Assignment 2Please read ALL directions below before starting your assignment. You may find it helpful to print a copy and cross off or highlight as you complete each expectation. Good luck!HRMN300 Assignment 2 – Spring 2019INSTRUCTIONS: Please submit your assignment as an attachment in your assignments folder. Your assignment cannot be accepted via messages, email or conferences. You must submit to the assignment link by the due date stated in the syllabus for credit. A missing assignment will be assigned a 0. Respond to all four questions below on a new, blank word processing document (such as MS Word). Develop each answer to the fullest extent possible, discussing the nuances of each topic and presenting your arguments logically. In addition, include citations from outside resources to support your arguments. Each answer should be robust and developed in-depth. You are expected to demonstrate critical thinking skills as well as an understanding of the issues identified. Some questions may also require personal reflection and practical application Your responses will be evaluated for content as well as grammar and punctuation. All writing must be your original work. PLEASE do not copy or quote anything. Sources are just that, a reference. Once you locate the information, read and interpret the data. What does it mean to you? Type your own thoughts and own words. Then, include in-text citations to support your ideas. This is not a research paper. FORMAT:Include a Cover Page with Name, Date, and Title of Assignment. Do not include the original question, only the question number. Each response should be written in complete sentences, double-spaced and spell-checked. Use 12-point Times New Roman font with 1-inch margins on all sides. Include page numbers according to APA formatting guidelines. In addition, you will want to include citations in APA format at the end of each answer. Include a minimum of 3 references for each answer. References should not be older than 5 years. Faculty to select four questions from the following list of nine.Delete this note and the five questions you are not using and post this document to the Week 6 Activities folder at the end of Week 5.Note: some questions have Part A and Part B. Question 1: Developing employees is different than training employees, though human resource functions often tend to group these activities together.Training and development are not always mutually exclusive, though they do have a different focus.Though training programs tend to be focused on improving employee performance in a current job, they may also be preparing employees for future assignments/jobs.In your own words, please describe how: a) employee development differs from training; b) how training options can be used to support employee development; and c) how training and development support career planning. Question 2: What is the human resource manager’s role in a career development program? What is the manager’s role in a career development program? Who is primarily responsible for employees’ career success and why? What factors may be involved?What are some challenges that organizations may face in creating and implementing a career development program? Question 3: A) Explain and discuss the differences between a traditional career and a protean career.Would employee development planning be different with protean versus traditional career development? If so, how might it be different? B) Think about your own career path.Did it follow more of a traditional or protean process? What development opportunities helped you reach your goals?How were they helpful? Question 4: A) Mentoring and coaching are two different types of relationships used to develop employees. Discuss (compare and contrast) the roles of mentor and coach. How are they similar?How are they different? How are they relevant to the career development process? Do you believe these programs should be formal or informal and why? B) Discuss your experience with coaching and mentoring. How does your organization use coaching and mentoring programs? Did you (or would you) find them effective in helping you achieve your career goals?How so? Question 5: Describe how a performance management system is different from an annual performance appraisal event.What makes it more effective? What happens when the entire process is not followed? What are some of the negative impacts of poorly conducted performance appraisals? Be detailed in your response and share few examples of what you have observed in your previous or current organizations.Discuss your personal experience with performance evaluations.How were your performance goals established?Was it limited to an annual appraisal or was there ongoing feedback?How did these factors influence your performance and motivation? Question 6: Imagine that you are preparing for your first performance feedback session with your employee.You want the session to be effective for the employee, so he/she will have the motivation and knowledge to improve performance.You also want to provide a valid, accurate evaluation of the employee’s performance.What are the steps that you would take to prepare for the session?What sources of data would you consider?Assume the role of the employee. How would you need to prepare for your performance evaluation meeting? Question 7: Discuss in detail the current “state of labor unions” in the United States? Include a synopsis of the history of unions in the US and include some of the important milestones in the movement’s history. What role should unions play in today’s work environment? What industries or occupations might benefit most from unionization and why? Question 8: A) Define and discuss in detail the two types of sexual harassment found in the workplace. Your answer should include the actions employers can take to create a legal defense and the actions a person subject to this type of treatment or who witnesses these actions can take. B) Evaluate the sexual harassment policies of your organization and the role of the human resource manager.How were they communicated?How were employees trained? Discuss your ideas to improve effectiveness in reducing sexual harassment. Question 9: Define the term “security” with respect to today’s workplace. Discuss in detail the actions an employer can take to minimize the risk of bullying and workplace violence. What are some other security concerns organizations face and how can these risks be mitigated? Discuss at least three strategies. Assignment 2: Essay ExamThis assignment will be posted to the Week 6 Activities by faculty at the end of Week 5.Format:Include a Cover Page with Name, Date, and Title of Assignment.Do not include the original question, only the question number.Each response should be written in complete sentences, double-spaced and spell-checked. Use 12-point Times New Roman font with 1-inch margins on all sides. Include page numbers according to APA formatting guidelines.In addition, you will want to include citations in APA format at the end of each answer. Include a minimum of 3 references for each answerRubric:CriteriaGrade A5 pointsGrade B4.25 pointsGrade C3.75 pointsGrade D3.25 pointsGrade F-0 pointsContent: Quality and relevance of answers to the question.Each part of each essay question is answered. Answers include no errors and are appropriate to the question and include substantive reflection and analysis. In-text citations are used to support each answer.Each part of each essay question is answered, but answers may include information not relevant to the question and/or incomplete analysis and reflection. There may be some minor errors. In-text citations are used to support most answers.Answers to some parts of essay questions may be incomplete or contain several errors. Irrelevant details may be included and/or reflection and analysis is weak. In-text citations are used to support some answers.Answers to most of the essay questions are incomplete and/or contain multiple errors. Reflection and analysis are absent for most answers. In-text citations not included.Answers to all essay questions are not answered or contain may errors.In-text citations are not included.Content: Thoroughness of answers.Each part of each essay question includes enough detail to support assertions and conclusions. Most of the needed details for each part of each essay question are included, but some may be missing.Some answers to essay questions may be brief and not include relevant details needed to answer each part of each question. Most answers to essay questions are very brief and do not include relevant details needed to answer each part of each question. None of the relevant details were included for any of the answers to essay questions Organization and logic of answers.Essay answers have a clear sense of order and organization. Each answer starts with an introductory sentence and ends with a concluding statement. Answers are clear and logical. It is very easy to follow the writer’s development of an argument. Transitions between ideas are clear and smooth.Essay answers are clear. Points are presented in a logical progression. It is easy to follow the writer’s development of an argument. Transitions between ideas are clear and smooth.There may be some minor problems with organization or logic, but reader can generally follow the writer’s development of an argument.There are several problems with organization or logic. Needs work on creating transitions between ideas.Organization of ideas is weak. Sentences may be rambling, and ideas may be repeated. Transitions between ideas are very difficult and confusing to follow.Writing Mechanics and use of language.Strictly adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: Conventions of written English, including, but not limited to capitalization and punctuation and spelling. No errors found. No jargon used.Adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: Conventions of written English, including capitalization and punctuation and spelling. One to three errors found.Minimally adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: Conventions of written English, including capitalization and punctuation and spelling. Over three errors found.Does not adhere to standard usage rules of mechanics: Conventions of written English, including capitalization and punctuation and spelling. Over ten errors found.Completely missing or incorrect.APA Guidelines for in-text citations and ReferencesThe paper correctly cites in-text and lists at least three resources on the References page. If additional sources are used, they are included correctly.The majority of in-text citations and references are properly cited; formatting is inconsistent/inaccurate in a few cases.References are cited but incorrectly under APA style. The student has either used another format or incorrectly applied the APA style guidelines.Inconsistent or missing in-text citations; fails to attribute an author’s word through APA citations. Completely missing or incorrect.Overall ScoreGrade A22.5 or moreGrade B20 or moreGrade C17.5 or moreGrade D15 or moreGrade F0 or moreLast time didn’t submit 3 references after each question so this time we don’t want to make mistake again.Also this is want I got as feedback last time for this class is that:Each part of each essay question is answered, but answers may include information not relevant to the question and/or incomplete analysis and reflection. There may be some minor errors. In-text citations are used to support most answers.Content: Thoroughness of answers.: Most of the needed details for each part of each essay question are included, but some may be missing.Organization and logic of answers.: There may be some minor problems with organization or logic, but reader can generally follow the writer’s development of an argument.Writing Mechanics: Adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: Conventions of written English, including capitalization and punctuation and spelling. One to three errors found.APA Guidelines for in-text citations and References: The paper correctly cites in-text and lists at least three resources on the References page. If additional sources are used, they are included correctly.So let’s make sure we can get no issue this time now Please.
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