Description addresses learning outcomes including: MLO2.1: Summarize the major federal laws requiring equal employment opportunity. [CLO1, CLO7] MLO2.2: Identify the federal agencies that enforce equal employment opportunity, and describe the role of each. [CLO1, CLO7] MLO2.3: Discuss ways employers promote worker safety and health. [CLO1, CLO7] MLO2.4: Summarize the elements of workflow analysis. [CLO3, CLO4, CLO5] MLO2.5: Define the elements of job analysis, and discuss their significance for human resource management. [CLO3, CLO4, CLO5] Using concepts from this week’s readings, discuss the following question in your initial posting. The WSJ is required reading for MAN 3301. Please select an article that you have read from a copy of WSJ dated within the past six months. Topics covered must pertain to the topics covered in this class. This week the topic is Human Resources/Workplace issues. ONLY WSJ articles may be used for this assignment. (copies of the WSJ are available in the FSW library databases for your review) Assignment Guidelines Prepare a short article analysis using the format below: The assignment should be completed as follows: Be sure to attach an APA 7/ED formatted title page Complete an accurate bibliographic citation (APA)—demonstrates the student’s ability to cite reference material – note this will be on the top of the page – see example Cogent Summary of the WSJ article—demonstrates the student’s ability to express the ideas of others in her or his own words. Relevancy—demonstrates the student’s ability to draw important distinctions between what is learned in the classroom and what is happening in the “real world.” Researcher’s Reaction—demonstrates the student’s ability to think critically and formulate an informed position. Correct English usage and punctuation—demonstrates the student’s ability to express herself or himself. The entire paper must be formatted according to APA specifications—double-spaced, hanging indent on bibliographic citation, indented paragraphs, centered (Level 1) headings. The WSJ template must be used and followed for all written WSJ assignments. Grading Guidelines Please see the attached rubric. Be sure to review your assignment after submitting it in Canvas in the assignment link. Submitting an assignment that cannot be viewed, or submitting the wrong file do not constitute valid excuses for re-submitting after the due date. Please see the attached WSJ template. DO NOT CONFUSE THE WSJ ANALYSIS GUIDELINES WITH THE ARTICLE ANALYSIS GUIDELINES – THE FORMATS ARE DIFFRERENT. WSJ Template 7th. Ed. DOI.docx
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