INDUSTRIAL LABOR MANAGEMENT MGMT348-PART 3

Question Prepare a 6-column, 5-row chart for the following countries and parameters: Columns (countries) are: Japan Mexico India China Italy Germany Rows (factors to research) for each country are: Average manufacturing wage Country's minimum wage Typical restrictive work rules where there are unions How unions enhance or detract from company results Country's unemployment rate It is unlikely that you will find all of the necessary data in one online database. Instead, you will have to research a number of different ones. In addition, in some cases you may have to make calculations from a "base=100" report to get an actual dollar figure. Ensure that you cite the references used, in proper APA format. Wikipedia is an unacceptable reference For minimum wages, try one of the following sites: Minimum Wages database List of minimum wages by country For unemployment percentages try the following site: Unemployment rate (most recent) by country (be sure to note the year of the data) Your recommendation summary should explain which country you recommend for the future overseas expansion, based solely on the HR in your chart. Answer   Japan Mexico India China Italy Germany Average manufacturing wage 15 USD per...
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The Collective Bargaining Process- MGMT348-Part 2

Question  The student will define and discuss what collective bargaining is. The student will research, outline, and discuss all of the steps of the collective bargaining process. The student will research, outline, discuss and evaluate of the best practices for collective bargaining strategies. The student will research, outline, discuss and evaluate the arguments against and pro collective bargaining. The student applied correct APA, style, usage, grammar, sentences and punctuation. The student supported the research paper with at least four different scholarly sources such as research journals, research studies, government or accredited educational institutions Web sites. Answer The Collective Bargaining Process The collective bargaining process definition The collective bargaining process can be defined as a situation whereby the negotiation of wages & salaries and the employment terms & conditions is conducted by an organized body representing the employees (Marchington & Wilkinson, 2006). The range of issues negotiated in a collective bargaining process involve a myriad of issues such as safety policies, training, job health issues, balancing work and family life, and...
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Industrial Labor Management MGMT348-Part 1

Question  Create a PowerPoint presentation including the following: 12 to 15 slides Speaker notes Colored background Clip art or eye-catching graphs or pictures Review all 3 of the following cases and labor issues: Griggs vs. Duke Power Either the Supreme Court's ruling about reverse discrimination involving the New Haven, Connecticut Fire Department, or the Bakke Case WARN legislation For each of the 3 cases and labor issues, describe the following: What the issue was about Why its broad application to business in general is important to HR managers like Jane and line managers Answer Griggs V. Duke power Co. was a landmark ruling argued in the U.S. Supreme Court (Findlaw. (n.d). The landmark ruling was made in 1971, and involved adverse impact theory and employment discrimination. This case was presented to court by NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (LDF) on behalf of the employees of African-American descent. In this case, Duke Power Co. had for a long time segregated its employees along racial lines. The best kind of jobs were reserved for the...
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Employee Retention Factors and Strategies-HR400

Assignment: Employee Retention Factors and Strategies Attracting and retaining the best employees are some of the most important actions an organization can take to achieve its goals. In this Assignment, you will be analyzing the factors that influence employee recruitment and retention. In this Assignment, you will be assessed on the following outcomes: HR400-6: Examine the factors that influence employee recruitment and retention. GEL-1.2: Demonstrate college–level communication through the composition of original materials in Standard English. Learning Activity It is strongly recommended that you complete this Learning Activity after completing all the unit readings and before beginning your Assignment. This will help you practice important concepts related to skills needed for the Assignment. Assignment: Before starting this Assignment, review the Assignment Checklist. Using employee retention and employee retention strategies as search terms, select and read three articles on employee retention in the Kaplan University Library. Then, in a Word document, write a 2– 3 page expository research paper addressing the following: Identify three factors that that have an impact on attracting (recruitment) and retaining employees (retention). Provide a description...
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Select one industry from the list below: Bank, restaurant, health clinic/hospital, airline, or university.

Forecasting Successful organizations are also those who are able to make relatively accurate forecasts about the future needs (inventory, facilities, capacity, manufacturing, manpower) for the products produced or the services delivered. Forecasting is an uncertain science since it calls for predictions but current theoretical and mathematical models (quantitative and qualitative) make it possible for organizations to predict with an acceptable margin of error. Think about it this way; without forecasting organizations would always be responding rather than acting. Select one industry from the list below: Bank, restaurant, health clinic/hospital, airline, or university. What specific variables would be needed by that organization in order to forecast? Be sure you explain why you selected each variable and why it is important to forecasting. Which variables are used for short-range forecasting, long-range forecasting, or for both. Make sure you support your selections. Answer Everything in life nowadays needs planning particularly business organization. Forecasting is one of the planning tools that provide an insight and prediction of the...
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Unit 9: Forecasting-Discussion

Unit 9: Forecasting. Research the following topics related to Forecasting: Qualitative/Quantitative/Mixed Methods Forecasting Demand Regression/Delphi Forecasting accuracy Trends/Patterns Select three of the topics listed and compose three paragraphs describing the topics, one paragraph per selected topic, based on the course material and additional research you conduct online.     Forecasting Forecasting Demand Forecasting demand refers to a forecasting method that looks at the future demand of a particular product or service. Forecasting demand helps in inventory management, assessing capacity requirements, production planning, and in decision making such as when targeting a new market (Pride, 2011). Both qualitative and quantitative assessments help in forecasting demand. Forecasting demand involves estimating the future sales of a particular product or service in relation to a projected marketing plan. Forecasting demand involves analysis of three key areas in a business or organization. These areas include the sales forecast of the company, industry analysis, and an environmental analysis. Regression/Delphi Regression models make future predictions or forecasts by using past data. Regression technique analyzes the relationship...
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MT435-01: Global supply Chain Management Paper

Question : MT435-01: Global Supply Chain Management Research the impact of global shipping and receiving at ports around the world since September 11, 2001. What policy has been added to this field? What laws have been changed? Describe best practices in global shipping and receiving at ports in your own words, supported by your research online Sample paper   Global supply Chain Management Name Institutional Affiliation     The impact of global shipping and receiving at ports have undergone radical changes since September 11, 2001. New approaches, technologies, and mandates were adopted in an effort to improve the global supply chain security. Prior to September 11, 2001, security was among the least concern when moving goods from one place to another. The major priorities rested on delivering goods at the right place and time. Prior to September 11, custom authorities were mandated with the legal authority to clear imported goods. Currently, exporters are required to furnish custom officers with relevant documentation to proof origin of goods. The events of...
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