1. Are there any legal implications to be aware of as a result of this selection decision?
Yes, there are a few legal implications that both Sunrise Academy and Rita Miller should
be aware of as a result of this selection decision:
A legal implication th
1. Would the process of career and development planning assist Pierre and Jennifer?
Yes, the process of career and development planning would greatly assist Pierre and
Jennifer by providing them the following benefits to LeanInMotion.com:
Provides the org
Chapter 5 Book Questions
1. Describe the costs associated with a lack of or inadequate HRP.
Unstaffed positions can create costly inefficiencies
Severance pay is required for large numbers of employees being laid off
Situation s where one department is
Chapter 1 The Strategic Role of Human Resource Management
Human Relations Management (HRM): is the management of people in organizations through
formulating and implementing human resource management systems that are aligned with
Chapter 4 Job Analysis and Work Design
RELATIONSHIP OF JOB REQUIREMENTS AND HRM FUNCTIONS
Job: group of related activities and duties
Position: collection of tasks and activities performed by one person
Job family: a group of individual jobs with simil
ADM 2337 M WINTER 2012- REVIEW QUESTIONS FOR THE
What is the strategic role of Human Resources Management (HRM)? p:2
Involves formulating and implementing HRM systems that are aligned with the
organizational strategy in order to ensure th
Decision-making about organizational membership
Why is this important?
o Costs of poor decisions:
Public image of organization
Losing star employees
What are we trying to predict?
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CT5 respectively) that is put into compartment j ( j = A, B, C )
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that is put
What is job performance?
JP is a set of employee behaviours that contribute either +ly or ly to the accomplishment of
Effective job performances complete required behaviours properly.
What types of behaviours constitute
CH 4 - Job Satisfaction
What is job satisfaction
A pleasurable emotional state resulting from the appraisal of ones job or experience,
represents how a person feels and thinks about his or her job.
It can come from:
Cooperate culture, opportunity to use
#1) On the job training and new employee orientation: It is the responsibility of the supervisors and
managers to utilise available resources to train, qualify and develop their employees. We find that
employees had not been provided with sufficient train
1. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of recruiting within the organization. Identify
and describe the three tools that are used in this process.
Employees see that competence is rewarded which enhances their commitment,
Chapter 4 Questions:
1. Explain the two main elements of the job specialization approach to job design. In
what situations is this approach to job design appropriate?
The two main elements of the job specialization approach are:
Work simplification An ap
Chapter 2 The Changing Legal Emphasis
Legal Framework for Employment in Canada:
Primary responsibility for employment laws reside with the provinces and territories
The remaining 10% is governed by federal laws and applies to all crown corporation
Chapter 3- Human Resources Management and Technologies
HR Technology: Any technology that is used to attract, hire, retain, and maintain human
resources, support HR administration, and optimize human resource management.
Technology has many it faster and
Chapter 4 Designing and Analyzing Jobs
An organization consists of one or more employees who perform various tasks. The relationships
between people and tasks must be structured so that the organization reaches its goals in an
effective and efficient mann
Chapter 5 Human Resources Planning
Human Resources Planning (HRP): is the process of reviewing human resources requirements to
ensure that the organization has the required number of employees, with the necessary skills, to
meet its goals.
HRP is a proac
Chapter 6 Recruitment
The Strategic Importance of Recruitment
Recruitment: the process of searching out and attracting qualified job applicants, which
begins with the identification of a position that requires staffing and is completed when
Selection is the process of choosing among individuals who have been
recruited to fill existing or projected job openings.
Begins when a pool of applicants has submitted their resumes or
completed application forms as a res
March 11, 2012
A well-planned orientation program (aka on-boarding) can lead to reductions in
turnover, increased morale, fewer instances of corrective discipline and fewer
Why we use Orientatio
Career Planning and Development:
The talent shortage we face because of the baby boomers retiring has created some
urgency regarding the development of careers for the next generation of managers and
executives needed to
March 22, 2012
The Strategic Importance of Performance Management
o Performance management: is the process of combining all the activities related to improving employee
performance, productivity and effectiveness.
o It includes goal se
Chapter 1 Questions:
1. Describe the transformation that HRM is currently undergoing.
HRM is currently in Phase 4 of HRM: Concern for People and Productivity. This is a
strategic phase where organizations must leverage human capital in order to stay
Chapter 2 Book Questions
1. Describe the impact of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms on HRM.
The Charter provides fundamental rights and freedoms to every Canadian. Section 15equality
rightsguarantees the right to equal protection and equal benefit of th
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