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You are the new HR Business Partner at a fictitious medium-size organization and it is your job to create an original (not copied from the text or other sources) handbook with many of the tools needed in the strategic staffing process. The body of the project should develop the following staffing tools: ? A definition of strategic staffing that supports the requirements of the organization. ? A description of the job analysis process and an example job analysis format. ? The approach to posting a position and the related rationale for taking that approach. Plus, a short example job posting. ? An example application form and an explanation of how it should be implemented and related reasoning for the approach recommended. Make sure your application form contains only legally permitted inquiries. (The corrected application form from Week 6 cannot be used.) ? Layout the interview process: (a) what is the organization?s interview philosophy? (b) provide some examples of good (non-generic and legally acceptable) interview questions. You may use some or all of the questions from your interview questions assignment (Week 5) as long as you did not receive feedback that they were generic. The questions from that assignment, however, were specific to a position you chose so you may want to standardize them to make them broader in scope. In other words, you are giving managers good examples of, perhaps, behavioral and/or situational questions that they could then customize for various positions. ? Describe the organization philosophy and approach to pre-employment testing and assessment (performance, background/criminal, drug, etc.). ? Add in three staffing other elements that you feel are important to the staffing process. (If you are experiencing challenges with the final section [three other staffing elements] try using the Index or Table of Contents from the textbook for ideas. That way you won't accidentally include topics such as "termination" or "discipline" as these are not part of staffing.) The course project should be between 10-12 full pages in length, double-spaced. The following are the best practices in preparing this final version of the project. ? Cover Page - Include your name, course number, and the date. ? Table of Content - List the main ideas and section of your project and the pages in which they are located. Any illustrations should be included separately. ? Introduction - Your introduction should include: o Introduce the subject and why the subject is important. o Preview the main ideas and the order in which they will be covered. o Establish a tone of the document. ? Body of Your Report - Use a header titled with the name of your project. Then proceed to break out the main ideas. State the main ideas, state major points in each idea, and provide evidence. Break out each main idea you will use in the body of your project. Show some type of division like separate sections that are labeled; separate group of paragraphs; or headers. You would include the information you found during your research and investigation. ? Summary and Conclusion - Summarizing is similar to paraphrasing but presents the gist of the material in fewer words than the original. An effective summary identifies the main ideas and major support points from the body of your report. Minor details are left out. Summarize the benefits of the ideas and how they affect the staffing industry. ? Work Cited - Use APA citation format as specified in the Syllabus. No more than 10% of the total project can be from borrowed material and must be properly cited via APA. Review the APA materials provided in the Syllabus and Student Resources, as needed. Your instructor may submit your work to TurnItIn. Any uncited material or excessive cited material (above the 10% minimum) can seriously jeopardize points earned (beyond the Documenting and Formatting section of the rubric). HRM410 Course Draft and Final Version REQUIRED Template Student Name: Type your name here Instructions: ? Use this required template for the Week 3 Draft of your project (your Handbook below must be 25% completed for full-points consideration) and 100% complete for the Week 7 final version. ? Remember, this is a Staffing Handbook, not an Employee Handbook ? Remember that no more than 10% of the completed Handbook can be from borrowed material (so plan accordingly on any borrowed material used in the draft). The majority of the Handbook must be original?meaning written by the student. ALL sources used (textbook, Internet, etc.) must be cited via proper APA citations (both in-text with quotation marks and a References section). This includes any forms or samples in the Handbook. Everything in the Handbook will count towards the ?no more than 10% borrowed? requirement, including forms. It is advisable if you create these yourself. ? See the Course Project tab for lengthier descriptions of each section. The specifics of the requirements of each section are NOT included here. ? Text font can be no larger than 12. ? You do not need to include a table of contents. ? Be sure to insert your fictitious company name, where needed, in the Handbook below. ? Your Handbook must be full 10-12 pages (not including this page, the cover page, or any reference page), double-spaced. You may single-space any forms or samples you create. ? Note that the spacing placed between sections is for illustration purposes only. Some sections you write may be longer than others. However, remember the final page count of text required (10-12 full pages). ? Save this document with the following title for the Draft/Week 3: LASTNAME_HRM410_Draft_CourseProject.doc (or .docx) ? Save your finalized Course Project/Week 7 with the following title: LASTNAME_HRM410_Final_ CourseProject.doc (or .docx) Proceed to the next page to begin creating your Handbook. ? STAFFING HANDBOOK COMPANY NAME HERE Handbook Date: Month/Year ? OUR DEFINITION OF STRATEGIC STAFFING JOB ANALYSIS OUR APPROACH TO THE JOB ANALYSIS PROCESS EXAMPLE OF JOB ANALYSIS FORM POSTINGS OUR APPROACH TO POSTING POSITIONS BRIEF SAMPLE OF AN INTERNAL JOB POSTING APPLICATION PROCESS OUR APPLICATION FORM HOW THE APPLICATION FORM IS UTILIZED (THE PROCESS) AND RATIONALE INTERVIEWING PROCESS OUR INTERVIEWING PHILOSOPHY EXAMPLES OF LEGALLY ACCEPTABLE, NON-GENERIC INTERVIEWING QUESTIONS PRE-EMPLOYMENT ASSESSMENTS ORGANIZATIONAL PHILOSPHY TO PRE-EMPLOYMENT TESTING AND ASSESSMENT HEADER SUB-HEADER Add in three other elements that you feel are important to the staffing process. Use the Header and Sub-Header above and create more if needed (renaming them to reflect your three other elements). Remove these instructions from your Handbook. ? References Instructions: ? List any sources (in APA format) you used in your Handbook for material you did not write, including material from the textbook, the Internet, or any other source. ? As a reminder, no more than 10% of the content above in your completed Handbook can be borrowed. The rest must be written by you. ? Any References listed below MUST also be cited within the text above (within your Handbook) with quotation marks and the source noted and vice versa. (In other words, you must have any sources noted in your Handbook included here and any sources noted here must be cited in-text in the Handbook as well.) ? Remove these instructions from this section after you have completed your References list. You are the new HR Business Partner at a fictitious medium-size organization and it is your job to create an original (not copied from the text or other sources) handbook with many of the tools needed in the strategic staffing process. The body of the project should develop the following staffing tools: ? A definition of strategic staffing that supports the requirements of the organization. ? A description of the job analysis process and an example job analysis format. ? The approach to posting a position and the related rationale for taking that approach. Plus, a short example job posting. ? An example application form and an explanation of how it should be implemented and related reasoning for the approach recommended. Make sure your application form contains only legally permitted inquiries. (The corrected application form from Week 6 cannot be used.) ? Layout the interview process: (a) what is the organization?s interview philosophy? (b) provide some examples of good (non-generic and legally acceptable) interview questions. You may use some or all of the questions from your interview questions assignment (Week 5) as long as you did not receive feedback that they were generic. The questions from that assignment, however, were specific to a position you chose so you may want to standardize them to make them broader in scope. In other words, you are giving managers good examples of, perhaps, behavioral and/or situational questions that they could then customize for various positions. ? Describe the organization philosophy and approach to pre-employment testing and assessment (performance, background/criminal, drug, etc.). ? Add in three staffing other elements that you feel are important to the staffing process. (If you are experiencing challenges with the final section [three other staffing elements] try using the Index or Table of Contents from the textbook for ideas. That way you won't accidentally include topics such as "termination" or "discipline" as these are not part of staffing.) The course project should be between 10-12 full pages in length, double-spaced. The following are the best practices in preparing this final version of the project. ? Cover Page - Include your name, course number, and the date. ? Table of Content - List the main ideas and section of your project and the pages in which they are located. Any illustrations should be included separately. ? Introduction - Your introduction should include: o Introduce the subject and why the subject is important. o Preview the main ideas and the order in which they will be covered. o Establish a tone of the document. ? Body of Your Report - Use a header titled with the name of your project. Then proceed to break out the main ideas. State the main ideas, state major points in each idea, and provide evidence. Break out each main idea you will use in the body of your project. Show some type of division like separate sections that are labeled; separate group of paragraphs; or headers. You would include the information you found during your research and investigation. ? Summary and Conclusion - Summarizing is similar to paraphrasing but presents the gist of the material in fewer words than the original. An effective summary identifies the main ideas and major support points from the body of your report. Minor details are left out. Summarize the benefits of the ideas and how they affect the staffing industry. ? Work Cited - Use APA citation format as specified in the Syllabus. No more than 10% of the total project can be from borrowed material and must be properly cited via APA. Review the APA materials provided in the Syllabus and Student Resources, as needed. Your instructor may submit your work to TurnItIn. Any uncited material or excessive cited material (above the 10% minimum) can seriously jeopardize points earned (beyond the Documenting and Formatting section of the rubric). HRM410 Course Draft and Final Version REQUIRED Template Student Name: Type your name here Instructions: ? Use this required template for the Week 3 Draft of your project (your Handbook below must be 25% completed for full-points consideration) and 100% complete for the Week 7 final version. ? Remember, this is a Staffing Handbook, not an Employee Handbook ? Remember that no more than 10% of the completed Handbook can be from borrowed material (so plan accordingly on any borrowed material used in the draft). The majority of the Handbook must be original?meaning written by the student. ALL sources used (textbook, Internet, etc.) must be cited via proper APA citations (both in-text with quotation marks and a References section). This includes any forms or samples in the Handbook. Everything in the Handbook will count towards the ?no more than 10% borrowed? requirement, including forms. It is advisable if you create these yourself. ? See the Course Project tab for lengthier descriptions of each section. The specifics of the requirements of each section are NOT included here. ? Text font can be no larger than 12. ? You do not need to include a table of contents. ? Be sure to insert your fictitious company name, where needed, in the Handbook below. ? Your Handbook must be full 10-12 pages (not including this page, the cover page, or any reference page), double-spaced. You may single-space any forms or samples you create. ? Note that the spacing placed between sections is for illustration purposes only. Some sections you write may be longer than others. However, remember the final page count of text required (10-12 full pages). ? Save this document with the following title for the Draft/Week 3: LASTNAME_HRM410_Draft_CourseProject.doc (or .docx) ? Save your finalized Course Project/Week 7 with the following title: LASTNAME_HRM410_Final_ CourseProject.doc (or .docx) Proceed to the next page to begin creating your Handbook. ? STAFFING HANDBOOK COMPANY NAME HERE Handbook Date: Month/Year ? OUR DEFINITION OF STRATEGIC STAFFING JOB ANALYSIS OUR APPROACH TO THE JOB ANALYSIS PROCESS EXAMPLE OF JOB ANALYSIS FORM POSTINGS OUR APPROACH TO POSTING POSITIONS BRIEF SAMPLE OF AN INTERNAL JOB POSTING APPLICATION PROCESS OUR APPLICATION FORM HOW THE APPLICATION FORM IS UTILIZED (THE PROCESS) AND RATIONALE INTERVIEWING PROCESS OUR INTERVIEWING PHILOSOPHY EXAMPLES OF LEGALLY ACCEPTABLE, NON-GENERIC INTERVIEWING QUESTIONS PRE-EMPLOYMENT ASSESSMENTS ORGANIZATIONAL PHILOSPHY TO PRE-EMPLOYMENT TESTING AND ASSESSMENT HEADER SUB-HEADER Add in three other elements that you feel are important to the staffing process. Use the Header and Sub-Header above and create more if needed (renaming them to reflect your three other elements). Remove these instructions from your Handbook. ? References Instructions: ? List any sources (in APA format) you used in your Handbook for material you did not write, including material from the textbook, the Internet, or any other source. ? As a reminder, no more than 10% of the content above in your completed Handbook can be borrowed. The rest must be written by you. ? Any References listed below MUST also be cited within the text above (within your Handbook) with quotation marks and the source noted and vice versa. (In other words, you must have any sources noted in your Handbook included here and any sources noted here must be cited in-text in the Handbook as well.) ? Remove these instructions from this section after you have completed your References list. I will need this assignment completed by Saturday, September 17, 2011. Thank you.

 

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