HMD259 UNLV Problems Faced by HR in the Hospitality Sector Reflection Paper

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HMD259

University of Nevada Las Vegas

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TOPIC REFLECTIONS: Students are required to complete three, one page reflection on a current human recourse trends/problems. These will be found by reading a current news or trade journal article. The article must be written within the last three years. The reflection must include the student’s name, HR topic of the article, title of the article, author of the article. One paragraph must be written for each of the following sections: Summary of Article, New Things I Learned, and How it Impacts the Hospitality Industry. Students must follow this format, a template is available on canvas. The formatting includes: single spaced, 12 point font, Times New Roman, 1 inch margins on all sides. All submitted reflections must be uploaded to the appropriate assignment section in Turnitin. Please upload one of the following Word file types: .doc or .docx. No late assignments will be taken. Pdf files will not be graded. It is your responsibility to ensure that your assignment has been submitted correctly to Turnitin. You will need to click submit twice and will receive an email confirmation from Turnitin. Guide to find articles: http://guides.library.unlv.edu/hmd259 Potential Topics (Must use new topic for each assignment) • • • • • • • • • • Succession planning Human resource forecasting Recruiting Training Sexual Harassment Discrimination in the workplace New hire orientation Work/life balance Company culture Business Ethics • • • • • • • • • • Exit interviews Employee performance appraisals Compensation plan (i.e. tipping) Turnover Discipline Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Unions/Collective Bargaining Employee motivation Employee interview/selection Employee privacy Grading of reflections will be based on the following rubric: Length Format Excellent – 100% 1 full page Single spaced 12 point font Correct margins Reports/conveys information and ideas logically and correctly. No grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors Satisfactory - 80% Reports/conveys information satisfactory and ideas logically and correctly. No more than three grammatical, spelling, 4 Below Expectation – 70% Less than one full page Not single spaced Not 12 point font Not correct margins Reports/conveys information and ideas logically and incorrectly. More than 3 grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors or punctuation errors Includes the following three elements: 1. Summary 2. Things I learned 3. How it Impacts the Hospitality Industry Summary Reflection Thoughtful description and summary of the article. Includes main ideas taken from the article. Demonstrates a sophisticated reflection and explores the significance of the article and topic to events, conditions or concerns related to the industry. Uses industry experience and insight to connect what the student learned to how the topic will impact the industry. Does not follow template which includes the following three elements: 1. Summary 2. Things I learned 3. How it Impacts the Hospitality Industry Includes the following three elements: 1. Summary 2. Things I learned 3. How it Impacts the Hospitality Industry Full summary of the Minimal summary of the article, includes some of article. the main points of the article. Demonstrates an acceptable reflection of the significance of the article and topic to events, conditions, or concerns related to the industry. Needs to connect experience and insight to from the article and topic to the impact the industry will or has experienced. Demonstrates a questionable understanding of the article and topic. Does not connect what the student learned from the article to how it will impact the industry. MISCELLANEOUS: • Please make every effort to arrive to class on time. Arriving late disturbs other students, especially on exam days. • You are allowed to use your laptops in class for note taking. However, if you are distracting other students around you or the instructor, I will ask you to stop using your laptop/phone. If this continues I will ask you to leave. • No cell phone use during class. If you must take a call, please step out into the hallway. • Students are to refrain from engaging in private/personal conversations during classes. This causes a distraction during the lectures and interferes with other students who have paid for the course. • Drop Date – Please check the UNLV website for the university policy regarding dropping classes as well as the Drop Date for this semester. • You are encouraged to email the instructor if you have any concerns about this course. • Dictionaries/Translators may not be used during exams since a number of test terms can be found in a dictionary. The instructor will be in attendance during all exams and students needing help/clarifications may come to the front of the room during each exam and talk to the instructor. 5
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Running head: TRENDS FACING HUMAN RESOURCE IN HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY

Student's Name
Training
Problems Faced by HR in the Hospitality Sector
Dana Severson

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TRENDS FACING HUMAN RESOURCE IN HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY

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TRAINING
Summary
"Problems faced by HR in the hospitality sector" is an article written in 2019 by Dana
Severson who is based in Minneapolis, Minn. She has been doing writing on marketing materials
for both big and small businesses since the year 2005. Severson initially was a manager in a
marketing company playing the role of business development. She designed targeted campaigns
for marketing for Betty Crocker, Pillsbury, Big G a...


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