Read the case Lloyd’s a “Best Company” on p. 34, Ch. 1 (e-book); and answer each question at the end of the case.
Each question has a minimum required number of paragraphs, please meet these requirements to maximize your earned points.
Paragraphs at this level of study are 5+ well-developed sentences.
Students must be able to apply chapter concepts to demonstrate they understand the chapter learning objectives and how to apply these to real organizational situations. Students must be able to apply more than 3 concepts in each answer.
I encourage the use of up-to-date valid external sources.
The emphasis of case studies will be on the application of learned concepts and critical analysis of case studies.
Please include citations (with p. #) for all content including external sources and include a reference page.
Note: Some high-level questions have sub-questions, each question & sub-question must be answered.
Clearly separate the answers to each question by including sub-headers/titles (not the original question). *Without a clear separation of answers, it becomes difficult to know where one answer ends and the other begins and you may lose credit when I cannot identify answers to specific questions.
Format your analysis in MS Word (NOT PDF), 1″ margins, double-spaced, include a cover page and Reference page.
ALL Assignments must be completed using APA. Please review the Turnitin report and re-work your submission if your report percentage is too high.
1. Begin with a strong introduction to the case study (see the link to writing strong introductions). (1+ paragraphs minimum)
2. What skills does Black think employees need to work successfully in the area of HR? (2+ paragraphs minimum)
3. What are some of the outcomes of the company’s new HR strategy? (2+ paragraphs minimum)
4. What do you think might be some of the challenges of establishing HR policies for a global company? (2+ paragraphs minimum)
5. What types of situations do you think might require an HR manager to say “no”? (2+ paragraphs minimum)
6. Finish with a strong Conclusion (conclusions are not a summary, see the link to writing strong conclusions. (1+ paragraphs minimum)