Reply to these questions in essay (not q& a) format.

Employee Engagement solidifies the connection among employee, manager, and the organization’s mission, vision, values, and goals. HR demonstrates value by understanding and leveraging the

employer-employee relationship from both individual and organizational perspectives, developing effective strategies to address appropriate expectations for performance and behavior from employees at all levels.

Provide an example of a company who has a strong mission, vision and value statement.

Do you believe the mission/vision encompass what the company is trying to achieve?

What role does HR play in reinforcing this mission/vision statement?

Describe the steps the company will go through to develop a human resource strategy?

Discuss current changes in the business environment that affect the mission/vision of a



In 3 pages, and applying theory, answer the above questions. Reply to these questions in essay (not Q& A) format. Use the provided writing template, and follow 6th edition APA writing


Explain the primary focus of each reward; recruiting, retention, or both.

For your Portfolio Assignment, you will choose a company that you work for or are familiar with. For this assignment, assume you are the HR Director and that you have been tasked with developing a proposal for a Total Rewards Plan that will recruit and retain talent and maximize employee and organizational output. Your presentation must include the following.
An opening slide (or two) that explains the purpose of the presentation and provides an executive summary of key points.
An overview of the organization, as well as its mission, vision, values, and strategic priorities.
A summary of key competitive advantages possessed by the organization and the importance of using Total Rewards to advance these advantages.
A proposal that addresses all of the following types of rewards: Compensation, Benefits, Work-Life Balance, Performance Recognition, Growth and Development
Explain the primary focus of each reward; recruiting, retention, or both.
Explanation how you will administer each type of reward (i.e. new hire bonus spread out over two years, development opportunities by nomination of high performers, etc).
Description of how each reward aligns with the organization’s strategy, mission, vision, goals, etc.
Explanation of how rewards support the organization’s competitive advantages.
Explanation of performance measure(s) each reward is expected to impact (i.e. quality of new hire, reduced turnover, higher production, budget, etc.).
Proposed monitoring schedule for measures identified.
Proposed timeline for implementing the Total Rewards Package.
The presentation (PowerPoint or other presentation program) should be 20-25 slides (not including title or reference slides).

Identify the eeo compliance requirements that impact a federal subcontractor.

You are an HR Manager for a large sheet metal manufacturing company. One of your largest customers has just secured a major office furniture contract with the federal government. Your customer wants your company to become a subcontractor for the project, making all of the plastic parts required. Even though it would be lucrative, there is uncertainty among your organization’s top officials about whether to join this project, given that the preparation of an affirmative action plan and the formulation of goal achievement requirements will be imposed to correct underutilization.
You have been tasked to prepare a slide presentation (10-12 slides, not counting the cover slide or the reference list slide). Include an audio component (voiceover slides), speaker notes at the bottom of each slide, or both). Watch the short YouTube video How to Add Audio into your PowerPoint for more information.
Your presentation needs to address the following:
Identify the EEO compliance requirements that impact a federal subcontractor.
Classify the important components of an affirmative action plan (expand on the goal-setting process).
Determine how affirmative action goals should relate to an organization’s strategic human resources plan.
Elucidate on your recommendations to the organization’s top officials about becoming part of this project.
Use at least five Trident Online Library sources plus any applicable background readings to support your discussion.

A voluntary self-identification form required by the office of federal contract compliance programs (ofccp) for federal contractors asks job applicants with disabilities to self-identify as disabled.

First Post—Module 2
A voluntary self-identification form required by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) for federal contractors asks job applicants with disabilities to self-identify as disabled. This form is designed to help federal contractors and subcontractors meet Section 503 regulations, which set a target of seven percent of the workforce comprised of employees with disabilities. Nationally, there is a high rate of unemployment among people with disabilities. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits businesses from asking specific questions about whether an applicant has a disability,
Start by watching this OFCCP video:
USDepartmentofLabor. (2015, October 13). Disability inclusion starts with you [Video]. YouTube.
Now, for your first post, defend or challenge one of the following positions (“a” or “b”):
a. The use of the voluntary form results in benefits for everyone. The use of the form leads to expanded opportunities for people with disabilities, Moreover, through use of the form, employers have a better understanding of the composition and needs of their workforce, leading to higher employee productivity, which, in turn, benefits society.
b. Applicants with disabilities should proceed with caution before self-identifying as disabled on this voluntary form. The employer may be able to satisfy some federal contracting requirements through these forms, but not every HR department is ethical and can be trusted to keep this information confidential in the hiring process. An applicant should wait until he or she is hired before deciding whether to disclose any disability; especially if the applicant has a non-apparent disability.
For either “a” or “b” above, bring in additional information from at least two reputable sources (library and/or Web-based). Also bring in your own personal experiences, as applicable.
Subsequent Posts—Module 2
Challenge, defend, or supplement comments made by at least two different classmates. Bring in additional information specific to the discussion. Your additional information may be from the news, your readings/research and/or personal experience. Cite your sources.

How to write a press release, with examples.

Recruitment of Females and Military Veterans
Before you begin this assignment, be sure to review the Module 2 Background readings.
You work as VP of Human Resources for a private-sector employer in an industry that has historically attracted only civilian males (for example, earth-moving equipment, steel making, etc.). Because of your organization’s great success in recruiting women and also military veterans, you want to write a press release as free publicity for your organization’s efforts. Prepare a 2- to 3-page attention-grabbing press release, covering the following:
Importance of (a) hiring both genders and also of (b) hiring military veterans.
How your private-sector organization has overcome the difficulty of hiring women to jobs in an industry that historically has attracted only men.
Explain your best practices in targeted recruitment efforts in (a) hiring women and (b) military vets.
Bring in industry statistics from the IBIS World database in the Trident Online Library to enhance and deepen your information.
Bring in at least two other companies by name, preferably in the same industry as your spotlighted company:
A company that has been successful in hiring women in positions previously held by men.
A different company that has a strong practice of hiring military veterans.
For a discussion on writing a press release, with examples, refer to the following resource:
James, G. (2010). How to write a press release, with examples.
Use at least three reputable outside sources plus any applicable background readings to strengthen your discussion.
To find information in IBIS World in the Trident Online Library: Search IBIS World by clicking on “Additional Sources” under the Library search box. Click on the question mark icon after the IBIS World heading to learn how to navigate the site.
Since this is an academic exercise, be sure to add a title page and reference page when you submit your press release.
Upload your assignment by the module due date.

Provide the page or paragraph number as appropriate for apa format.

The purpose of this assignment is to identify and analyze various organizational structures, along with how structure impacts work and organizational culture.
Using class material, trade sources, and research-based articles from the online library, develop a 6-8-page research paper that addresses the relationship of structure to culture in creating an effective and efficient place to work. For this assignment, evaluate the strategies managers can utilize to impact organizational structure and culture. Address the following in your paper:
Compare and contrast good (pick two) and not-so-good organizations (total of four organizations). You can select from the best places to work (Forbes, Glassdoor, etc.). Research and describe each organizations’ structures and cultures.
Evaluate organizational structure in a global, domestic, service, or industrial setting. Consider how each differs in regards to the mission, management decision-making, and workflow.
Analyze why the structure and culture work well in those organizations that are deemed the best places to work.
Identify three strategic ways a manager could improve the interface of structure and culture.
Finally, many large organizations are trying to transition to smaller more flexible structures. Identify three management strategies that can make a bureaucratic organization a more team-oriented, collaborative, and inclusive culture.
Use at least three scholarly articles and other professional sources to support your work.
Instructions on How to Prepare the Submission:
How do I set up the paper? Title Page, Introduction, the body of the paper, conclusion, and a reference list. Use headers! You must use in-text citations for all references. Refer to the APA Sample Paper-APA 7 Student Paper.
Additional Requirements and How to Prepare the Submission
The paper must be double-spaced with 1-inch margins with 12 pt. Times New Roman font.
APA style and formatting with in-text citations and a reference list are required.
Read the grading rubric for the assignment
Check the instructions to make sure all elements of the assignment have been covered.
Third-person writing is required. Third-person means that there are no words such as “I, me, my, we, or us” (first-person writing), nor is there use of “you or your” (second-person writing). If uncertain how to write in the third person, view this link: .
Contractions are not used in business writing, so the expectation is that students do not use contractions in assignments.
Paraphrase from relevant sources to show a greater understanding of the topics. Limit quotes, though when used explain their significance. Provide the page or paragraph number as appropriate for APA format. Note that a reference within a reference list cannot exist without an associated in-text citation and vice versa.
Students are expected to use a variety as well as multiple course readings and research to support ideas, reasoning, and conclusions.
Submit the final project into the appropriate assignment submission folder.
NOTE: All submitted work is to be your original work. You may not use any work from another student, the Internet, or an online clearinghouse. You are expected to understand academic expectations with regard to proper citation of sources as specified in the APA Publication Manual, 7th Ed.
Use the UMGC Online Library to find periodicals from Forbes, Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Leadership Excellence, and other publications for articles on the best companies to work for, toxic cultures, best employers, great places to work, etc. Access the Library via the Resources link above.
Due Date
Oct 25, 2022 11:59 PM

Give examples.

Please answer the questions below. Use question and answer (Q&A) format for your response; in other words, include the original question along with your answer in the reply. Within your post, support your responses with information from at least two reputable sources (library and/or Web-based) and provide the full citation at the end. Use APA format for your references. Bring in your own personal experiences, if applicable.
For this Module 1 Discussion, you will first be asked to react to a video report and then do some research and comment on some international aspects of protected categories in employment.
In March 2017, the European Court of Justice ruled that employers may ban Islamic headscarves. As long as all religious symbols are also treated the same way, the court said no discrimination can be claimed.
Watch the video report from Deutsche Welle (DW) Brent Goff Reports for background and then address the discussion questions.
How do you think the European case discussed in the video report would be decided in the United States? Why? Explain and support your answer.
Select a category (age, race, religion, marital status, criminal/incarceration history, pregnancy, sex, sexual identity, education level, parenthood, national origin, dress, economic status, military status, and so forth).
In the United States, how are individuals in the category that you selected protected from discrimination in employment? Be specific. Give examples.
For the category you have selected, how are U.S. protections different from or similar to protections in another country (You choose the country to make the comparison).
Subsequent Posts—Module 1
Bring in additional information specific to the discussions by two of your classmates. Respond to each. Your additional information may be from the news, your readings/research and/or personal experience in that country, for example. Cite your sources.

Address the following questions in preparing a paper of 2 to 3 pages (not including cover page or reference page.)

Before you begin this assignment, be sure to familiarize yourself with the following information including laws and their amendments.
Anti-Defamation League. (2012) Religious accommodation in the workplace: Your rights and obligations.
Gepp, R. (2017). Religious accommodation in the workplace: Guidance for avoiding legal trouble. HR Daily Advisor.
HR Hero. (2017) Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA).
Katz, H. C., Kochan, T. A., & Colvin, A. J. S. (2017). Employment law. An introduction to U. S. collective bargaining and labor relations. Cornell University Press, pp. 71-79. Available from Skillsoft Books in the Trident Online Library.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. (n.d.). Enforcement guidance on reasonable accommodation and undue hardship under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
There are primarily two U.S. governmental agencies responsible for enforcing EEO laws. The two agencies are the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP).
Address the following questions in preparing a paper of 2 to 3 pages (not including cover page or reference page.)
Summarize the reasonable accommodation expectations concerning religion and disability that employers must meet under the law.
From your readings/research (stating employers by name), describe one specific private sector workplace example of a reasonable accommodation for religion, and one specific private sector workplace example of a reasonable accommodation for disabilities.
Use at least 3 reputable books and/or journal articles found in the Trident Online Library, plus any applicable background readings to support your discussion.
Cite all sources utilized to write your paper.
Submit your paper by the module due date.

Hr hero.

In this Case 1 you will be finding, selecting, and incorporating the most effective sources of information to support your discussion of Atlantic Shrimp’s actions as they relate to discrimination laws and regulations. Give special attention to the quality of sources utilized.
Exploring Equal Employment Opportunity and Discrimination
Before starting this assignment, use the following links to familiarize yourself with relevant law:
HR Hero. (2017). Age Discrimination in Employment Act.
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (n.d.) Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
U.S. Supreme Court. (1971). Griggs v. Duke Power Co.
Terms: Disparate/adverse impact; disparate/adverse treatment
U.S. Supreme Court Case: Griggs vs. Duke Power Company
Begin this assignment by reading the following scenario:
Atlantic Shrimp is a major processor of fresh and frozen shrimp sold throughout the United States. Atlantic shrimp employs 301 workers at its principal processing plant. The plant has a relatively young crew with 73% of the workforce between the ages of 23 and 31. The plant is in Savannah, Georgia. Atlantic Shrimp requires a high school diploma or GED as a condition of employment for its cleaning crew. Right now, the entire cleaning crew at Atlantic Shrimp is Caucasian.
Prepare a 4- to 6-page paper, not counting the cover page, the requested appendix, and reference page. Address the following questions in your paper:
Explain the importance of Savannah’s labor market in considering whether or not Atlantic Shrimp is in compliance with the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Discuss relevant data you find associated with Savannah’s demographics.
Based on your readings and research, evaluate whether Atlantic Shrimp needs to make policy changes to ensure compliance with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  If changes must be made in complying with the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, explain specifically what changes Atlantic Shrimp should make and why they are necessary to satisfy the requirements of each of these laws.
Use at least six (6) sources, at least three (3) of which should be found on your own (outside of the module readings). Provide a 1- or 2-page Appendix discussing why your non-module sources (ones found on your own) were chosen and what criteria you used to determine that they were appropriate sources for your academic paper.
Information Literacy Emphasis
As you may recall, in ETH501 (Business Ethics), Case 1, emphasis was placed on the first step to building your information literacy skills.
Now at this “reinforced” level, the MGT516 (Legal Implications in HRM) Case 1 takes information literacy a step further by working on thought processes to evaluate each source utilized.
In HRM522 (Employment & Labor Relations), Case 1, your information literacy skills will be enhanced even further.
The grading rubric for Information Literacy has been developed to measure student success in meeting the MGT516 Case 1 expectations related to information literacy. Rubrics for the other two courses are included in their respective oral communications assignments.