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“Technology and Strategic Vision: A Review of HR Processes in Two Organizations”

Part 3 – prepare a 3-page review of your investigation and analysis of Part 1 and 2. Previous discussion has examined the impact technology has had on the two organizations, particularly their HR Process. Offer specific examples of how the companies used strategic vision and leadership to meet their long-term HR goals.

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Management

Title: “The Impact of Union Representation, Mandatory Benefits, and Market Factors on Collective Bargaining and Employee Motivation”

Create a PowerPoint presentation that outlines the advantages and disadvantages of union representation, mandatory benefits in a bargaining package, how market factors may drive the bargaining process, and how these factors increase or decrease employee motivation or morale.
Within your PowerPoint presentation, address how collective bargaining plays a role with employees.
Identify mandatory benefits that should be included in a bargaining package.
Discuss some possible market factors that impact the negotiation process.
You must use the “Notes” feature in PowerPoint to add comments explaining each slide. Each speaker note should be at least one paragraph containing 5-10 sentences.
Make certain to include 12–14 slides, not counting the title slide and references slide.
You must use two resources (one must come from the CSU Online Library, and blogs are not acceptable). Adhere to APA Style when constructing this assignment, including in-text citations and references for all sources that are used.

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Management

Title: “Recruiting and Selection: Strategies for Attracting and Hiring Top Talent”

In a 6 page paper, Describe the recruiting process, including the following components:
Define recruiting and why it is important.
Search for an advertised position online.
Describe the recruiting methods organizations use.
Define any expectations for applicants.
Identify the potential pros and cons of recruiting through these method
Explain the selection process, including the following components:
Define the selection process and why it is important
Describe what a long and complex selection process might symbolize to job seekers.
Explain the difference between selection factors and selection methods.
Identify some of the trending behaviors currently found during the selection process, such as ghosting (by both applicant and employer), quiet hiring, and other behaviors found during your research.
Create a recruiting and selection strategy for one of the following full-time positions: warehouse supervisor, customer service manager, entry level IT technician, or upper-level finance officer. Include the following in your strategy:Recruiting tools and techniques
Selection factors
Selection methods
Methods for maintaining ethical integrity and inclusion
Communication process with applicants
APA format required with seperate reference page. Please include introduction and conclusion paragraph. Do not include a title page. 3 scholarly sources required. Course text required. Will upload.

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Management

“Strategic Human Resources Planning: Addressing Challenges and Maximizing Organizational Value” “Strategies for Overcoming Challenges in Implementing Management Recommendations in the Public Sector”

Final Paper
[WLOs: 1, 2, 3] [CLOs: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]
Prior to beginning this final paper, please review your instructor’s feedback and the concepts from chapters 1 to 14 of your textbook to prepare. As the global marketplace becomes increasingly more competitive, it is incumbent on human resources to broaden its strategic mission and become a strategic partner with executive staff. This requires human resources to have a detailed understanding of not only the human resources field but also the strengths and challenges of its organization and the complexities of its industry. Through these units of knowledge, human resources can maximize its value by providing competent advice and counsel to its organization as it strives to achieve its strategic objectives.
The comprehensive Final Paper comprises four parts, with Parts 1, 2, and 3 submitted during the first three weeks of the course. In Week 5, a cohesive final paper will be due that includes Part 4, an executive summary, and the previously submitted Parts 1, 2, and 3. This final paper should be eight to ten pages and should incorporate any comments or suggestions made by the instructor on Parts 1, 2, and 3.
Focus of the Final Paper
In your final paper, you are to choose a major problem/issue affecting an organization of your choice and then utilize your detailed knowledge of human resources and strategic planning to develop a comprehensive plan that minimizes, and hopefully eliminates, this threat to your chosen organization’s ability to meet its long-range organizational goals and objectives. The components of this comprehensive paper are as follows:
Executive Summary: Your final paper should begin with an Executive Summary, which is an abbreviated capture of the entire paper, and as such, should touch on all major points while engaging the reader. You may find the Writing an Executive Summary guide from the Writing Center a useful reference to complete this component of your Final Paper.
Part 1 – Overview of Organization/Problem (due in Week 1): Provide an overview of the organization and the problem/issue that challenges that organization. Next, detail how the problem/issue affects (or can affect) the organization’s future viability. Finally, discuss the principal role of human resources in an organization and how human resources can provide critical advice and counsel to the organization in addressing this challenge. This section of the paper should be two to three pages.
Part 2 – Environment Analysis (due in Week 2):Optimal solutions are determined when a researcher thoroughly understands a company and its industry, along with the strengths and weaknesses that impact its future viability. In the second part of your plan, perform a SWOT analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) on your chosen organization and analyze these results considering the problem or issue under study. Be attentive to identifying how the problem or issue impacts the organization and its competitive position within the industry. This section of the paper should be two to three pages.
Part 3 – Financial Analysis (due in Week 3):Nearly every problem or issue confronting an organization has a financial or budgetary impact. For instance, staff turnover has not only direct costs for recruitment expenses, training costs, and productivity but also an indirect cost related to the loss of organizational learning. In Part 3, detail the financial implications to the organization related to your problem or issue, including the additional costs that may arise if the problem or issue is resolved ineffectively. This section of the paper should be two to three pages.
Part 4 – Recommendations (due in Week 5): The final part of your comprehensive project incorporates your recommendations. Based on your work in Parts 1, 2, and 3, provide at least three recommendations to organizational leadership to resolve the problem or issue in question. Be sure to detail any challenges the organization should consider in implementing your recommendations (culture, motivation, etc.) and your strategy to overcome these challenges. This section of the paper should be two to three pages.
Note that some of the information related to this project may not be readily available in course materials, requiring you to research contemporary management trends in the public sector.
Writing the Final Paper
The Final Paper
must be eight to ten double-spaced pages in length (not including title and references pages) and formatted according to APA Style
must include a separate title page with the following:title of paper in bold fontSpace should appear between the title and the rest of the information on the title page.
student’s name
name of institution (The University of Arizona Global Campus)
course name and number
instructor’s name
due date
must utilize academic voice.
must include an introduction and conclusion paragraph.Your introduction paragraph needs to end with a clear thesis statement that indicates the purpose of your paper
must use at least two (2) scholarly or credible sources in addition to the course text.
must document any information used from sources in APA Style
must include a separate references page that is formatted according to APA

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Management

“Revamping Retail: A Strategic Analysis of Bed Bath & Beyond”

I am looking for help with this assignment. I chose Bed Bath & Beyond for this project. I attached the rubric and my company selection paragraph for reference. Thank you!

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Management

“Analyzing Sales Data Using Microsoft Excel”

Microsoft excel
Important Info
The order was placed through a short procedure (customer skipped some order details).
Please clarify some paper details before starting to work on the order.
Type of paper and subject
Number of sources and formatting style
Type of service (writing, rewriting, etc)

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Management

Title: “Utilizing SWOT Analysis for Strategic Planning: A Case Study of Starbucks”

The SWOT analysis is often used to help managers understand the competitive advantage of their organization. It can also help them to make decisions to support the organization’s mission and vision in an ethical manner and help with strategic planning.
Watch the video: Putting Your SWOT to Use https://youtu.be/F61jgtE…which will provide you with what you need to know about SWOT and making it work for your organization’s strategic planning.
Review the abbreviated version of the Starbucks 2020 SWOT Analysis. https://resources.career…
Considering the video and the Starbucks 2020 SWOT Analysis, answer the following questions:
Opportunities are to be prioritized in your strategic plan. How would you recommend that Starbucks prioritize Ready to Drink (RTD) coffee products in the U.S.?
Weaknesses are important and need to be acted on quickly. What would be your first step to act on Starbucks expanding outside the U.S.? Why do you think this would work?
Threats need to be watched and monitored. Explain how you would plan to monitor weather disasters that could drive up the price of coffee beans?

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Management

“Understanding Workers’ Compensation and Employment Labor Laws” Business Ethics and Labor Laws in the Modern World

QUESTION 1
Which of the following is a theoretical approach for handling permanent partial disability cases?Decrease litigation theory
The wage-loss theory The domino theory Human error theory
3 points QUESTION 2
In workers’ compensation cases in which the worker is fatally injured, dependents children receive benefits.after 12 years of age For life Until the age of 16 maturity
3 points QUESTION 3
The definition of what constitutes a serious injury varies from state to state. However, typically an injury is considered serious if:Causes the loss of two or more work days Requires 24+ hours of passive treatment
A trip the emergency room
24 hours or more of active medical treatment
3 points QUESTION 4
Which of the following is true concerning business ethics?Poor ethics is always illegal
Ethics has no influence on business
Ethics are always positive
Poor ethics are sometimes illegal 3 points QUESTION 5
Which of the following is true concerning workers compensation?It is uniform across all 50 states.
Workers compensation does not protect businesses from being sued by the worker.
It was designed to protect workers during times of disability and absence from work due to injury.
OSHA determines the pay scale workers will receive.
3 points QUESTION 6
Workers’ compensation has four main objectives: income replacement, rehabilitation, accident prevention, and cost allocation. True False
3 points QUESTION 7
Workers’ compensation laws were originally ruled as unconstitutional by the courts. True False
3 points QUESTION 8
Though workers’ compensation laws vary from state to state, they all provide benefits, pay medical costs, and provide for rehabilitation. True False
3 points QUESTION 9
There are four types of workers’ compensation: state funds, private insurers, self-insurance, and
federal government insurance. True False
3 points QUESTION 10
The principal method used for determining insurance premium rates for employers is average number of work days lost per 100 employees annually. True False
3 points QUESTION 11
Although one of the objectives of workers’ compensation is the reduction of costly litigation, many cases still go to court. True False
3 points QUESTION 12
Workers’ compensation applies only when an injury can be categorized as arising out of employment. True False
3 points QUESTION 13
Minimum wage is not uniform across the United States. True False
3 points QUESTION 14
Child labor laws are uniform across the United States. True False
3 points QUESTION 15
FMLA allows eligible workers to receive unpaid but job protected leave for a specific family situation or medical condition. True False
3 points QUESTION 16
Safety and health is not a focus of employment labor laws. True False
3 points QUESTION 17
When a worker works over 40 hours a week, and the business has more than one employee and grosses over $500,000 a year, workers can receive overtime pay at double time. True False
3 points QUESTION 18
Employers have a right to be considered for a job without regard to their race. True False
3 points QUESTION 19
Male employees do not have the right to not be sexually harassed. True False
3 points QUESTION 20
Once an individual reaches 65 years of age, they cannot be fired. True False
3 points QUESTION 21
All employees have the right to health insurance. True False
3 points QUESTION 22
Employers have the right to read email messages sent in the workplace on the workplace device. True False
3 points QUESTION 23
According to Brooke Deterlines’ TED Talk, in order to establish an ethical work environment, you must have courage to step out of your comfort zone and confront the unethical behavior. True False
3 points QUESTION 24
According to Mel Fugates’ TED Talk, close to 50% of all employees feel they have been the target of unethical behavior in the workplace. True False
3 points QUESTION 25
Ethical issues are topics or behaviors that raise questions of right or wrong. True False
3 points QUESTION 26
When it comes to legalism, ethics are not relevant. True False
3 points QUESTION 27
Morality is the human behavior that evaluated in terms of being right or wrong. True False
3 points QUESTION 28
Poor business ethics can lead to high profits and poor reputations. True False
3 points QUESTION 29
Fairness and honesty are the heart of good business ethics. True False
3 points QUESTION 30
Business ethics are the same as legal issues. True False
3 points QUESTION 31
Only corporations have to be concerned about ethical scandals. True False
3 points QUESTION 32
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act was passed to decrease confidence in the corporate world in the United States. True False
3 points QUESTION 33
How has the COVID-19 Pandemic influenced labor laws in the United States?For the toolbar, press ALT+F10 (PC) or ALT+FN+F10 (Mac).ParagraphOpen Sans,arial,helvetica,sans-serif10ptP0 WORDSPOWERED BY TINY
9 points QUESTION 34
What is the “Peter Principle?”For the toolbar, press ALT+F10 (PC) or ALT+FN+F10 (Mac).ParagraphOpen Sans,arial,helvetica,sans-serif10ptP0 WORDSPOWERED BY TINY
7 points QUESTION 35
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8 points QUESTION 36
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10 points QUESTION 37
In your opinion, should states have uniform benefits and workers compensation? Justify your opinion with at least two pieces of evidence.For the toolbar, press ALT+F10 (PC) or ALT+FN+F10 (Mac).ParagraphOpen Sans,arial,helvetica,sans-serif10ptP0 WORDSPOWERED BY TINY
10 points QUESTION 38
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Title: “Building an Effective BPM Core Organization: Roles, Services, and Governance”

Check the attached files and the like below to answer the following questions:
; https://www.bpminstitute.org/resources/articles/bu…
What internal services will the BPM-Core organization offer?
Describe the high level operating model of the BPM Organization?
What does the organizational structure of the BPM Core Organization (e.g. BPM Center of Excellence) look like?
Where does this organization fit in the overall organization?
What roles do you need in the BPM Core Organization (process architect, etc.)?
What roles do you need in the extended BPM-Organization (process owner, etc.)?
How does process governance work (e.g. how do process and functional leads collaborate)?

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“Choosing the Right Business Entity: Advantages and Considerations for Starting a Catering Business as an LLC” Title: The Impact of Business Law on Managers: A Comprehensive Analysis

Please provide an answer that is 100% original and do not copy the answer to this question from any other website since I am already well aware of this. I will be sure to check this.
Please be sure that the answer comes up with way less than 18% on Studypool’s internal plagiarism checker since anything above this is not acceptable according to Studypool’s standards. I will not accept answers that are above this standard.
No AI or Chatbot! I will be sure to check this.
Prior to beginning work on this assignment, review Chapters 28, 29, and 30 of the textbook, as well as the articles on Changing Legal Structures: LLCs and C Corps, The Pros and Cons of LLCs, and How To Start An LLC In 7 Steps (2024 Guide) which discuss business entities.
Malik, Nia, and Talia are planning to start a catering business in a metropolitan area with a population of approximately 480,000. The target market for the venture will include both the corporate market (employee events, client meetings, etc.) and the private market (weddings, family events, etc.).
The business plan which they have developed has set start-up costs of $800,000. Malik will contribute 55% of the capital for the creation of the new entity, while Nia will contribute 30% and Talia adding 15%. The plan also projects that the company will operate at a loss for the first two years. In the third year, it is projected that the company will realize a profit of 15%, and 20% profit in year four.
Malik is primarily an investor in this new business and does not have any experience in catering or the restaurant industries. However, his family is wealthy, and he is well connected to the metropolitan area. Thus, he would be an asset as being recognized as a leader of the organization.
Nia has been highly successful as a marketing executive in the local entertainment sector. She is also considered to be a very effective social influencer in the area, as well as on social media. As a result, she will be working as the marketing and sales director of the catering business.
Talia is a culinary expert and has been working as a chef at a local restaurant. She has also been operating a small catering business as a sole proprietor on a part-time basis, which is how the idea for the new business venture originated. Talia has worked in several large cities such as Los Angeles, New York, and Rome. Since she is a chef, she does have experience of managing large kitchen staffs. However, she is relatively new to the current market area.
Nia and Talia will work for the organization on a full-time basis. Malik will work as a consultant but will not take part in many of the operational tasks that are involved in running the business. Initially, all other staffing needs will be done with part-time employees.
Based on some discussions Malik has had with his attorney, the group believes that they should form an LLC for the new business. However, they are open to other ideas.
In your paper,
Explain the advantages and disadvantages of using an LLC. Are there any other business forms that should be considered for the initial start-up?
Discuss whether the LLC should be member-managed or manager-managed, addressing the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Discuss how the profits and losses of the business should be shared. This would include addressing the following issues. How should the LLC be taxed? When addressing these concerns, also consider if Malik, Nia, and Talia should receive a salary? If so, how would the amount be determined? If not, how should they be compensated for their work?
Explain why it would be important to have an operating agreement when the LLC is formed.
Assume that in four years the company wants to expand into ten larger metropolitan areas.
Explain if the company should remain an LLC or transition into a new form of business.
The Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) papermust be 4 to 5 full double-spaced pages in length (not including title and references pages) and formatted according to APA
must include a separate title page with the following in title case:title of assignment in bold fontSpace should appear between the title and the rest of the information on the title page.
student’s name
name of institution (The University of Arizona Global Campus)
course name and number
instructor’s name
due date
must utilize academic voice
must include an introduction and conclusion paragraph.Your introduction paragraph needs to end with a clear thesis statement that indicates the purpose of your paper.
must use APA Level Headings,
must use at least 3 credible sources in addition to the course text. Course booK: Seaquist, G. (2012). Business law for managers. Zovio.
Requirements: 4-5 Full Pages Times New Roman Size 12 Font Double-Spaced APA Format Excluding the Title and Reference Pages
Please provide an answer that is 100% original and do not copy the answer to this question from any other website since I am already well aware of this. I will be sure to check this.
Please be sure that the answer comes up with way less than 18% on Studypool’s internal plagiarism checker since anything above this is not acceptable according to Studypool’s standards. I will not accept answers that are above this standard.
No AI or Chatbot! I will be sure to check this.
Please be sure to include an introduction paragraph with a clear thesis statement in the last sentence of the introduction paragraph and a conclusion paragraph.
Please be sure to carefully follow the instructions.
No plagiarism & No Course Hero & No Chegg. The assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool.
Please be sure to include at least one in-text citation in each body paragraph.