Discuss some of the protected characteristics covered by equal employment opportunity laws and why they are important in today’s employment setting
Explain how you would conduct a job analysis in a company that has never had job descriptions. Utilize the O*Net as a resource for your information.
If you became the new manager at a restaurant with high employee turnover, what actions would you take to increase retention of employees?
What labor markets should be considered when recruiting to fill an opening for a housekeeping staff at a local hospital? What labor markets should be considered for staffing the chief surgeon for the local hospital?
You are the HR manager for a commercial airline. You have been assigned to develop a realistic job preview for flight attendants. Your objective is to give a balanced picture of the job so that applicants will better understand what they will be asked to do. Job duties, schedules, and other facets of the job should all be well understood early in the recruiting process to avoid poor P/E fit later on.How would you gather information about the job context and environment? Explain what sources you would use and why.How could you use technology to show the positive and negative aspects of the job?
Why is evaluating training an important part of strategic training?
Congratulations! You have recently been promoted and are the company’s new Human Resources Manager! You have offices in several countries, so how would you evaluate different compensation packages for employees who are located throughout the world?
What are some key performance indicators that are used by organizations in which you have been employed? How did managers explain the importance of these KPIs, and were any rewards tied to them?
Discuss the following statement: “Health care costs are out of control in the United States, and increasing conflicts between employers and employees are likely as employers try to reduce their health benefits costs.
Suppose a coworker just brought you a union leaflet urging employees to sign an authorization card. What questions would you ask of the union supporter? What may happen from this point on?
Till date, Black civil rights movements are still actively battling against some of the primary issues that similar liberation movements in the past addressed: the apparent expendability of Black flesh and the representation of Black people as criminals. Although significant progress has been made in relation to the racial discourse in America, there are certain elements that have either remained constant overtime or evolved to take on new forms more practicable in modern society. There has been a noticeable increase in, if I daresay, the “legal lynching” of African Americans in recent years at the hands of white law enforcement officials nationwide. This coupled with the usual attack on victims’ characters and subsequent representation of them as delinquents, violent, etc. has unfortunately become commonplace. If the reverse was the case and white citizens were being targeted, the issue will not have lasted this long. This goes to show that Black people are yet to attain the long sought after equality not only in American society but also in any area of the world with mixed racial populations and continue to be racially oppressed and will likely be for years to come if adequate reforms are not put in place. It is this realization after studying certain critical race literature and through observation in daily interactions and in the media that has inspired this paper which aims to explore Blackness and the American Cultural Hegemony in relation to the dynamics of racial socialization and representation in the United States, and to analyze the way this has contributed to the systematic devaluation of black lives. This will be done through engagement with relevant literature which give context of the origin of these issues, have made pertinent contributions and raised key points which provoke further lines of inquiry. At The Dark End of the Street: Black Women, Rape, and Resistance: A New History of the Civil Rights Movement from Rosa Parks to the Rise of Black Power – Danielle McGuire Danielle McGuire does a phenomenal job with her book At the Dark End of the Street, which aims to serve as an exposé of the role of African American women as catalysts and the unsung he>GET ANSWER