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Imagine that you are the human resource manager for a small manufacturing company. You decide to invest in a materials resource planning (MRP) system. This is a computerized information system that improves efficiency by automating such work as planning needs for resources, ordering materials, and scheduling work on the shop floor. As the human resource manager you hope that with the new MRP system, the company can grow quickly and efficiently through the processing of small orders for a variety of products. You are also aware of the challenges to hire individuals with the technical skills needed to perform the job. Consider how the organization will address the skills deficiencies.Write a two to three (2-3) page paper in which you:Predict three (3) human resource functions that are likely to be affected by the implementation of an MRP system. Propose two (2) ways in which you as a human resource manager can help the organization carry out this change successfully.Determine three (3) human resource skills that would be important for success in leveraging the new MRP system.Based on the planned growth of the organization, predict three (3) factors that might impact the organization s ability to hire new employees that possess the technical skills needed to perform a job.Use at least three (3) quality academic resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not qualify as academic resources.Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student s name, the professor s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:Examine the theoretical constructs of human resource management.Analyze the external environmental factors that impact human resource policies and procedures.Use technology and information resources to research issues in human resource management foundations.Write clearly and concisely about human resource management foundations using proper writing mechanics***Make sure you include citations within the paper from information you get from the 3 resources you use.

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Human Resource Managementquestion 1Briefly describe what you think a competitive pay process would include. Give specific examples. Why do you think a competitiveness pay process is necessary for an organization?question 2What are some real world examples of ethical and unethical employment practices dealing with compensation (wage or benefits) you have read about, seen in the news, or encountered at your place of employment? What were the outcomes of those practices?question 3Some would say the richest people in the U. S. just keep getting richer. CEOs in the U. S. are making millions (and sometimes billions) each year. Are CEOs overpaid? Is there anyone in particular that comes to mind when you think of CEOs who are paid too much? If so, who?question 4There continues to be many discussions in the U. S. about Health Care Reform and whether its impact has been positive or negative. Locate an article on the web about health care reform and share your findings. What impact has health care reform had on the U. S. ? Share what you feel are the advantages of health care reform and the disadvantages, as well as how you believe this impacts the realm of compensation administration. Please share the website you found your article from within your post. question 5Explore the training you have received at your jobs in the past. How was it done? What made it successful (or not)? Were the initial goals accomplished and the stated outcomes achieved? Then, research and describe a best practice you would recommend and utilize?Have you served as a trainer? Share your experience with that. Would you like to be a trainer? What topics do you think are important to be taught to managers? What training topics would you recommend for employee training?question 6Organizational development (OD) interventions refer to the techniques/methods created by OD practitioners, professionals, coaches and mentors (internal staff or outside consultants) to help solve the cultural problems of organizations. It is important to use the right intervention tools to solve the right kinds of problems. OD experts have at least ten tools in their toolbox to choose from. Research the types of intervention tools available, describe a few of them and explain the situations in which these tools might be used. question 7Employee Relations (sometimes known as ER) is an art and a science. There are techniques and tips. It is important to match the discipline methods to the type of challenges. Research the types of ER tools available, describe a few of them and explain the situations in which these tools might be used. question 8Conduct research to find employee recognition and appreciation programs and ideas that you feel are special and worthwhile and share them with the team. Then, taking those ideas, discuss what your employer (or past employer) did in this realm. How could your employer or past employer adopt these practices? Lastly, how have you felt when you were honored, awarded or acknowledged at your work?

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Subject: (Human Resource)Hello and good evening. Once again thanks for your support and listed below is another paper that I really need help on. Can you support me once again and the guidelines listed is the subject of what the paper needs to be written on. Thanks again and looking forward to your response. Write a three to four (3-4) page paper in which you:1. Provide a brief description of an organization where you currently work, would like to work, or one in which you have an interest that you have chosen for this assignment. 2. Assess three (3) factors, either economic, social, or both, impacting the performance of the organization you selected. Then, select the two (2) factors that you believe are the most critical to pay attention to in order for the organization to remain competitive. Explain and support your reasons. ?Tip: Check Chapter 1, page 4. Click here for help accessing a specific page number in your eBook. 3. Propose three (3) business actions to overcome the factors you identified in number 2. 4. Use at least two (2) quality academic resources you have located using the Strayer Learning Resources Center (LRC) / Strayer databases in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia does not qualify as an academic resource, and neither do web-based blogs.

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HR Strategy Responding to a Union Organizing DriveFor each of the four scenarios here, you are the HR manager and you need to1.Outline your various alternatives in responding to the union organizing drive.2.Develop and support a specific recommended course of action to present to upper management.ACME AUTO PARTSAcme Auto Parts is a small nonunion manufacturer of auto parts located in a small town in the South. The work is repetitive and routine. There are no particular skill or educational requirements for the production employees. Acme sells nearly all its parts to the Big Three automakers (Ford, General Motors, and Chrysler) according to the specifications they provide. The highly unionized Big Three have largely outsourced the manufacturing of parts. Many of their traditional parts suppliers have closed their unionized operations in Michigan and opened nonunion plants in the South and in Mexico. The Big Three, however, continue to face competitive cost pressures from the Japanese car companies and therefore are continually trying to wring cost concessions from their suppliers.The parts workers at various companies that are still represented by the United Auto Workers (UAW) face demands for concessions during every contract negotiation. The UAW is therefore trying to organize the nonunion parts factories. You have seen UAW organizers in town trying to contact Acme workers for the past few weeks. This morning you overheard two workers talking about the UAW.THE ZINNIAThe Zinnia is a 300-room hotel in the central business district of a major Midwestern metropolitan area. This is a full-service hotela hotel providing a wide variety of services including food and beverage facilities and meeting roomsthat caters to individual business travelers, convention attendees, and local businesspeople who need meeting space. The Zinnia emphasizes outstanding service and amenities and is owned by a prominent local real estate magnate, Ms. Lucy Balder-cash, who closely monitors the management and financial performance of her diversified properties.Many of this citys major hotels are unionized, and the Zinnias wage rates are equal to the local union wage scale. You feel that while the Zinnias employee benefit package is modest compared to what the union has been able to extract from your unionized competitors, it is competitive with other low-skilled occupations in the areaand is particularly generous for the undocumented immigrants that you have quietly hired to fill the dishwashing and room cleaning positions. You also feel that your unionized competitors are saddled with myriad work rules that restrict flexibility.The local union organizes aggressively and isnt afraid to have public marches and demonstrations in support of its goal of social justice. But you thought your workers were content, and you were astonished to learn this morning that Zinnia workers have been quietly signing authorization cards. You received notice from the NLRB that a petition was filed by the local hotel union requesting an election covering back-of-the-house workers (kitchen, laundry, and room cleaning employeesnot front-of-the-house employees like bellhops, bartenders, and waitresses) and that this petition was supported by signed authorization cards from 40 percent of the workers.SCHOOL DISTRICT 273School District 273 is a medium-sized public school district in a Northeastern state with a comprehensive bargaining law that includes teachers. The bargaining law allows strikes (except for police, firefighters, and prison guards) and also allows unions to be recognized through a card check recognition procedure if the employer does not object. Otherwise a representation election will be conducted when a petition is supported by 30 percent signed authorization cards. No employees in District 273 are represented by a union, though teachers in many neighboring districts are.District 273 receives 75 percent of its funding from the state based on a statewide per-student funding formula; the remainder comes from local property taxes and fees. To balance the state budget, school funding was reduced by 10 percent. School budgets are also being squeezed by rising health care costs. And teachers are frustrated by the states emphasis on standardized test scores; they feel they are losing control over educational standards and curriculum. A grassroots unionization effort started among some teachers at the districts high school near the beginning of the school year. It is now the middle of the school year, and the leaders of this grassroots effortwhich they are now calling the District 273 Teachers Associationclaim to have signed authorization cards from 70 percent of the teachers, including large numbers at all the districts schools. They have asked the school board to voluntarily recognize their union and schedule bargaining sessions to hear their concerns and negotiate a contract that preserves teachers input into the educational process.WOODVILLE HEALTHCAREWoodville HealthCare is a for-profit health care provider formed through the merger of several networks of physicians. It operates 50 managed care clinics and employs 400 doctors in the West. The merger has resulted in a major restructuring of operations. Several clinics have been closed, and a number of new operating guidelines have been implemented. Doctors are now required to see more patients; specialty medical procedures and nongeneric prescriptions must be approved by the medical authorization department; and expensive procedures can negatively affect a doctors salary.Some doctors contacted a national doctors union that is affiliated with one of the largest U.S. unions, and an organizing drive was launched. After a petition was filed with the NLRB, Woodville filed objections and argued that the doctors were supervisors and therefore excluded from the NLRA. The NLRB eventually ruled that 100 of the doctors had supervisory responsibilities, but that 300 were nonmanagerial doctors. Woodville then spent $200,000 (plus staff time) on an antiunion campaign leading up to last weeks election for the 300 nonmanagerial doctors. The election results were 142 voting in favor of the union, 128 against.This is a slim seven-vote margin, and you have until tomorrow to decide whether to appeal the results of the election by filing objections with the NLRB. Several days before the election, the unions website reported salary figures for Woodvilles top executives that were grossly inflated. You have also investigated several allegations of inappropriate union campaigning on the day of the election but have uncovered only weak evidence. Your attorney predicts that there is a 20 percent chance an appeal would succeed.

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Market Competitiveness

Compose a three-to-five page paper (not including the title and reference pages). Your paper should be written in a scholarly third-person tone; it should be in APA format. Your essay should address the following:

Evaluate the concept of market competitiveness in relation to an organization’s pay system, particularly when it is unable to offer its employees market competitive salaries due to a lack of financial resources.
Propose at least three alternative approaches for organizations which have limited financial resources.
Identify at least three specific steps that could be taken to minimize the impact implementing these alternative approaches could have on the firm’s success. Justify why these steps would be the most appropriate in this situation.

In addition to the text, cite at least two scholarly references to support your discussion.

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I need human resource assignment done by 6/20/2016 at 3:00 pm with no plagiarism.

· Write between 1,250 – 1,750 words (approximately 3 – 5 pages) also word count do not include title page or reference page, using Microsoft Word in APA style, see example below.

· Use font size 12 and 1” margins.

· Include cover page and reference page. Word count do not include the cover page or reference page.

· At least 80% of your paper must be original content/writing.

· No more than 20% of your content/information may come from references.

· Use at least three references from outside the course material; one reference must be from EBSCOhost. Text book, lectures, and other materials in the course may be used, but are not counted toward the three reference requirement.

· Cite all reference material (data, dates, graphs, quotes, paraphrased words, values, etc.) in the paper and list on a reference page in APA style.

References must come from sources such as, scholarly journals found in EBSCOhost, CNN, online newspapers such as, The Wall Street Journal, government websites, etc. Sources such as, Wikis, Yahoo Answers, eHow, blogs, etc. are not acceptable for academic writing.