Training and Development: Unit VII Journal Employment Law: Unit VII Journal, Unit VII Scholarly Activity, Unit VIII Journal, Unit VIII Scholarly Activity

Unit VII Journal Training and Development 


As a result of performance appraisal feedback, it is identified that training is needed. In preparing for the training, the need has been analyzed, designed, developed, implemented, and evaluated (ADDIE method). As the HR manager, it is your responsibility to assess the training efforts, to conduct the training, and to assess the outcome or success of the training. What are some recommended methods of assessment when it comes to meeting the legal concerns of training? In addition, which do you think is more driven by results? Please explain. Your journal entry must be at least 200 words in length. No references or citations are necessary.

Unit VII Journal


Contrast the rights of public employees with private sector employees to organize and bargain collectively. What authority do the unions have in each sector? Do you feel there is a tendency in your home state to favor the rights of public employees or the private sector? Are unions celebrated, or is the emphasis on the right to work? Share your rationale. Your journal entry must be at least 200 words. No references or citations are necessary.

Unit VII Scholarly Activity


You are a new union representative. Draft a memo requesting copies of documents, policies, and procedures the union has in place so you can begin your job effectively. Be sure to indicate the importance of these documents on your position. 

Your memo should be at least one full page. Below is a suggested format for the memo: 

To: (Include the name of the supervisor and any others to whom the memo needs to be sent)
From: (Your name and role in the organization/union)
Re.: Specify the Topic (In this case—Requesting specific documents, policies, and procedures pertaining to your role as the new union representative)
Request: Include paragraph explaining your request (For example: “I am compelled to express concern about how we at ____ Company handle issues related to equal employment opportunity and sexual harassment prevention laws. In an attempt to do my job efficiently and effectively, I respectfully request the following documents, policies, and procedures that reflect our organization’s efforts to affirm equal employment opportunity and those documents that reflect the organization’s sexual harassment prevention efforts:”)
Name of document
Name of document
Name of document Requested date: (when would you like to meet with the company leadership to discuss the documents?) 

Be sure close the memo with a sincere thank you for the cooperation of the person(s) to whom the memo is addressed and a desire to work together often in the future. References and citations are not necessary for this assignment.

Unit VIII Journal


Discuss how you can apply the concepts learned in this course to your current or future career. How might the lessons you have learned positively influence your career success? Your journal entry must be at least 200 words. No references or citations are necessary.

Unit VIII Scholarly Activity


Write a letter to the current United States President, and put forth arguments regarding why you support or are against an increase in minimum wage. In your letter, discuss whether managers should be given a higher minimum wage or be paid overtime. Address what the minimum weekly salary should be for bona fide executives, administrators, or professionals. 

Your letter should be at least one full page and cite at least one reference from the CSU Online Library. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying APA style citations. Draft the letter using proper, formal letter writing format. Click  here to view the Writing Center’s example of a business letter.

  • Inside addresses
  • Formal greeting
  • Introduction
  • Purpose for the letter
  • Rationale for your request and research to support your opinion and ideas
  • Respectful appreciation for the president taking the time to consider your suggestions
  • Formal closure including your name

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