1. The Importance of Talent Management to Organizations Goals. Watch the two lecture videos. Read the first three chapters in your textbook and answer the following:
- Define and give examples of organizational goals, process goals, and outcome goals
- Discuss and give examples of changes that can impact each of these types of goals.
- What can you do as an HR professional to ensure that these goals are met and that there is a smooth transition in the face of change?
Week One Lecture – Part 1″
In this video we will discuss how organizational goals and strategies relate to talent management. Please read chapters one and two in your textbook prior to watching this video. It can be found under the Video Button or at https://mix.office.com/watch/yusfnvtdzsxy
In this video we will be viewing talent management in a legal context. This video introduces you to the concepts of bias, affirmative action, and the bases for employment lawsuits.You can also find this video by copying the following URL into your web browser: http://youtu.be/W-
2. EEOC – Watch the Tour of the EEOC Video. Then go to the EEOC Newsroom (on the EEOC homepage) and choose and article related to staffing
- Discuss the article.Discuss the legal context (the law) related to this article.Go to the EEOC statistics.
- Discuss the filing trends for this law. (Be specific. Give numbers.)
- What implications can an HR professional draw from the article and the filing trends related this law?
3. Bases for Employment Lawsuits
Please Read PowerPoint Chapter 3 Slide 53
- What is the difference between disparate treatment and adverse treatment?
- Using each of the three statistical examples (stock, flow, and concentration), discuss whether or not there is evidence of adverse impact
- Try to identify what might be happening.
- Suggest ways that the firm can reduce it.
- Affirmative Action Debate“ (Optional)
- Since the 1960’s affirmative action has been a concept that has made opponent’s blood boil on both sides of the argument. This video gives some prospective on these arguments today. Please watch this video before doing this week’s assignment.You can also find this video by copying the following URL into your web browser: http://video.msnbc.msn.com/msnbc/34929467#34929467
RUBRIC PLEASE READ
- Paper should be approximately 5-7 pages in length. All answers should be thorough and well-thought out. Remember, this is a graduate-level course and you will be graded accordingly.
- Paper should show knowledge of the material from this week’s module and demonstrate the ability to synthesize the theory (not just repeat it back.).
- Paper should be in 12 pt. (Arial, Times Roman) and doubled space with one-inch margins. Indent paragraphs (do not skip lines between them!
- Answers should be written in APA format. Use headings and subheadings (in APA format) to delineate questions and part of questions. Do not repeat the questions or number them.
- All papers should have page numbers with the body of the paper (not the coversheet) beginning on page one.
- The header at the top of each page should have your name and assignment number (ex. A Fiedler Assignment #1).
- Papers will also be graded on grammar, spelling, and appropriate APA formatting (headings, subheadings, paragraphs, page numbers, etc.). These are formal papers and should be written as such. Do not use contractions (isn’t, can’t) and write out single-digit numbers (six, rather than 6). Proofread your work carefully!
Please review the rubric attached to this module before submitting the assignment, as this will be used as the grading guideline.
ALL paper should be written using APA format. It is best to refer to your APA Manual. If you do not have a manual yet, you may want to refer to the following website: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/16/
Additional documents Power points attached