MBL501 Human Resource Management Law

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Mary is 29 and works for Crunch Ltd., a food manufacturer, as a production line worker. A Federal Award sets out her pay and conditions. The pay is poor, so in an effort to ‘get ahead’ Mary has also worked part-time as a topless barmaid for several years. More recently, she has applied for promotion to the position of production line supervisor at Crunch.

Over the years, Mary has endured many tasteless remarks about her large breasts from the male workers at Crunch. A few weeks ago, on her birthday, Mary received a card from the male staff at Crunch. It pictured a nude woman serving drinks to men with their tongues hanging out. She was deeply offended and immediately told Andrew, her immediate superior, showing him the card.

He laughed at Mary, commenting that she must get a lot of similar cards. Mary then asked him to tell the male workers to apologise, and to train the men in appropriate workplace behaviour. He refused saying that he was sure the other workers hadn’t meant to offend. He added that if she could not get along with the other workers, then ‘there isn’t much future for you at Crunch’. The following day, Mary learnt that her application for ​promotion had been refused.

Has Mary been sexually harassed or victimised as those terms are defined in the ​Sex Discrimination Act 1984 ​(Cth) so as to allow her to seek a remedy for remedies under the Act from the male staff involved, Andrew or Crunch? Would your answer be different if the conduct had not occurred during normal work hours at Crunch’s premises but after hours at the Office Christmas Party, held at a nearby hotel? Why or why not? (You are not required to consider whether Mary has also been discriminated against on the basis of her sex.

means male or female) do not worry whether she is male or female.

I have already found the 2 issues u need to answer that issue only by using the IRAC approach.

MBL501 Human Resource Management Law

IRAC 1

First Issue:

Has Mary been sexually harassed or victimised? ​( her promotion was refused )

Use the Sex Discrimination Act 1984

Need one relevant high court case. as well as 4 to 5 federal court cases.

Note: it is clear do not use any other cases use only the Australian high court and federal court and act have already given for this assignment need.

I will attach the file of the sex discrimination act 1984. use the appropriate and relevant sections.

IRAC 2

Second Issue

Would the situation be different if the conduct had occurred at the Office Christmas party held at a hotel and not in the office?

Use the Sex Discrimination Act 1984

Need one relevant high court case. as well as 4 to 5 federal court cases.

Note: it is clear do not use any other cases use only the Australian high court and federal court and act have already given for this assignment need.

I will attach the file of the sex discrimination act 1984. Use the appropriate and relevant sections.

This is the sample ( example, discretion) on how to use the IRAC approach. Do not go beyond this.

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BMSK4001 Academic And Employability Skills

MODULE AIM

1. To provide students with the underlying study/research strategies and software skills to facilitate effective study in Higher Education.

2. To enable students to take responsibility for their own learning.

3. To enable students to gain confidence and competence as effective employees by developing a range of employability skills such as reflection, time management and presentation skills.

BMSK4001 Academic And Employability Skills

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon the successful completion of this module, the student will be able to:

1. Analyse published literature relating to a specific topic or subject area and produce a fully referenced, appropriately structured academic report.

2. Reflect on their learning using recognised models of reflection.

3. Research and present their findings in a variety of formats on a range of employability skills and collect and analyse feedback on their delivery.

This Module you have covered some grounds in terms of: academic writing, research methods, and learning about academic referencing techniques.

BMSK4001 Academic And Employability Skills

Task:

Produce a reflective paper of 2,000 words, explaining how the learning in the module has helped you develop both your academic and employability skills. Reflect also on any skills gaps and suggest ways you might improve on these gaps.

Knowledge And Understanding Of Subject

Your work must demonstrate the growing extent of your knowledge and understanding of concepts and underlying principles associated with the subject area. Knowledge relates to the facts, information and skills you have acquired through your learning. You demonstrate your understanding by interpreting the meaning of the facts and information (knowledge). This means that you need to select and include in your work the concepts, techniques, models, theories, etc. appropriate to the task(s) set. You should be able to explain the theories, concepts, etc. meaningfully to show your understanding. Your mark/grade will also depend upon the extent to which you demonstrate your knowledge and understanding; ideally each should be complete and detailed, with comprehensive coverage.

Analysis

Your work must contain evidence of logical, analytical thinking, evaluation and synthesis. For example, to examine and break information down into parts, make inferences, compile, compare and contrast information. This means not just describing What! but also justifying: Why? How? When? Who? Where? At all times, you must provide justification for your arguments and judgements. Evidence that you have reflected upon the ideas of others within the subject area is crucial to you providing a reasoned and informed debate within your work. Furthermore, you should provide evidence that you are able to make sound judgements and convincing arguments using data and concepts. Sound, valid conclusions are necessary and must be derived from the content of your work. There should be no new information presented within your conclusion. Where relevant, alternative solutions and recommendations may be proposed.

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HRM2050 Managing People In The Hospitality Industry

Select 1 option from below and complete your report. Please ensure you provide examples relevant to you’re the Job position and description you selected in your previous role for higher marks. HRM2050 Managing People In The Hospitality Industry
OPTION A: Health, Safety and Security Practices Analysis
Explain 6 common elements of health and safety legislation in the Hospitality Industry
• Provide 6 examples of employees’ workplace rights
• Describe 3 main causes of workplace accidents and identify how work accidents can be prevented in the hospitality industry, provide examples
OPTION B: Analysis of Federal and Provincial Ministries governing the Hospitality Industry
• Describe and explain 2 examples of the impact of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms on hospitality management, provide examples
• Describe and explain 2 key elements of the Employment Standards Act (ESA) relating to the Hospitality Industry, provide examples
• Describe and explain 2 key elements of the Ontario Health and Safety Act (OHS) relating to the Hospitality Industry, provide examples
• Describe and explain 3 key elements of the Workers Safety Insurance Board (WSIB) relating to the Hospitality Industry, provide examples
• Describe and explain 3 key elements of the Alcohol Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) and Smart Serve, provide examples
• Describe and explain 3 key elements of Public Health and Food Safety regulations relating to the Hospitality Industry, provide examples

elements of the Alcohol Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) and Smart Serve, provide examples
• Describe and explain 3 key elements of Public Health and Food Safety regulations relating to the Hospitality Industry, provide examples

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BUSM4322 Engaging The Diverse Workforce

Critically analyse relevant data in order to evaluate the effectiveness of resourcing strategies and implement improvements, BUSM4322 Engaging The Diverse Workforce

Articulate a critical appreciation of ethical and professional methods of exiting employees from organisations in the context of dismissals, redundancy and retirement.

What do I need to do?

Write an essay discussing the following question:

Companies usually see employees leaving as a bad thing, but there is an argument that employees sticking around for too long can be just as damaging. So, does the ideal employee turnover rate exist?

How should I present my work?

Report Template

The assignment should follow the following format:

On the title page list the following:

Module name and code

Student number

Submission date

References (use the University Harvard referencing system, support is available through the library www.worc.ac.uk/library/guides/study-skills/referencing). The reference list is not included in the word count but in-text citations are.

How can I obtain guidance?

There are specific sessions on assessment 2 in weeks 8 and 11 and tutorials on assessment 2 in week 12. You can also contact the module leader via e-mail if you require further advice.

How and when do I hand my assessment in?

Work must be word-processed/typed and should clearly show your student number.  You are required to keep a copy of work handed in.  You should submit your work by the 15.00hrs deadline on Wednesday 6th May 2020.  You should submit your work to SOLE, which is available via your student portal.

For this assignment, please put your work through Turnitin to generate an originality report. This is available through the class blackboard page.  You should include a print screen of the part of the Turnitin report showing the overall similarity percentage at the front of your assignment file and submit it with your work.  In the event of problems with Turnitin, you should submit your work on time as normal but without the Turnitin report/screen dump, and then e-mail the Turnitin report to your module tutor as soon as possible when Turnitin is back working properly.  

How will my assignment be marked?

Specific criteria are in the Grading Matrix for this assignment, which can be found on pages 5 & 6.

You are strongly advised to check your completed work against the Grading Matrix to ensure have completed all areas required.

How will I get feedback?

You will receive developmental feedback on any plans for this assignment in the tutorials in week 12.

You will receive summative feedback via SOLE by 3rd June 2020.

In addition to formal assignment feedback, you will receive feedback during lectures and assignment briefing sessions to help you improve your learning. This feedback may be provided from a variety of activities e.g. tutor-to-student meetings, group discussions, etc.

What do I do if I have problems which prevent me from submitting my work?

It is essential that you submit your work, in order to be able to pass the module.  However, if you are unable to submit your work on time you must contact your Module Leader or Personal Academic Tutor.

Unless you have an application for mitigating circumstances accepted, if you submit your work late, but within 7 days of the due date, you will have your work marked but the grade will be capped at the minimum pass grade.

What do I do if I am ill or have personal problems?

There may be occasions when you are unable to submit a piece of assessed work on time or attend an examination or presentation due to exceptional and unforeseen reasons that are outside of your control. If this occurs, you may be able to submit a claim for Mitigating Circumstances. This means that if your claim, which must be supported by independent evidence, is accepted your work will be marked or you will be allowed to resubmit the assessment or retake the examination.

What will happen if I engage in academic misconduct (cheating)? Academic Misconduct is defined by the University as any attempt to gain an unfair advantage in an assessment or helping another student to gain an unfair advantage. This can involve

·Using material sources without acknowledging them using a recognised referencing system.

·Copy another student’s work.

·Allowing another student to copy your work

·Claiming that you have undertaken research that you have not e.g. surveys, interviews etc.

If you are suspected of Academic Misconduct you will be referred to the School’s Academic Integrity Tutor and may face further penalties. Penalties may extend beyond the single assignment, and may affect your module grade r even the classification of your final award.

Academic Misconduct will be included in any reference provided for you be the University.

What if I don’t pass my assignment at my first attempt?

DON’T PANIC. In the event you are required to take reassessment you will receive formal notification of this via a letter from Registry Services posted on the SOLE page after the meeting of the Board of Examiners.  The letter will normally include a copy of the reassessment task(s).

BUSM4322 Engaging The Diverse Workforce

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BUS 3003 Principles Of Management

What makes a team? BUS 3003 Principles Of Management

Think of times you’ve worked in teams, both by choice and chosen for you.  What has made them successful?  What has made them disastrous?  Make sure you discussion the differences you noticed between the teams you chose yourself and the teams you were assigned. (this can be school teams, workplace teams, social teams, etc).
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HRM – Interview Questions

Is it legal to ask these questions during the pre-employment stage? Base your answers on the information in your text.  Can you give an example of an inappropriate/illegal question you might have been asked in the course of the interview process?

1. Kathy was asked what her maiden name on the interview when she went for her new job today. She told them but wondered why they asked that question.

2. Margaret was asked how much longer she plans to work before retiring. She actually did not know when she would retire but told them 62 so that she would land the job opportunity. This is her first job since her car accident.

3. During a job interview at a large company, Walter was asked for references from a past manager at a Wall Street Brokerage House and Investment Bank. She called Terry and asked to forward the reference.

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BUS517 Flexibility In Job Design

Historically, when an employee spent their entire career with a single company, and when technological advances occurred at a slower pace, job descriptions were more stable. Now it is not uncommon for employees to move multiple times in their career and for organizations to reorganize how work is done more frequently, in some cases continually. How do we meet this new environment?

BUS517 Flexibility In Job Design

Use the following to help formulate your discussion.

1. Discuss opportunities and limitations on flexibility in job design.

2. Give one example of job design for an industry or profession of interest to you, using your own experiences if you like. Discuss flexibility in job design for this example.

3. Compare and contrast the use of competencies and KSAOs.

4. What limits, if any, exist?

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BU450 Leadership Skills

Be sure to save an electronic copy of your answer before submitting it to Ashworth College for grading. Unless otherwise stated, answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English, spelling and grammar. Sources must be cited in APA format. Your response should be four (2) double-spaced pages; refer to the “Assignment Format” page located on the Course Home page for specific format requirements. BU450 Leadership Skills

The challenge for this chapter presents a case of a manager who must implement several unpopular changes that he/she does not agree with and that come on the heels of other recent changes.  There has been no input into the change and it is implemented top-down.  None of the recommended processes for successful change in this chapter have been implemented.  There has not been a period of unfreezing, although some of the changes may be appropriate, and there was little freezing last time change was announced.

The case is relatively typical of what mid-level leaders face in many organizations. They are charged with putting in places changes without much warning or input. Imagine you are the manager in this situation.

1.Describe two (2) ways that you could you approach the team.

2.How much of your personal feeling should you share? Provide one (1) supporting fact to justify your position.

3.Describe four (4) key actions that you should take.

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HR435-Compensation

Assignment

• Job analysis usually begins with a detailed review of information previously collected to develop a framework for further analysis. Although prior information related to a job (major responsibilities, task dimensions, etc.) may exist, it may no longer be accurate; clarification of existing information may be necessary in HR435-Compensation

Identify one particular job title within your organization. Analyze the job description and describe whether or not the information is still accurate or in need of further clarification. Do not include a copy of the job description itself (except as an addendum, if you wish). Discuss the steps you would take to perform an in-depth job analysis (What type of information would you collect? How would you collect it? Etc.).

How do you think your job analysis would stand up to various criteria for judging the analysis? Given this type of reflection, discuss your opinion on the value of performing a job analysis.

• Now consider what you have learned about the job-based and people-based approaches to compensation. Discuss which structure you would recommend for your organization.

• Use at least two credible or scholarly research (not to exceed 20% of content) to support your thoughts.

Make sure your Assignment includes the following:

1. Arrange job description(s)

2. Plan steps to perform the job analysis process

3. Analyze usefulness of job analyses

4. Discuss a plausible job analysis method

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NURS 6002 Professional Development

Task:

I have developed curriculum vitae to capture my academic and professional accomplishments to date. I have also developed a statement identifying one or more professional development goals, and a statement proposing how I might align one or more of these professional development goals with the University’s emphasis on social change. NURS 6002 Professional Development

The results of my efforts are below.

Directions: Complete Step 1 by developing (or copying and pasting) a curriculum vitae (CV) in the space provided. Complete Step 2 by completing a statement identifying your professional development goals space identified. Complete Step 3 by writing a statement proposing how you might align one or more of your professional development goals with the University’s emphasis on social change.

Step 1: Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Use the space below to write your CV based on your current education and professional background. Alternatively, you may write this in a separate document and copy/paste the results below.

NOTE: If needed there are a variety of online resources available with tips and samples of graduate nurse CVs.

Step 2: Professional Development Goals

Use the space below to write a statement identifying your professional development goals.

Step 3: Alignment with Social Change

Use the space below to write a statement proposing how you might align one or more of your professional development goals with the University’s emphasis on social change.
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BUSS2043 Foundations Of Human Resource Management

Case Study

Keeping Australian air travel safe: HRM and AirServices Australia

Airservices Australia is the Australian Government agency responsible for managing Australia’s airspace, which is around 11% of the global airspace (Airservices Australia, 2019). There are many challenges presented to Airservices Australia including unprecedented growth in air travel, increased complexity in airspace (more air traffic, unregulated air traffic e.g. drones) as well as a worldwide shortage of air traffic controllers (Airservices Australia, 2019). The Airservices Workforce Plan (2013) identifies some major workforce planning issues including an ageing workforce, high turnover of short tenured employees and a recognition of a need for diversity, in BUSS2043 Foundations Of Human Resource Management

However, recruiting enough air traffic controllers is a challenge. Internationally, according to Eurocontrol (2019), only 6% of all trainees recruited are ultimately selected for the role. Evidence suggests this is even lower in Australia with a success rate of around 3% of candidates making their way to successfully take on the role (Brown, 2019). Airservices recruitment process, (Figure 1) is aimed at creating an effective and efficient recruitment and selection process though a variety of stages.

Your answer should start with a brief introduction, answer the specific questions below and finish your assignment with a brief conclusion. Include intext references and a reference list. You must draw on examples from the case study and apply the theory taught in classes, your textbook as well as literature research. Please refer to the course outline for more details.

Task-

Review the Airservices Australia Diversity and Inclusion strategy 2016-2020.

Baker, 2019 ‘Putrid’: Sex discrimination in air traffic control could endanger lives, says report, SMH 6 August 2019, https://www.smh.com.au/business/workplace/putrid-sex-discrimination-in-air-traffic-control-could-endanger-lives-says-report-20190805-p52dw3.html

Respond to all 3 questions below-

1) Consider the areas of diversity and inclusion that Airservices Australia are focusing on. Explain why workplace diversity and inclusion is important.

2) What training, development and related activities would you recommend to build and support a diverse workplace at Airservices Australia.

3) Critique the measures of success that Airservices Australia has set and make further recommendations.

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