Completing the Charts
1. Individually or in groups of up to 4 people, please fully complete the charts found on the next 2 pages.
2. Use word or wordPerfect . Wordpad or Open Office. I am often not able to open these submissions.
3. The file name for your submission must be your full last name, followed by your first name and PR. Do not use commas. Knight Eileen PR.
4. If you do your project with someone else, submit it ONCE. It does not matter who submits it but it must have everyone’s name on it. In this case, the name of the file should include everyone’s last name only and PR. e.g. Jones_Smith _Someoneelse PR.
5. There is a space on the project for your name. Please fill it in. When you submit your project, only submit your responses and not the project outline itself. This keeps the file smaller for printing.
6. When doing your project, the issues section has over 50 issues.
In Recruitment, you need eight (8) correct issues for full marks for this HR area
In Compensation you need eight (8) correct issues for a full marks for this HR area
In Health and Safety you need eight (8) correct issues for a full marks for this HR area
In Training and Development, you need six (6) correct issues for a full marks for this HR area
In Labour Relations, you need three (3) correct issues for a full marks for this HR area
The “Other” area is treated as a bonus marks area where you receive 1 mark for each appropriate issue that does not belong in one of the other 5 areas noted above. This will top up your mark if you are under 40 marks in total for the above 5 sections. If you already have full marks for the above 5 areas, no marks will be given in this section.
7. Do not roll up issues into overall conclusions. While a number of issues might lead to a certain result, marks are provided for the individual issues and not the rollup. For example, rather than saying that interviews are not done well, list the actual problems that lead you to this conclusion.
8. Every issue that identify should have solution to it Again it is important not to use overall recommendations. Be specific.
9. Your project will be marked and returned to you within 7 days of the due date of the project. This means that you will receive your marks by January 30th 2020 (unless there are issues, in which case you will be informed by email). If you submit your project early, every attempt will be made to return it to you sooner, but there is no guarantee.
10. If you choose to work with a partner(s), each of you will receive the identical grade. You are responsible for your own group dynamics and I will not become involved. As a result, please ensure that you align yourselves with others who have the same goals as you do.
11. If you decide to break up your group, this must be done well before the project due date so that members can go on and complete a project by themselves, prior to the due date. This means that you should establish expectations within your group right up front, and deal with issues as they arise.
12. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to send me and email.