I don’t know how to handle this Business question and need guidance.
This project is completed in three stages. The first two assignments (Stages I and II of the project) are worth 100 points each. The final project (Stage III) is worth 280 points. Stage I is due Week 2. Stage II is due Week 5. Stage III, the Final Project, is due Week 7. Theory: There should be theory provided throughout all stages of this business plan to substantiate decisions made. All theory must be cited following APA format guidelines (APA Manual, fifth or sixth edition). Anything copied word for word must be inside quotes and properly cited in text and on the reference list according to APA format guidelines. Any information that is not your own thought (theory) must also be cited. There should be no more than 5% of quoted material (information copied word for word) in any of these three assignments. Introduction: The purpose is to (a) introduce the subject and its importance, and (b) preview the main ideas and the order in which they will be covered. Conclusion: summarizes the main ideas and major support points from the body of your paper. This is not simply rephrasing the introduction or reviewing what was shared in the paper, but also providing a closing paragraph for the reader. All papers must follow the following formatting guidelines. Double spaced One-inch margins (on all sides) Times New Roman or Arial font, size 12 Spelling, grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure should be correct. The title page includes (1) title of the document, (2) your name, and (3) DeVry University, all centered and double spaced. Headers are helpful throughout the paper to ensure that all assignment criteria are included, and they help with topical flow and keep the paper organized. CastleÂ’s Family Restaurant has eight restaurants in the northern California area with approximately 300Â–340 employees. Most of the employees are part time, with approximately 40% of them full time. The operations manager, Jay Morgan, also acts as the HR manager and travels to each location each week to take care of scheduling, recruiting, hiring, and answering questions for the employees as needed. He also takes care of payroll using an Excel spreadsheet and has a computer application to print payroll checks. Mr. Morgan approaches you, an HR consultant, for a proposal. Due to the increase in gasoline costs, he would like to greatly reduce his travel time for visiting each location each week and wonders if there is anything you can suggest to him to help him complete his HR tasks in a cost-effective manner. He hopes there is some way he can do part of his HR tasks from his office instead of traveling to each location. Stage I (due Week 2) Using the case scenario above, provide an assessment of the current business. Describe the company in terms of size, type of business, and so on. Explain why you think an HRIS is needed. As the owner of your own HR consulting firm, write a 2Â–4-page paper that includes the following paper headings, which are denoted in all caps. INTRODUCTION: provides sufficient background on the topic and previews major points BUSINESS ASSESSMENT: the name, type, and size of business youÂ’re assisting. Make assumptions in your business description using theory as needed and include the information in your paper for this case scenario. These assumptions would include background about a restaurant work environment and industry. IDENTIFIED PROBLEMS: Review all HR problems identified. I recommend making a list of HR functions that you believe could be more efficient based on the information provided in the scenario. From that list, choose one HR function for analysis, which will be the main focus for your business plan. You want to explain why you chose that HR function as your first item, and substantiate with theory. HRIS NEEDS ASSESSMENT: Explain how automation might create a more efficient process from the HR function chosen. How might an HRIS application assist the business? CONCLUSION: The conclusion is logical, flows from the body of the paper, and reviews the major points.