There are many paradoxes in the human resource management compensation function.
Identify at least three and discuss ways to resolve each of them.
Each member shall post a 2-3 paragraph response on the discussion board and make a
response to one p
I totally agree with your conclusion. Employers should really pay attention to the
requirements and techniques used to recruit a worker. Especially with the
innovation of recruitment websites that can be very helpful but can also be tricky.
Even though I
Personally I have had a few topics throughout the all the course that I had thought very
interesting like the freedom of speech in the public sectors and its differences, employee at will
and all the performance evaluations in general, but the learning or
Implied Contracts of Employment
By John M. (Jack) Collins, General Counsel, Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association
here are an increasing number of documents a chief should review before taking disciplinary action or
Week 8 Employee motivation: Feedback
Think of a specific situation in which you provided feedback. What impact did it have?
How can you improve the effectiveness of your feedback?
Most of the time, feedback is based on the performance or actions of the em
Week 2 - Group B: Defining HR in the Public Sector
Human resource management in public administration concerns human resource
management as it applies specifically to the field of public administration. It is considered
to be an in-house structure that in
Performance evaluations, which provide employers with an opportunity to assess their
employees contributions to the organization, are essential to developing a powerful work team.
The benefits of performance evaluations outweigh these challenges, though.
A learning organization is the term given to a company that facilitates the learning of its
members and continuously transforms itself. Learning organizations develop as a result of
the pressures facing modern organizations and enables them to remain comp
Week 3 - Free Speech Rights of Employees in the Public and Private Sectors
The First Amendment of the United States Constitution provides free speech rights
to all U.S. Citizens. In essence, there is more freedom of speech in public sector jobs than
HR Discussion 2: Group B
Discussion 2: Group B
By. Justin Doup
First and foremost, the First Amendment of the United States Constitution provides free
speech and liberties to all U.S. Citizens and legal resident aliens.
Free speech in the private sector
According to our book A second use of firing occurs in the case of at-will public sector
employees such as political appointees, policy advisers, and personal assistants for elected
officials A good of example is when an elected officials brings in their