Building on the knowledge you have gained in this course, you will be reviewing the compensation and benefit package offered by your organization. Create a presentation and include speaker notes of at least 200 words and put them in parenthesis and addresses the following in your analysis: Review the type of job analysis used by your organization and determine if it is effective. Then, evaluate whether other types of analyses would work better for the type of work performed in your organization. Discuss the methods of job evaluation your organization uses and make any recommendations for improving the validity of the data gained from this evaluation. Analyze the process used to tie job descriptions to criteria for candidate selection, paying particular attention to the validity of the correlation between job tasks and candidate criteria. Review and recommend ways to improve the compensation structure to match the strategic targets for internal and external pay equity, rates, scales, and market position.
Marxist theory, also known as Marxist philosophy is commonly defined as literary works in philosophy that are actively guided the theory of Marxism created by Karl Marx. The essential features of Marxism in philosophy are not only viewing material possessions as more important than spiritual values, as well as being committed to setting administrative political duties as the overall desired result of everything. The comment article, written by Robert G. Colodny, discusses the complications that can be caused in the upper class when considering Karl Marx’s theory. Colodny analyzes John Hoffman’s essay on The Problem of the Ruling Class in Marxist Theory: Some Conceptual Preliminaries, and states how Hoffman’s work serves as an extremely valuable source for historians studying Marxism due to its comprehensibility and credibility. John Hoffman is a Professor of Political Theory at the University of Leicester and has written a plethora of novels on political science, gender, and sovereignty, as well as social science. The accomplishments this author has achieved throughout his life proves him to be a highly reliable source. This comment article connects to the review R. Berg-Pan because they both discuss the effects of Marxism and Marxist literary criticism, as well as how various Marxist authors define and introduce Karl Marx’s theory. Hoffman, Philip T. The Journal of Interdisciplinary History, vol. 22, no. 1, 1991, pp. 105–107. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/204571 In many novels during the 17th and 18th centuries, the main focus mirrored the ideas of The Enlightenment movement. In this review of sociologist Robert Wuthnow’s novel, author Philip Hoffman discusses the importance of literary standards during the Enlightenment. In the review, Hook analyzes how some uncommon works can come off as too discordant and irregular to procure positive feedback, while some other works can seem too practical and realistic and therefore won’t receive any praise and won’t attain any noteworthiness. Since Robert Wuthnow is the Professor of Sociology at Princeton University he serves as an extremely dependable source for my topic because of his education in the sociology field and being a highly distinguished author. Similar to how Hook analyzes the effect of unorthodox literary works, Voltaire strays away from the accepted standards of the time and explains the harsh realities of a rig>GET ANSWER