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1 HRM201 Final Exam Your project must be submitted as a Word document (.docx, .doc)*. Your project will be individually graded by your instructor and therefore will take up to a few weeks to grade. Exam Instructions Part A: Answer each of the following questions in one or more complete paragraphs. Each answer is worth 10 points. 1. Outline and explain the four steps of the career management process. 2. Describe and discuss the family-friendly schemes that fall into the category of “other employer-provided benefits.” 3. Briefly discuss the process of organizing a union, including the typical strategies adopted by management and union representatives. 4. Compare the following employment interview approaches: • Nondirective interview • Structured interview • Situational interview • Behavioral descriptive interview • Panel interview Part B: Answer each of the following questions in about five to seven sentences. Each answer is worth 6 points. 1. Summarize the right-to-work provisions of the Taft-Hartley Act and their effects on organized labor in general. 2. Briefly describe the Fleishman Job Analysis System. 3. What’s a transition matrix, and what’s it used for? 4. Describe the Scanlon Plan. 5. Outline the emotional cycle typically experienced by employees who are posted overseas. 6. Compare the advantages of internal hiring as opposed to external hiring. 7. In establishing pay structures, what’s benchmarking and how is it useful to human resource managers? 8. Explain the concepts of validity and reliability. Offer simple examples. 9. Compare the expectations and assumptions one finds in the traditional psychological contract and the currently predominant psychological contract. 10. Describe the nature of a learning organization. 2 English 300: Advanced Composition Illustration Prewriting Thesis, Ideas, and Content -The thesis makes a focused claim that can be sustained in a longer essay. -The outline/organizer provides a detailed plan for the essay and incorporates secondary sources to support thesis and main points. Organization -Ideas are arranged logically. -Each proposed main point is focused on one example and helps support the thesis statement. References -Provided three to five potential secondary sources for research. -Incorporated borrowed information from secondary sources using parenthetical (in-text) citation. -Properly formatted using APA guidelines. Conventions -The outline/organizer has been spell-checked and proofread to check for errors in word choice and typos. -The paper is reasonably free of errors that interfere with a reader’s ability to understand the content. Format -The prewrite is developed as an outline or graphic organizer. - It includes all required information in a properly formatted title page. Exam Number: 352212 Date: 09/21/23 Skill Realized 100-90 Skill Developing 89-80 Skill Emerging 79-70 Skill Not Shown 69-0 25-23 22-20 20-18 18-0 25-23 23-21 20-18 18-10 0 25-23 23-21 21-19 18-0 15-13 13-11 11-9 9-0 10-8 8-7 7-6 6-0 Grade: 58% Retake IMPORTANT NOTICE Along the right-hand side of your evaluated exam, you should see marginal or "bubble" comments from your instructor. You should also see a series of highlighted numbers in the evaluation chart identifying the rating you earned on each trait. If you don't see this 3 feedback, click on the "View" tab and "Print Layout" or click on "Review" and the option "Final Showing Markup." If you still cannot see the feedback, please contact the school for the complete evaluation. The material below does not meet the requirements for this assignment. However, it is time to move on to your essay. Lawnmower parents These parents drive ahead of their child from their earliest years through to adulthood, mowing down all obstacles in their paths. They work very hard to ensure their children’s lives are easy and free of disappointment. Generalization: Lawnmower parents clear the way for their children to become successful. Example disproving the generalization: Mary wanted to apply to college but did not know how to go about the process. Mom and Dad had always done these types of projects for her. Mary had not attended the extra class showing how to apply. She said it was too difficult and her parents allowed her to quit. Now Mary blames her teachers for a lack of preparation. Presently her parents are contacting the school for an extension of Mary’s applications. Following the generalization/stereotype you would then provide at least three examples to disprove the generalization/stereotype. Before you start drafting your essay, you should 1. Review the exam instructions in your study materials online. 2. Apply the feedback I’ve included above. 3. Use the same topic for your essay as you did in this prewriting. Do not switch topics. The illustration essay is a formal essay based on this prewriting assignment. 4 The thesis needs to focus on proving or disproving a generalization. The focus must be on a generalization or stereotype that is clearly identified in the thesis. The thesis statement must also present three examples which will be used to support or disprove the generalization. These examples should be named in the order they are discussed in the body paragraphs. Your essay will need • An introduction with a thesis statement. • Body paragraphs with topic sentences that each focus on one example. • A conclusion that includes your paraphrased thesis. Review the feedback I’ve provided and apply it as you work on your formal essay, which should be 1,600–1,800 words. If you have any questions as you work, don’t hesitate to let the school know. Prewriting: Illustration A Generalization about Effective Parenting Introduction Effective parents operate as a steady anchor in their children's lives by offering constant support and encouragement. This everlasting support entails being there for their children not just during their victories but also through their struggles. Parents support their children in developing resilience and a feeling of self-belief by providing direction, empathy, and comfort through trying circumstances. Thesis Statement Effective parents enable their children to face life with resiliency, tenacity, and a positive attitude because they consistently support and encourage them. Clear communication, emotional support, consistent discipline, and a nurturing environment are all characteristics of effective parenting . Commented [JC1]: THESIS: The thesis must be only one grammatically correct declarative sentence. Commented [JC2]: THESIS: The thesis needs to focus on proving or disproving a generalization. The focus must be on a generalization or stereotype that is clearly identified in the thesis. No generalization or stereotype is presented. The thesis statement must also present three examples which will be used to support or disprove the generalization. These examples should be named in the order they are discussed in the body paragraphs. No examples supporting or disproving any generalization or stereotype are presented. 5 Main Body Example 1: Clear Communication Effective parenting and clear communication go hand in hand to create healthy Commented [JC3]: You need to provide specific examples that support or disprove the generalization or stereotype, not an analysis of the topic. relationships and assist a child's development (Axford et al., 2012). An effective parent could calmly explain why certain activities are inappropriate and provide alternate alternatives instead of becoming enraged in response to a child's misbehavior (Cohen, 2023). For instance, a parent can make it obvious that finishing homework before playing is a family rule and that breaking it will have consequences. Imagine that a youngster had a fight with a buddy and is upset when they get home from school. A good parent would sit down with their child, make eye contact, and demonstrate real interest in their sentiments while they listen to them. The parent lets the child express themselves without interfering and creates a secure environment for them to do so. The child feels heard and understood through transparent and sympathetic communication, which deepens their emotional bond with the parent and promotes trust. Example 2: Emotional Support The provision of the emotional support that is necessary for the growth and well-being of Commented [JC4]: You need to provide specific examples that support or disprove the generalization or stereotype, not an analysis of the topic. a kid on the whole is a crucial component of effective parenting (Nomaguchiand Milkie, 2020). The term "emotional support" refers to various approaches that aim to maintain a child's psychological equilibrium and foster the child's emotional well-being. For instance, if a child feels apprehensive about a presentation at school, an emotionally supportive parent may recognize the signals of anxiety and provide reassurance, encouragement, and solutions for managing the stress that the child is experiencing. Example 3: Consistent Discipline Commented [JC5]: You need to provide specific examples that support or disprove the generalization or stereotype, not an analysis of the topic. 6 Consistent discipline is a key component of effective parenting. Consistency in discipline is implementing rules and penalties for children the same way every time. The rule would be consistently enforced by the parent. Children thrive in environments where rules and consequences are always the same (Brooks, 2023). Think about a kid who was born with something like autism spectrum disorder or another developmental handicap. It is possible that strict and persistent discipline will not help in these situations. To effectively parent this child, you may need to be more adaptable and use individualized approaches considering their unique difficulties and vulnerabilities. Example 4: A nurturing environment Creating a loving environment for children to flourish is essential for effective parenting. Commented [JC6]: You need to provide specific examples that support or disprove the generalization or stereotype, not an analysis of the topic. A nurturing environment offers opportunities for growth, warmth, and support (Gordon, 2008). The link between a parent and child strengthens because of these activities. In a loving home, parents are aware of their child's emotional needs and are there to offer comfort and reassurance at difficult moments (Walsh, 2015). Effective parenting ultimately aims to provide children with the skills they need to become resilient, empathetic adults who can successfully manage the challenges of the outside world (Brooks, 2023). Conclusion In conclusion, successful parenting is a lifelong endeavor founded on the conviction that parents substantially impact their children's lives. It includes various elements supporting children's intellectual, emotional, and physical development. Creating a safe and caring atmosphere where children can grow up with a strong sense of security and self-worth is a key component of this all-encompassing strategy. The best parents understand the significance of Commented [JC7]: CONCLUSION: The conclusion must restate the generalization/stereotype and your position along with the three examples. 7 constant two-way communication, emotional support, firm but fair punishment, and the cultivation of a warm home atmosphere. 8 References Axford, N., Lehtonen, M., Kaoukji, D., Tobin, K., & Berry, V. (2012). Engaging parents in parenting programs: Lessons from research and practice. Children and Youth Services Review, 34(10), 2061-2071. Brooks, R.B., 2023. The power of parenting. In Handbook of resilience in children (pp. 377-395). Cham: Springer International Publishing. Cohen, A., 2023. Skilful Parent, Happy Child: Raising Kids Aged Six to Twelve. Hybrid Publishers. Gordon, T., 2008. Parent effectiveness training: The proven program for raising responsible children. Harmony. Nomaguchi, K. and Milkie, M.A., 2020. Parenthood and well‐being: A decade in review. Journal of Marriage and Family, 82(1), pp.198-223. Walsh, F., 2015. Strengthening family resilience. Guilford publications.
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Human resource management
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TABLE OF CONTENT
Human resource management

The assignment consists of two part A and B which consist of a total of fourteen questions, four
in part A and ten in Part B. The assignment focuses on various human resource management
issues as highlighted below
PART A

I.

The steps of the career management process.

II.

The family-friendly schemes that fall into the category of “other employer-provided
benefits.”

III.

The process of organizing a union, including the typical strategies adopted by
management and union representatives.

IV.

The employment interview approaches:

A. Nondirective interview
B. Structured interview
C. Situational interview
D. Behavioral descriptive interview
E. Panel interview
PART B

I.

Summary of the Taft-Hartley Act and their effects on organized labor in general.

II.

The Fleishman Job Analysis System.

III.

The transition matrix, and uses

Human resource management

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IV.

The Scanlon Plan.

V.

The emotional cycle typically experienced by employees who are posted overseas.

VI.

The advantages of internal hiring as opposed to external hiring.

VII.

The benchmarking and how is it useful to human resource managers

VIII.

The concepts of validity and reliability and examples

IX.

The comparison of expectations and assumptions one finds in the traditional
psychological contract and the currently predominant psychological contract.

X.

The nature of a learning organization.


Running head: MANAGEMENT

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HRM201 Final Exam
Your project must be submitted as a Word document (.docx, .doc)*. Your project will be
individually graded by your instructor and therefore will take up to a few weeks to grade.

Exam Instructions
Part A: Answer each of the following questions in one or more complete paragraphs. Each
answer is worth 10 points.
1. Outline and explain the four steps of the career management process.
2. Describe and discuss the family-friendly schemes that fall into the category of “other
employer-provided benefits.”
3. Briefly discuss the process of organizing a union, including the typical strategies adopted
by management and union representatives.
4. Compare the following employment interview approaches:
• Nondirective interview
• Structured interview
• Situational interview
• Behavioral descriptive interview
• Panel interview
Part B: Answer each of the following questions in about five to seven sentences. Each
answer is worth 6 points.
1. Summarize the right-to-work provisions of the Taft-Hartley Act and their effects on
organized labor in general.
2. Briefly describe the Fleishman Job Analysis System.
3. What’s a transition matrix, and what’s it used for?
4. Describe the Scanlon Plan.
5. Outline the emotional cycle typically experienced by employees who are posted overseas.
6. Compare the advantages of internal hiring as opposed to external hiring.
7. In establishing pay structures, what’s benchmarking and how is it useful to human
resource managers?
8. Explain the concepts of validity and reliability. Offer simple ...


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