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Week 11 Workplace negotiation processes
Week 12 Evaluating HRM towards the future
Full instructions are available on the Moodle site, including instructions for distance students.
Assessment Due Date During tutorial class from weeks 4¬12 inclusive.
Return Date to Students Assessments will be marked within one week of the presentation in the tutorial
class
Weighting 25%
Assessment Criteria
Your presentation will be assessed on the extent to which it meets each of the following criteria: Correct referencing (5%); Research aim and question (10%), Method (10%), Findings (10%), Article conclusion (10%), Contribution to topic (5%), Quality of presentation (30%), Visual Aids (20%). Further details on each assessment criteria are outlined in the assessment rubric.
Referencing Style American Psychological Association (APA)
Submission Online
Submission Instructions
The PowerPoint Presentation must be submitted as a single MS PowerPoint document, prior to the presentation. PDF documents are not acceptable
Learning Outcomes Assessed Analyse contemporary issues in managing human resources within the context of current professional and academic literature
Develop a critical understanding of contemporary human resources issues including ethical issues.
2 Written Assessment
Assessment Title Review of the Literature (2500 words)
Task Description
The primary purpose of this assessment is to enhance students’ research, analysis and referencing skills. The secondary purpose is to give students the opportunity to demonstrate their critical thinking and written communication skills. The third purpose is to demonstrate that you have commenced appropriate research for Assessment 3. Before starting this assessment, please read the assessment rubric at the end of this document. You should always check the unit website for specific instructions, which may be updated continuously. You are required to compile an Annotated bibliography of 5 peer­reviewed journal articles.
Step 1. Select a sector to study: construction, health or retail, which you will use in both Assessment 2 and 3.
Step 2. Select five articles from recent relevant peer­reviewed literature. These articles must be published since 2014, related to your selected
sector and the Australian context, and related to a theme from weeks 1 to 5 (HRM context, industrial relations, HR planning or work design). It is recommended that you undertake your research via the online ‘search’ of CQUniversity Library You cannot use the article from your
recommended that you undertake your research via the online search of CQUniversity Library. You cannot use the article from you Assessment 1 presentation for Assessment 2.
Step 3. Write 500 words on each article (500 x 5= 2500 words). For each journal article, write to the headings in the template. These include:
· full reference
· outline of research objective and research question
· outline of the method
· discussion of the findings
· summary of the conclusions
· indication of how this will be relevant for your Essay 3
Assessment Due Date Week 5 Friday (20 Dec. 2019) 11:45 pm AEST
Return Date to Students Week 7 Friday (10 Jan. 2020)
Assessments will be returned after the marking and moderation processes are completed.
Weighting 30%
Assessment Criteria
Your report will be assessed on the extent to which it meets each of the following criteria: Quality of selected articles (15%); Identification of research aims and methods (30%); Findings and conclusions (40%); and Presentation quality of writing (15%). A full rubric is available on the Moodle site. Penalty for late submission without approval if applicable [(¬5%× 30/day = ¬1.5 marks/day]
Important: Plagiarism will be reported to the Academic Services Centre of the University and may result in a “zero” mark. Referencing Style: American Psychological Association (APA)
Referencing Style American Psychological Association (APA)
Submission Online
Submission Instructions
Only MS Word document (doc and docx only). Other types are not acceptable. Documents that cannot go through Turnitin or cannot be opened will not be marked.
Graduate Attributes Knowledge Communication
Cognitive, technical and creative skills Research