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HR Case Evaluation #3

The objective of this assessment is to demonstrate your understanding of how the human resource function interacts with other functions in the organization.

The first part of the assignment is to create an agenda for New Employee Orientation at Southwood School. The orientation should last one full day. The new employee will meet with representatives from: HR, Finance, Information Technology and the school administrator. Present the Agenda as a nice handout that you want to distribute to the new employees and employees who will be taking part in the orientation. Set up a schedule, time, and location time for each meeting. You might want to build in breaks or lunch. Give each meeting a subject title and short description. It is recommended that a Table be used.

The second part of the assignment is for you to provide a description of each meeting and, in detail, explain the pertinent information the new employee will learn from each representative of his/her department. In this section of the paper references should be used to support your description/explanation as to what makes each meeting important for a new employee and to the school.

Use a minimum of 3 to 4 scholarly sources to support your rationale using APA format. This paper should be a minimum of 3 to 5 pages.

Cover Page with Name, Date, and Title of Assignment
Use headings to separate the sections of the report
Page numbers
Double-spacing
Times New Roman, size 12
In-text citations to sources in APA style
Reference page using APA style
References not older than 3 years old

Description of Human Resources
Comprehensive description of organizational area. All pertinent information is included: benefits, new employee checklist, policy manual, employee grievance process, performance evaluation/probationary periods, new hire paperwork.

Complete description of organizational area. All pertinent information is included: benefits, new employee checklist, policy manual, employee grievance process, performance evaluation/probationary periods, new hire paperwork.

Incomplete description of organizational area. Some of the following elements are not included: benefits, new employee checklist, policy manual, employee grievance process, performance evaluation/probationary periods, new hire paperwork.

Inadequate description of organizational area. Most pertinent information is not included: benefits, new employee checklist, policy manual, employee grievance process, performance evaluation/probationary periods, new hire paperwork.

Description of Finance
Comprehensive description of organizational area. All pertinent information is included: budget forms, budget process, cost containment initiatives, fund-raising initiatives.

Complete description of organizational area. All pertinent information is included: budget forms, budget process, cost containment initiatives, fund-raising initiatives.

Incomplete description of organizational area. Some of the following elements are not included:   budget forms, budget process, cost containment initiatives, fund-raising initiatives.

Inadequate description of organizational area. Most pertinent information is not included: budget forms, budget process, cost containment initiatives, fund-raising initiatives.

Description of Management
Comprehensive description of organizational area. All pertinent information is included: supervisor expectations, performance goals, office rules, cultural values, leave requests, sick leave, contact information, organizational chart, access to office and building.

Complete description of organizational area. All pertinent information is included: supervisor expectations, performance goals, office rules, cultural values, leave requests, sick leave, contact information, organizational chart, access to office and building.

Incomplete description of organizational area. Some of the following elements are not included: supervisor expectations, performance goals, office rules, cultural values, leave requests, sick leave, contact information, organizational chart, access to office and building.

Inadequate description of organizational area. Most pertinent information is not included:   supervisor expectations, performance goals, office rules, cultural values, leave requests, sick leave, contact information, organizational chart, access to office and building.

Description of Information Technology
Comprehensive description of organizational area. All pertinent information is included: computer assignment and responsibilities, information technology policies for the company, computer help desk, access to company files, email address, wireless printing and confidentiality statements when appropriate.

Complete description of organizational area. All pertinent information is included: computer assignment and responsibilities, information technology policies for the company, computer help desk, access to company files, email address, wireless printing and confidentiality statements when appropriate.

Incomplete description of organizational area. Some of the following elements are not included: computer assignment and responsibilities, information technology policies for the company, computer help desk, access to company files, email address, wireless printing and confidentiality statements when appropriate.

Inadequate description of organizational area. Most pertinent information is not included: computer assignment and responsibilities, information technology policies for the company, computer help desk, access to company files, email address, wireless printing and confidentiality statements when appropriate.

Agenda Presentation - Style
The text and the visual appearance were clear, interesting, and appropriate to the purpose and audience of the presentation.

The text and visual appearance were clear and interesting but somewhat inconsistent in style. Although the design may not have distracted from the content, it also did not enhance the employees' ability to understand the agenda.

The appearance distracted somewhat from the content of the agenda. The text was reasonably clear, but uninteresting.

Text was inappropriate for the presenter’s purpose (too informal, for example).

Agenda - Communicate Effectively to Target Audience
The agenda communicates effectively and appropriately to the target audience. Employees can easily understand the information presented.

The agenda communicates sufficiently and appropriately to the target audience.

The agenda communicates to target audience; however, some statements are either too long or confusing. Minor errors found.

The agenda does not effectively communicate to the target audience. Not all statements are appropriate and multiple errors found.

Mechanics
Strictly adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: Conventions of written English, including, but not limited to capitalization and punctuation and spelling. No errors found. No jargon used.

Adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: Conventions of written English, including capitalization and punctuation and spelling. One to three errors found.

Minimally adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: Conventions of written English, including capitalization and punctuation and spelling. Over three errors found.

Does not adhere to standard usage rules of mechanics: Conventions of written English, including capitalization and punctuation and spelling. Over ten errors found.

References and APA
The paper correctly cites in-text and lists three resources on the References page. If additional sources are used, they are included correctly.

The majority of in-text citations and the reference are properly cited; formatting is inconsistent/inaccurate in a few cases.
References are cited but incorrectly under APA style. The student has either used another format or incorrectly applied the APA style guidelines.

Inconsistent or missing in-text citations; fails to attribute an author’s word through APA citations.

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Meeting 1: Meeting with the Human Resource Representatives
During this particular meeting, the HR director will explore the myriad of issues that were identified when the contract of the new representatives was being formed. The chief motivation during this meeting will be to experience the opportunities set out for the representatives. The opportunities will include retirement advantage plans, pay schemes, affirmations for exceptional execution, and lodging to new representatives (Wilton, 2016). The new representatives have to gain an extensive understanding of the plans before they can sign the contract. It is important to ensure that each new hire reads all the terms and conditions of the plan. During the meeting, as well, the new hires will be required to examine the procedures that workers have to follow in the case of complaints and grievances....

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