In the SLP project for this course you are asked to place yourself in the role of others. You might play the role of an employee, the role of a first-line supervisor, the role of the HR Manager, and/or the role of another stakeholder in a private-sector organization. By the end of the course, you will have a better understanding of different HRM employee/union/employer relations responsibilities in the private-sector and how to maximize your department’s contributions to the organization.
Parexel International, LLC, 356 NLRB No.82 (2011). Retrieved November 30, 2012, fromhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cT5hljA3WCU
No concerted protected activity, no problem—the NLRB recognizes “pre-emptive strike” retaliation (March 14, 2011). Retrieved November 30, 2012, from http://www.obermayer.com/whatsnew.php?action=view&id=321
Also review—Employees recording & publicizing management’s union communications, retrieved May 31, 2014, from http://www.laborrelationstoday.com/2013/10/articles/corporate-campaigns/not-a-trick-or-treat-employees-are-recording-and-publicizing-managements-union-campaign-communications/
- Write a new policy section for your employee handbook concerning what/when/why it is permissible, and is not permissible for employees to share workplace information with co-workers and also with others outside of the organization.
- Write a one-page summary statement from the viewpoint of an HRM professional concerning implications on HR management.
Bring in at least 2 additional library sources to help strengthen your discussion.
Please upload your paper by the module due date. Paper length: 2–3 pages, not counting the cover and reference pages.
SLP Assignment Expectations
Your paper should demonstrate critical thinking and analysis of the relevant issues and HRM actions, drawing upon your background reading and valid research.
Complement your Internet searching with library searches and be sure to bring in information from the background readings. Evaluate and select resources that provide reliable, substantiated information.
Give authors credit for their work. Cite sources of borrowed information in the body of your text as footnotes, numbered end notes, or APA style of referencing.
Prepare a paper that is professionally presented (including a cover page, a "List of References," headings/subheadings, and a strong introduction and conclusion). Proofread carefully for grammar, spelling and word-usage errors.
As you review and edit your paper, keep the following in mind:
Precision: Convey the proper information with clarity—clear, concise, and direct as opposed to fuzzy, wordy, and confusing.)
Depth: Relevant, supporting, interesting details utilizing module readings and library research.
Application: Applying topics to real-life situations relevant to the assignment.
Critical Thinking: Reasonable, reflective, responsible and skillful thinking to come to reliable conclusions.
Visit Trident’s Student Guide to Writing a High-Quality Academic Paper for instruction on writing papers, citing sources, proper referencing, and so forth.