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1.Discuss the manager’s choice to go “easy on Maxine” during her last performanceappraisal. Was this a good management strategy? Why or why not?2.What employment law or laws should the manager need to keep in mind in handling thissituation?3.The situation has not improved. This manager is now considering disciplinary action toaddress Maxine’s performance issues. Do you agree? If yes, describe the first step in thedisciplinary process. If not, what alternative next step do you recommend? Be specific;relate your answer to facts of the caseApplication ExercisesInstructions:Answer the following questions.1.Review the following video:Schaefer, M. (Sept. 2014). Putting the human back intohuman resources. TEDx Wilmington. TEDs Talks.?v=0Mq2TiJmqCI.Review the questions provided by your instructor along with the following:a.At 56 seconds, answer the following question: What comes to mind when youthink of human resources?b.Continue the video. What did Schafer tell us about a Gallup Poll on employeeengagement in the U.S? Were you surprised by the figures she shared?2.Conduct a mock job interview exercise using a job scenario in teams of three people.Each team member should act out the roles of job applicant, interviewing manager, andobserver. Review the mock job description or job posting provided by your instructor.Create structured job-related interview questions in advance of the scheduled interview; alimited number of unstructured questions may be included. Adhere to the interview timesin a classroom setting as provided by your instructor. Fill out the reporting sheet providedby your instructor to indicate the start and end time of the interview, which role or roleswere played by whom, questions asked and to reflect on the experience.3.Work measurement and productivity problems.a. Based on a productivity log, a coder completed 22 charts during a 7.5-hour workday.How many charts did he code per hour? Round to the nearest whole number.b. Based on work measurement studies on your coders, you find that 20% of their time isspent querying physicians about missing or unclear documentation. If your coders work a7.5-hour day, how many minutes do they spend per day querying physicians?2
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Health Information Management Technology: An Applied Approach, 5eWorkbookc. A coding supervisor reviewed the productivity logs of four recently-hired coders afterone month (coders work 5 days per week.) The supervisor compiled a report, shownbelow. Complete analysis of the report and determine which employee will requireadditional training or assistance in order to meet the coding standard.PRODUCTIVITY REPORTCoding standard: 20 charts per dayCoderWeek 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Totalchartspermonth1901009510021001051059537075908548585901004.The release of information (ROI) processing unit is expected to respond to routine

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