HRM professional in a global setting should do when faced
    with a situation of this type. It is about what you learned from this small story of labor relations in the
    international workplace. We know what happened with the pipefitters. The assemblers seemed to be
    fast to respond and slow to act, finally choosing not to act at all. Present your views of what occurred in
    this situation with the following points in mind:

    In what ways was the union effective or ineffective in its organizing efforts? What are your
    reasons for your position?

    What lessons in union activities has CapraTek HR in Korea learned from this experience?

    What lessons has CapraTek corporate learned about dealing with international union organizing
    efforts? While union laws differ greatly from country to country, look at the general issues that
    might be applied to similar situations.

    What cultural factors might have played a role in this situation? Which factors were the most
    significant? How did culture influence this situation’s outcome?

    Instructions

    Include the following in this assessment:

    Evaluate the impact of culture on labor unionization.

    o What cultural differences did you find in your research on Korean culture? What role did
    culture play and how did it influence the outcome? What comparisons or differences
    can you make to U.S. culture?

    Analyze this scenario to support your position on the effectiveness of the labor union’s
    organizing attempt.

    o How much of this effectiveness is driven by the national culture?

    Analyze how workforce roles influence the attempt to organize labor unions.

    o What comparisons can you make to similar roles in the U.S., or what differences exist?

    Additional Requirements

    The deliverable for this assessment applies professional skills in HR to workplace situations that you will
    likely encounter in your day-to-day work in HRM. As part of your learning, we focus on the development
    of effective professional communication skills for the workplace.

    Length: 3–4 typed, double-spaced pages.

    Organization: Make sure that your assessment writing is well-organized, using headings and
    subheadings to organize content for the reader.

    Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12-point.

    Resources: Use at least two scholarly or academic sources.

    Evidence: Support your assertions with data and/or in-text citations and create a reference list
    at the end of your documents.

    APA formatting: Format resources and in-text citations according to
    APA Style and Format.
    Written communication:

    o Convey purpose, in an appropriate tone and style, incorporating supporting evidence
    and adhering to organizational, professional, and scholarly writing standards.

    o Write for a specific audience, using the vernacular of the profession.

    o Use spell-check and other tools to ensure correct spelling and grammar. Communication
    is thoughtful and free of errors that detract from the overall message. Understand the
    audience for each component and communicate appropriately.

    Competencies Measured

    By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the course
    competencies through the following assessment scoring guide criteria:

    Competency 1: Apply human resource principles and models in multiple contexts within a global
    environment.

    o Analyze how workforce roles influence the attempt to organize labor unions.

    Competency 2: Navigate the global legal and regulatory environment and its application to
    human resource practice.

    o Analyze this scenario to support your position on the effectiveness of the labor union’s
    organizing attempt.

    Competency 3: Develop an awareness of global cultures and effective practices for working
    across cultures.

    o Evaluate the impact of culture on labor unionization.

    Competency 4: Communicate in a manner that is professional and consistent with expectations
    for human resource professionals.

    o Articulate meaning relevant to the main topic, scope, and purpose of the prompt.

    o Support main points and conclusions with relevant and credible evidence.

    Note: Your instructor may use the
    Writing Feedback Tool when grading this assessment. The Writing
    Feedback Tool is designed to provide you with guidance and resources to develop your writing based on
    five core skills. You will find writing feedback in the Scoring Guide for the assessment, once your work
    has been evaluated.


    The following resources support the assessment, Workforce Relations, which analyzes international
    labor relations and the impact of culture on unionization, specifically in South Korea.

    Global HRM Interactions

    Dowling, P. J., Festing, M., & Engle, Sr., A. D. (2017). International human resource
    management (7th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage.

    o Chapter 9: International Industrial Relations and The Global Institutional Context.

    The following media pieces provide views of different cultures and communications when working
    internationally.

    Children Working in Factories
    .
    o Child laborers often worked long hours under dangerous conditions to help support
    their families before reform occurred with the help of labor organizers.

    Global map of World Cultures
    .
    o This map provides a reference point to key cultures and provides insight into some
    social nuances for each culture.

    Intercultural Communication
    .
    o These videos show real people talking about their experiences that involve differences
    between their culture and another culture they have either lived in or studied in. You
    will see there is a wide array of differences across the cultures of the world.

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    CEO Compensation in Private Sector Companies in North America

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    Compensation Project One

     

    This is an individual research paper of no more than 5 pages double spaced, font size 12. Use either APA or MLA method of citations and references. The five pages does not include the cover page and the references page. You must cite at least five legitimate research sources.  One of these sources can be the course text. Another source can be the course notes. DO NOT use the website “Canadian writings”.

     

    This project requires that you research CEO compensation in private sector companies in North America.  Private sector means firms whose shares are traded on a stock exchange.  They are “for profit” companies.

     

    You must demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of a typical CEO pay mix, the problems that are often associated with CEO compensation and your recommendations for how to address these problems.  You must apply at least two psychological or economic theories to your analysis and explain how your recommendations address the problems that you have identified. Appropriate application of citation methodology accounts for 10% of the mark.

     

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    Ethical Issues CapraTek

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    Ethical Issues

    Use the CapraTek: Ethical Issues simulation and SHRM’s Code of Ethics to complete a 2-3 page report
    involving a CapraTek employee and the ethical challenges she and the company face while setting up a
    new call center in India.

    Introduction

    Among the areas of differences that make global business challenging are the customs and traditions
    that contribute to the common ethical standards of each nation. Some nations operate within
    traditional cultures of relationship-based societies. This practice and others are major challenges for
    global HRM. In this assessment, you’ll view the ethical issues faced by CapraTek, an international
    technology business, as it expands in India.

    Preparation

    Complete the
    CapraTek: Ethical Issues simulation, which involves a CapraTek employee and the
    challenges she faces while setting up a new call center in India.

    Review the
    SHRM Code of Ethics as a guideline for your responses to the situation, and consider the
    following:

    Where did Rhonda make mistakes of judgment?

    Where did her actions seem clearly inappropriate in terms of accepting assistance?

    Where did CapraTek’s leadership guidance go wrong in this situation?

    What future dangers do Rhonda and CapraTek face in dealing with the local business
    community?

    Instructions

    Prepare a brief report that provides an analysis of the events at CapraTek and include the following:

    Analyze Rhonda’s ethical judgment to support your position on her conduct.

    o Include at least two areas of concern where she made mistakes and explain your
    rationale.

    Evaluate the impact of Rhonda’s ethical judgment and CapraTek’s policies in the host country.

    o Include at least two areas where the employee and company will be challenged in
    future business within the community.

    Additional Requirements

    The deliverable for this assessment applies professional skills in HRM to workplace situations which you
    will likely encounter in your day-to-day work. As part of your learning, we focus on the development of
    effective professional communication skills for the workplace.

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    Cultural Considerations

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    Use the CapraTek: Cultural Considerations simulation to write a 1-page email concerning a cultural issue
    faced by an American employee on a foreign assignment, and a 2-4 page analysis with
    recommendations for leadership addressing CapraTek’s gift policy.

    Introduction

    Employees on foreign assignments may deal with cultural beliefs, values, and norms that are different
    from those in the United States. Often times, cultural differences can create issues that conflict directly
    with the employee’s organizational policy as well as the laws of the land. Human resource (HR)
    professionals working for global businesses help create and manage expatriate conduct and compliance
    policies.

    Preparation

    Complete the
    CapraTek: Cultural Considerations simulation, which involves a sales director who received
    an expensive gift and is seeking guidance on what to do. The gift is part of the cultural norm of the host
    country, but it may violate CapraTek’s gift policy. You will write an email to the employee, and based on
    global cultural considerations, you will make recommendations to leadership regarding CapraTek’s gift
    policy.

    Instructions

    Analyze how Japanese culture views gift giving.

    o How do Japanese and U.S. attitudes toward gift gifting differ?

    Assess CapraTek’s gift policy and cultural implications to make a recommendation.

    o In your final draft of the e-mail to Jason Lin, make a recommendation of what to do
    about the gift. Please consider there may not be a perfect answer, and you may
    recommend a course of action that includes keeping the gift or one that favors returning
    it.

    o Whatever course of action you recommend, justify your recommendation based on
    both the cultural issues and CapraTek’s gift policy. Support your recommendation with
    scholarly or academic sources.

    Recommend modifications to CapraTek’s gift policy to avoid cultural conflicts.

    o Would a gift acceptance policy need to be specific to all the countries CapraTek resides
    in?

    Additional Requirements

    The deliverables for this assessment apply professional skills in HRM to workplace situations which you
    will likely encounter in your day-to-day work. As part of your learning, we focus on the development of
    effective professional communication skills for the workplace.

    Length:

    o The e-mail should be one page, single-spaced.

    o Your analysis and policy recommendations should be 2–4 typed, double-spaced pages,
    including the resources page.

    o Note: Both assessment components should be submitted as one document.

    Organization: Make sure that your assessment writing is well-organized, using headings and
    subheadings to organize content for the reader.

    Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12-point.

    Resources: Use at least two scholarly or academic sources.

    Evidence: Support your assertions with data and in-text citations, and create a reference list at
    the end of your documents.

    APA formatting: Format resources and in-text citations according to
    APA Style and Format.
    Written communication:

    o Convey purpose, in an appropriate tone and style, incorporating supporting evidence
    and adhering to organizational, professional, and scholarly writing standards.

    o Write for a specific audience, using the vernacular of the profession.

    o Use spell-check and other tools to ensure correct spelling and grammar.

    Competencies Measured

    By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the course
    competencies through the following assessment scoring guide criteria:

    Competency 1: Apply human resource principles and models in multiple contexts within a global
    environment.

    o Recommend modifications to CapraTek’s gift policy to avoid cultural conflicts.

    Competency 3: Develop an awareness of global cultures and effective practices for working
    across cultures.

    o Analyze how the Japanese culture views gift giving.

    o Assess CapraTek’s gift policy and cultural implications to make a recommendation.

    Competency 4: Communicate in a manner that is professional and consistent with expectations
    for human resource professionals.

    o Convey purpose, in an appropriate tone and style, incorporating supporting evidence
    and adhering to organizational, professional, and scholarly writing standards.

    Note: Your instructor may use the
    Writing Feedback Tool when grading this assessment. The Writing
    Feedback Tool is designed to provide you with guidance and resources to develop your writing based on
    five core skills. You will find writing feedback in the Scoring Guide for the assessment, once your work
    has been evaluated.

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    Management Plan Presentation

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    Management Plan PowerPoint Create a 10-12 slide PowerPoint with speaker’s notes for each slide, which provides an appropriate level

     

    of detail on your management plan. This assessment looks at the important topic of summarizing HR’s recommendations and plans for
    discrimination policies and presenting these to management for their approval. A key to an effective
    visual presentation is to summarize ideas so they are easily grasped by the audience while still capturing
    the main and critical points of the presentation. It is common that a similar presentation is also
    developed for keeping the employees up to date on these policies.
    Introduction CapraTek management is now anxious to review your plan for addressing legal issues. One key issue is
    clearly communicating this plan to employees. You have been tasked with developing a PowerPoint
    directed at upper management that provides an appropriate level of detail on your management plan.
    Instructions Determine the aspects that leadership is most interested in when deciding on elements of an HRM plan.
    Consider how to structure your message in a persuasive and convincing manner. The goal of our plan is
    to avoid the tort actions that you have previously analyzed.
    Address the appropriate audience, using familiar, discipline-specific language and terminology.
    Specifically, focus on the following issues:

    Identify weaknesses in current policies that risk legal action.

    Provide a summary of your recommended policies.

    Outline an updated plan that supports legal compliance and productivity.

    o Highlight the best practices that an organization can use to encourage equity in the
    workplace, (for example, inclusivity, multiculturalism, and ethical practices)

    o Describe how your plan promotes an ethical workplace culture that supports legal
    compliance and productivity.

    Propose measures of success for your management strategy.

    Assess how your plan will impact organizational mission and business performance.
    Review the HR Management Plan PowerPoint Scoring Guide as you complete this assessment to ensure
    that you have thoroughly addressed all grading criteria.
    You may find the following Capella Campus pages useful when completing this assessment:
    Capella University Library
    .
    Creating a PowerPoint presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
    .
    APA Style and Format
    .

    Introduction to the Writing Center. Additional Requirements The deliverable for this assessment applies professional skills in Human Resources Management (HRM)
    to workplace situations which you will likely encounter in your day-to-day work in HRM. As part of your
    learning, we focus on the development of effective, professional communication skills for the
    workplace.

    Length: Your PowerPoint presentation should be 10–12 slides and include narration on each
    slide that provides further detail explaining the items on each slide.

    Organization: Make sure that your writing is well-organized, using headings and subheadings to
    organize content for the reader.

    Font and font size: Times New Roman, 28-point for the slide and 12-point for the notes.

    Resources: Use two scholarly, peer-reviewed, or academic sources.

    Evidence: Support your assertions with data and/or in-text citations and create a reference list
    for the last slide.

    APA formatting: Resources and in-text citations are formatted according to current APA style
    and formatting.

    Written communication:

    o Support recommendation with relevant and credible evidence.

    o Write for a specific audience, using the vernacular of the profession.

    o Use spell-check and other tools to ensure correct spelling and grammar.
    Competencies Measured By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following
    course competencies and scoring guide criteria:

    Competency 1: Analyze the makeup of a legally compliant workplace on organizational
    performance and productivity.

    o Summarize the best practices in an HR plan that encourages equity in the workplace.

    Competency 2: Assess the nature of workplace legal action.

    o Relate weaknesses and gaps in HR policies and the potential for workplace legal action.

    Competency 4: Formulate action plans to implement management strategies to create a legally
    compliant workplace.

    o Assess how an HR management plan will impact an organization’s mission and business
    performance.

    o Propose measures of success for the management strategy.

    o Outline an updated plan that promotes an ethical workplace culture and supports legal
    compliance and productivity.

    Competency 5: Communicate in a manner that is professional and consistent with expectations
    for HR professionals.

    o Address the appropriate audience, using familiar, discipline-specific language and
    terminology.
    Faculty will use the scoring guide to review your deliverable as if they were your immediate supervisor.
    Review the scoring guide prior to developing and submitting your assessment.

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    Define a Literature Review

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    Understanding the literature review is the foundation of academic inquiry (Xiao and Watson, 2017). The literature review grounds your topic of interest with academic historical research from previous authors. This is where the saying of ‘Stand on the shoulders of giants’ comes into your research. Standing on the shoulders of giants could be as far back as Socrates and his philosophies or Newton and his determination of the universe. Every area of study has giants or ‘thinkers’ that have come to be accepted as reliable sources to follow. In this assignment, you will delve into the sea of knowledge to uncover the complexity and understanding of reviewing the literature and developing your knowledge in writing.

    The assignment is to conduct your own research first with the resources provided, and then any additional research you add and determine the following:

    What is a literature review?
    Why is a certain type of literature used?
    What must you include in a literature review?
    How do you find the information for a literature review?
    Use the items above as headings in an APA formatted paper with a title page and reference page, plus a minimum of three pages and maximum five pages of content.

    Length: 3-5 pages

    References: Include a minimum of 5 scholarly resources

    Your essay should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts that are presented in the course and provide new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect graduate-level writing and APA standard

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    Assessment 6: Interpretation of Survey Results

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    Assessment 6 Instructions: Interpretation of Survey Results

     

    Provide a 5-7 page summary paper that integrates your findings from Assessments 1-4. This paper will describe how the survey was conducted as well as the results of the survey.

    Introduction

    In this assessment, you will integrate your findings from Assessments 1–4 and describe how the survey was conducted. You will also reflect on the limitations of the survey and think about potential improvements for a future study.

    Demonstration of Proficiency

    By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies through the following assessment scoring guide criteria.

    • Competency 1: Interpret a data set’s central tendency and variability using descriptive statistical procedures.
      • Interpret summary statistics for all survey questions.
    • Competency 2: Evaluate the adequacy of data collection methods.
      • Evaluate constraints or limitations of conclusions based on survey results.
    • Competency 3: Derive logical conclusions for inferential statistical calculations.
      • Derive logical conclusions for inferential statistical calculations.
    • Competency 4: Solve problems in your personal and professional life by applying statistical procedures.
      • Interpret statistical analysis of data to explain the meaning of the survey results.
      • Explain the significance of survey results to research goals addressing an issue in one’s personal or professional life.
    • Competency 5: Evaluate statistical arguments.
      • Recommend future study to further examine an issue in one’s personal or professional life.

     

    In Assessments 1–4, you have gone through all steps from proposing a survey to producing and evaluating the survey data. For this assessment, you will analyze and integrate your findings from the previous components in Assessments 1–4. Write your paper from the viewpoint that you are presenting the information to an audience that is interested in your results. Include graphical representations as well as an explanation of descriptive and inferential measures, relating these components to the context of your survey. Only make claims that the data you collected can support.

    The goal of your analysis and interpretation is to take the data that was collected and turn it into useful and usable information. Look for lessons that you learned from your data collection and results. What did you learn about the participants? What surprised you? Did you expect any of the results? Are there issues that arose that you did not understand? These may require further, more in-depth research. Discuss any limitations of the study.

    In your paper:

    • Interpret and communicate your results to your target audience.
    • Include a brief summary of your population, sampling techniques, and survey.
    • Communicate results, interpretation, and analysis of all assessments, including graphs (circle, bar, histogram), measures of central tendency, measures of variation, confidence intervals, and hypothesis tests.

    Your paper should contain both a summary of results and an interpretation and analysis of the results. Every survey question should be addressed in your interpretation. You will not be able to comment on every little finding, so you will have to make some judgments about what might be the most interesting or revealing results.

    Formatting Instructions

    Submit a 5–7 page, double-spaced paper that includes the following sections:

    1. Title Page.
    2. Brief Overview of Survey. Briefly describe the overall goal of the study, population, sampling techniques, and survey.
    3. Findings and Results.Summarize the results of the survey.
      • State each question asked and the proportions and sample sizes for the binary questions; and the means, standard deviations, and sample sizes for the quantitative questions.
      • State the confidence interval for each question and/or the results of the significance tests for each question.
    4. Analysis of Results. Interpret and analyze survey results.
      • What did you learn from your survey?
      • What conclusions could you reach based on the survey results?
      • What surprised you?
      • Did you expect any of the results?
      • Are there issues that arose that you did not understand?
      • How did the study relate to the issue in your personal or professional life that you wanted to examine?
    5. Limitations and Constraints of the Study. Consider to what extent the survey gave you reliable information about the population.
      • Review whether your questions were clearly stated and unambiguous.
      • Explain whether the sample method was appropriate for the type of survey.
      • Discuss to what extent the information the data generator produced is realistic.
    6. Recommendations for Future Study.What further study would help you examine the issue of interest in this study?

     

     

    SCORING GUIDE

    Interpretation of Survey Results Scoring Guide

    CRITERIA NON-PERFORMANCE BASIC PROFICIENT DISTINGUISHED
    Interpret summary statistics for all survey questions. Does not interpret summary statistics for all survey questions. Identifies but does not interpret summary statistics for all survey questions. Interprets summary statistics for all survey questions. Interprets summary statistics for all survey questions and provides additional explanations concerning the summaries.
    Interpret statistical analysis of data to explain the meaning of the survey results. Does not report statistical analysis of data. Reports statistical analysis of data, but does not interpret the meaning of those findings. Interprets statistical analysis of data to explain the meaning of the survey results. Interprets statistical analysis of data to explain the meaning of the survey results and describes the rationale for those interpretations.
    Derive logical conclusions for inferential statistical calculations. Does not derive conclusions for inferential statistical calculations. Derives conclusions for inferential statistical calculations, but it is unclear if the conclusions are logical. Derives logical conclusions for inferential statistical calculations. Derives logical conclusions for inferential statistical calculations, and justifies those conclusions.
    Evaluate constraints or limitations of conclusions based on survey results. Does not list constraints or limitations of conclusions based on survey results. Lists but does not evaluate constraints or limitations of conclusions based on survey results. Evaluates constraints or limitations of conclusions based on survey results. Evaluates constraints or limitations of conclusions based on survey results and explains how changes in study design might have strengthened the statistical arguments supporting those conclusions.
    Explain the significance of survey results to research goals addressing an issue in one’s personal or professional life. Does not identify a relationship of survey results to research goals. Identifies a relationship of survey results to research goals, but does not explain their significance to address an issue in one’s personal or professional life. Explains the significance of survey results to research goals addressing an issue in one’s personal or professional life. Explains the significance of survey results to research goals addressing issues in one’s personal or professional life and proposes additions or changes to the study that would help increase the value of the results.
    Recommend future study to further examine an issue in one’s personal or professional life. Does not recommend future study. Recommends future study but does not explain its usefulness for further examination of an issue in one’s personal or professional life. Recommends future study to further examine an issue in one’s personal or professional life. Recommends future study to further examine an issue in one’s personal or professional life and provides a rationale for why this is appropriate.

     

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    Assessment 5: Evaluating Studies

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    Assessment 5 Instructions: Evaluating Studies

    Evaluate a statistical study.

    Introduction

    In this assessment, you will demonstrate your ability to critically evaluate surveys and their statistical findings. In the process, you will get to know important terms and methods that are used when conducting a survey and when presenting a report based on an evaluation of a survey and its statistical findings.

    Demonstration of Proficiency

    By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies through the following assessment scoring guide criteria.

    • Competency 2: Evaluate the adequacy of data collection methods.
      • Assess the appropriateness of a sample to represent a population.
      • Explain the rationale for using a particular sampling technique.
    • Competency 5: Evaluate statistical arguments.
      • Interpret the meaning of the confidence interval in the context of survey results.
      • Evaluate the impact of question wording on participants’ responses.
      • Evaluate a study for evidence of bias.

    This assessment is somewhat independent of the other assessments so far, in the sense that it does not involve your own survey. Instead, you will produce a report based on an evaluation of a Gallup survey and its statistical findings. Gallup reports on a variety of polls with explanations of the survey methods. Categories of polls include politics, economy, well-being, health care law, taxes, federal budget, and many other subjects.

    For Assessment 5, you need to select a survey from Gallup then analyze it. You will find links to the most recent topics on the Gallup home page. https://www.gallup.com/home.aspx   You can search for surveys by keyword; alternatively, click on the news link at the bottom of the page and search by topic. Make sure the topic you select contains information about survey methods, particularly the sample size, sampling method, and margin of error.

    To prepare for this assessment, go to the Gallup home page and do the following:

    • Review a variety of polls on the site. https://www.gallup.com/home.aspx
    • Choose a poll to report on that closely aligns to your field of study or area of professional interest.
    • Review the information in the Survey Methods section of the article. This section details how the study was conducted. Also, study all information contained in additional links at the bottom of this section. You will use this information to complete your assessment.

    Then, answer the following questions about the Gallup poll you selected:

    • What was the purpose of the poll? Write a brief summary. Include the title and link to the article within your summary.
    • What were the population and sample? Why is this sample appropriate for the population? What was the sample size? Was the sample size large enough to reflect the opinions of the population?
    • Were the results parameters or statistics? Why?
    • What type of sampling technique was used (for example, stratified, clustered, random, convenience, or systematic)? Why was this technique used? How were the subjects contacted? Was this method appropriate?
    • What was the confidence interval and margin of error? Interpret what the confidence interval means as it relates to the context of the survey.
    • What were the exact questions asked? Do you think the wording of the questions influenced the participants’ responses?
    • Did you find any evidence of bias in the poll? If so, describe the source of the bias. If not, how was bias avoided?

     

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    CapraTek Case Analysis

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    Case Analysis Write a 4-5 page report that analyzes a workplace incident; develop a general discrimination policy, and

     

    modify existing communication, training, and reporting procedures to ensure a legally compliant
    workplace.
    The harsh reality of today’s work environment is that organizations are dealing with a variety of issues
    that require strong policies. In the scenario for this assessment, you will get to explore one of these
    situations and recommend changes to existing policies to deal with issues like this one.
    Some assessments in this course are based on the CapraTek Workplace Discrimination simulation (see
    the second resource activity in Assessment 3 for more information). The assessments build on each
    other and must be completed in sequence.
    Introduction Because of the glowing review you received about the job aid you developed, your boss has charged you
    with assessing a workplace incident involving several CapraTek policies.
    Instructions Based on the CapraTek: Workplace Discrimination incident, restructure CapraTek’s HRMM policies and
    procedures to better protect the organization and its employees.
    Address the following elements in your 4–5 page report:
    Analyze how the policies and mission are communicated at CapraTek (Employee handbook,
    meetings, training, medium, location, format, et cetera).

    Analyze the content within CapraTek’s training events and artifacts.

    Evaluate CapraTek’s reporting and investigation procedures in relation to how they protect both
    the company and employees.

    Analyze how effective your HR management plan job aid would have been if applied to
    CapraTek. (Identify how you would gauge the effectiveness of the Community Hospital job aid, if
    it were applied to this CapraTek incident.)

    Modify CapraTek’s HR management plan, where needed, to better protect the organization and
    its employees.
    Review the HRM Case Analysis Scoring Guide to ensure that you have completely addressed the grading
    criteria of this assessment before submitting it for a grade.
    You may find the following Capella Campus pages useful when completing this assessment:
    Capella University Library
    .
    APA Style and Format
    . Additional Requirements

    The deliverable for this assessment applies professional skills in Human Resources Management (HRM)
    to workplace situations which you will likely encounter in your day-to-day work in HRM. As part of your
    learning, we focus on the development of effective professional communication skills for the workplace:

    Length: Your report should be 4–5 typed, double-spaced pages, including the resources page.

    Organization: Make sure that your assessment writing is well-organized, using headings and
    subheadings to organize content for the reader.

    Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12-point.

    Resources: Use two scholarly, peer-reviewed or academic sources.

    Evidence: Support your assertions with data and in-text citations, and create a reference list at
    the end of your documents.

    APA formatting: Resources and in-text citations are formatted according to current APA style
    and formatting.

    Written communication:

    o Support recommendation with relevant and credible evidence.

    o Write for a specific audience, using the vernacular of the profession.

    o Use spell-check and other tools to ensure correct spelling and grammar.
    Competencies Measured By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following
    course competencies and scoring guide criteria:

    Competency 2: Assess the nature of workplace legal action.

    o Assess risk of legal action due to communication gaps in the CapraTek mission and
    policies.

    o Evaluate the legal risk due to content gaps within CapraTek’s training events and
    artifacts.

    Competency 3: Apply the strategies and tactics for conducting legally compliant workplace
    investigations.

    o Evaluate an organization’s reporting and investigation procedures in relation to how
    they protect both the company and employees.

    Competency 4: Formulate action plans to implement management strategies to create a legally
    compliant workplace.

    o Modify CapraTek’s HR management plan so it is legally compliant with applicable laws.

    Competency 5: Communicate in a manner that is professional and consistent with expectations
    for HR professionals.

    o Write concisely and directly, using active voice.
    o Adhere to the rules of grammar, usage, and mechanics.
    Note: Faculty may use the Writing Feedback Tool when grading this assessment. The Writing Feedback
    Tool is designed to provide you with guidance and resources to develop your writing based on five core
    skills. You will find writing feedback in the Scoring Guide for the assessment, once your work has been
    evaluated.

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