Influences on Employee Behavior/Foundations of HRD, management homework help

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Answer Question 1 (p.61) and Question 2 (p. 104)

All posts must be substantial, significant and thoughtful (not just "I agree"!) and you must include at least 2 (2) citations and appropriate references from relevant academically sound sources and only one reference of the two can be the text book. Citations and references must adhere to the latest APA format.Academically appropriate sources are peer reviewed journals, text books, conference proceedings, dissertations etc. They are NOT Forbes.com, Business Week, Wikipedia etc.


1.) Describe at least three ways that factors in the external environment can influence employee behavior. If you were an Human Resource Development professional involved with an action team that was charged with evaluating the likely success of a proposed downsizing of your organization, what factors would you want to consider in making this recommendation? That is, based on what you know of HRD to this point, how can HRD professionals impact the likely success or failure of this action?

2.) Explain the role that trainability plays in the effectiveness of an HRD program or intervention. Briefly describe the options available to assess the trainability of employees.



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Influences on Employee Behavior/Foundations of HRD
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INFLUENCES ON EMPLOYEE BEHAVIOR/FOUNDATIONS OF HRD
Influences on Employee Behavior/Foundations of HRD
Question One
Describe at least three ways that factors in the external environment can influence
employee behavior


Personal life – although every employee tries to keep their work life and personal life
distinct and separate, it is always hard to keep the worries of personal life from following
employees to their work place. For instance, employees are highly likely to separate their
worries of their sick child at home hence negatively affecting their productivity.



Competition in the industry – if competition is intense and compensation is attached to
revenues, employees are highly likely to lay their internal ethics aside as they scramble
for customers. On the other hand, if competition is stable, employees are less likely to lay
aside their ethical behavior to chase customers.



The reputation of a company in the society – if a company has a good reputation in the
society; the employees are highly likely to strive to ensure that their behavior exceeds the
expectations of the society. On the other hand, if a company is viewed as notorious by the
society, the behavior of the ...

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