Human Resource Outsourcing
Cloud Computing and Human Resource Information Systems
Employer Branding in Human Resource Management
HR Role in Corporate Sustainability
HR Role in Creating an Ethical Culture
HR Leadership for Maintaining Corporate Social Responsibility
Multigenerational Diversity Impact on the Current Workplace
Revitalization of Affirmative Action
Freedom in the Workplace
Reengineering and the Impact on Human Resource Planning
The Comprehensiveness of Job Analysis in Human Resource Management
Job Rotation and Requirements for Human Resource Management
Job Seeker and Employer Matching
Increased Criminal Activity and Recruiting
Valuing Contingent Workers
Internships vs External Experience in the Hiring Process
Selection Instrument Validation
Genetic Testing vs. Graphoanalysis
Realistic Job Previews and Proper Interviewing Procedures
The Impact of Negligent Hiring
Turnover Rate & Recruiting
Developing Work Standards for Performance Appraisals
Division of Work and Job Evaluation
Narrative Performance Appraisals and Employee/Employer Concerns
Eliminating Appraisal Errors
The Use of Hybrid Performance Appraisals
Wrongful Termination and Appraising Performance
E-Learning and Skill Transfer
Apprentice Training vs. On the Job Training
Challenges in Developing Simulation Training
ADDIE Model vs. ISD Training Models
Training for Gen Z
Creating Learning Organizations with Knowledge Workers
Labor Union Approach to Compensation
Compensation in the Employee Job Lifecycle
Matching Compensation Policy with Organizational Mission
Creating Human Capital with Compensation Policies
Employee Benefit Perception in the Employee Job Life Cycle
The Value of Workman’s Compensation (Employee vs. Employer)
The Evolution of Benefits until to Today
Is there Too Much Pay for Time Off?
The Challenges of Offering FlexTime
Benefits Needed for Today’s Workplace Generations
The Importance of Using a Caucus in Labor Negotiations
A Younger Workforce & Union Organization
How have Labor Unions Missed the Mark?
Are Labor Laws Current Enough?
Downsizing vs. Rightsizing
The Value and Costs of Phased Retirement
Organizational Revelations from Exiting Employees
Employee Discipline without Violence
Are Whistleblowers safe today?
Developing an Ergonomic Organization for Today’s Workplace
The Hidden Approach to Workplace Bullying
Is Job Enlargement the Solution to Employee Burnout?
Domestic HR Procedure Changes Needed for Global Organizations
Performance Management Consistencies Needed for Global Organizations
Global Labor Relations vs. Domestic Labor Relations
Training and Development for Global Employees
Choose a research topic from the chapter readings or from the list provided by your professor.
Research/find a minimum at least four (4), preferably five (5) or more, different peer- reviewed articles on your topic from the University of the Cumberlands Library online business database. The article(s) must be relevant and from a peer-reviewed source. While you may use relevant articles from any time frame, current/published within the last five (5) years are preferred. Using literature that is irrelevant or unrelated to the chosen topic will result in a point reduction.
Write a five (5) page double spaced paper in APA format discussing the findings on your specific topic in your own words. Note – paper length does not include cover page, abstract, or references page(s).
Structure your paper as follows:
Overview describing the importance of the research topic to current business and professional practice in your own words.
Purpose of Research should reflect the potential benefit of the topic to the current business and professional practice and the larger body of research.
Review of the Literature summarized in your own words. Note that this should not be a “copy and paste” of literature content, nor should this section be substantially filled with direct quotes from the article. A literature review is a summary of the major points and findings of each of the selected articles (with appropriate citations). Direct quotations should be used sparingly. Normally, this will be the largest section of your paper (this is not a requirement; just a general observation).
Practical Application of the literature. Describe how your findings from the relevant research literature can shape, inform, and improve current business and professional practice related to your chosen topic.
Conclusion in your own words
References formatted according to APA style requirements
Content Knowledge & Structure (25 points): All of the requested components are completed as assigned; content is on topic and related to advance human resource management, critical thinking is clearly demonstrated (few, if any, direct quotations from the source in the paper); scholarly research is demonstrated; topics and concepts gained from the assigned reading and/or from research is evident.
Critical Thinking (25 points): Demonstrates substantial critical thinking about topics and solid interpretation of materials and reflection.
Clarity & Effective Communication (25 points): Communication is clear, concise, and well presented; scholarly writing is demonstrated; grammar, sentence structure, writing in third person, and word choice is used correctly.
Integration of Knowledge & Articles (25 points): Articles used are current and relevant (preferably published within last five (5) years and MUST be from peer-reviewed journal article publications. At least four (4) peer-reviewed journal articles are examined and analyzed in the paper.
Presentation & Writing Mechanics (50 points): Cover page, headings, in-text citations, page citations (page number citations required for specific information such as dates, years, list of items from article, names, numbers, statistics, and other specific information), and references are properly formatted.
Please Note: Plagiarism will not be tolerated. The paper must be written in your own words.
Attached Rubrics, Please follow
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