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International College of Manitoba
HRIR 2440 Introduction to Human Resources Term Paper
Instructor: Sean MacDonald
Paper is due by email Sunday April 5 at 6:00 pm Winnipeg time
Value: 30% of Final Mark
The objective of the term paper is to utilize course concepts and apply them to a job that you have performed or someone you know has occupied.
To begin, all students who have had a job must use onejob (not more than one) as the base of the paper. If you have never had a job, try to find a friend or family member who has had a job and is willing to be interviewed about their position. It is advised that students who have not had a job select a job that is at an entry level to study.
After selecting a job students must structure their paper in the following way:
Section 1 – Discussion of organization (Suggested 500 words)
This section requires specific paragraphs:
a) The first sentence of the paper should read similar to the following “The purpose of this paper is to use the results of a job analysis for position A (name the job title) at organization B (name the organization) to draft a new recruitment and selection or training program.” b) Discuss the organizations major activities, history, etc. c) Discuss the scope of the organization. This may include things like number of stores, number of employees, gross revenue, etc.d) Discuss the strengths of the organizatione) Discuss the weaknesses of the organization
Section 2 – Discussion of tasks, skills, standards, and working conditions (Suggested 1000 words)
Tasks: In this part of the paper, the student should begin by identifying specific tasks of the job. This section will include approximately eight tasks to discuss. Each task discussion should take one paragraph.
Skills and abilities: Next, the student should discuss five skills and abilities. Each skill and ability should take one paragraph.
Job Standards This third section may not apply to many jobs: A job may or may not have job standards. If there are specific levels of job standards, discuss what they are and include data such as type 50 words a minute or lift 50lbs etc.
Working conditions – Any extraordinary working conditions should be discussed. Examples: Overnight shifts, air quality, noise, weather. If the conditions of the job are not extraordinary, do not include.
Section 3 – Application of job and organization information (Suggested 1500 words)
Using the information you have so far identified in Section 1 and 2, draft a new recruitment and selection OR training program for the organization. (Not Both). In order to complete this section,