How will the employee exhibit this KSAO in the job duties defined above? Rationale with examples and research is required.

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Assignment Content

Step 1) Review the following 3 materials to understand the nature of this assignment:

Strategic Staffing, Ch. 4 & 5

Step 2) consider in this assignment either your current position or a position that you would like to obtain to create job duties. Identify your job title and a description of the job duties in bullet format. Then, you identify at least three KSAOs (knowledge, skills, abilities, and other characteristics) related to the job.

Step 3) complete the chart called W2- Job Duties and Characteristics Chart & Grading Rubric. In it you will answer the following 3 questions for each KSAO provided:

    • Is the KSAO necessary prior to hiring, or can it be trained? Rationale with examples and research is required.
    • What is the importance of each characteristic relative to the others? Rationale with examples and research is required.
    • How will the employee exhibit this KSAO in the job duties defined above? Rationale with examples and research is required.

Step 4) When you are finished, upload the complete the entire document to Assignment area in Word format.

Requirements

Use size 10 Times New Roman font with single line spacing. Your total response must be at least 1000 words excluding references and the template. 2 peer-reviewed references must be embedded in your responses along with the full citations listed in the appropriate cells.

 

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HRM548 Recruitment and Retention Practices With Dr. Kyle Steadham University of Phoenix Week 2 Individual Assignment Page 1 W2- Job Duties and Characteristics Chart & Grading Rubric (Rev. 5-15-21) Instructions: Complete the chart below using size 10 Times New Roman font with single line spacing. Your total response must be at least 1000 words excluding references and the template. 2 peer-reviewed references must be embedded in your responses along with the full citations listed in the appropriate cells. When you are finished, upload the complete the entire document to Assignment area. Job Duties and Characteristics Chart Student’s Name & Email Address Job Title (of current, previous, or future job) Description of the Job Duties (include only the tasks, duties, and responsibilities (TDRs) in bullet format. (Tip: include at least 10 TDRs for a thorough job description.) # Example Identify and define only 1 knowledge area, skill, ability, and/or other characteristic (KSACs) in each cell below. (3 total. Do not include multiple KSACs in each cell.) Knowledge of Employment laws. This is defined as the employee having a working understanding of federal and state employment laws impacting employment, safety, and union activity. Is this KSAO necessary prior to hiring or can it be trained? Why? Rationale with examples and research is required. What is the importance of this KSAO relative to the others? Rationale with examples and research is required. How will the employee exhibit this KSAO the job duties describe above? Rationale with examples and research is required. This knowledge is needed before hiring because… When I compare the knowledge to the others below… The employee is able to apply the knowledge of employment laws when providing diversity compliance training to managers. 1 2 3 2 Peer-Reviewed References in APA Format 1 2 HRM548 Recruitment and Retention Practices With Dr. Kyle Steadham University of Phoenix Week 2 Individual Assignment Page 2 W2- Job Duties and Characteristics Chart & Grading Rubric (Rev. 5-15-21) Grading Rubric Content 50% Points Available 40 Max Points Earned Points Available 25 Max Points Earned Review the following resources to understand the nature of this assignment: • W2- Job Duties and Characteristics Chart & Grading Rubric • Guide to Peer-Reviewed References & APA Formatting • Strategic Staffing, Ch. 4 & 5 In this assignment, you will identify either your current position or a position that you would like to obtain to create job duties. First, you provide the job title and a description of the job duties in bullet format. Then, you provide at least three KSAOs (knowledge, skills, abilities, and other characteristics) related to the job. You’ll use the chart provided to answer the following 3 questions for each KSAO provided: • • • Is the KSAO necessary prior to hiring, or can it be trained? Rationale with examples and research is required. What is the importance of each characteristic relative to the others? Rationale with examples and research is required. How will the employee exhibit this KSAO in the job duties defined above? Rationale with examples and research is required. Use size 10 Times New Roman font with single line spacing. Your total response must be at least 1000 words excluding references and the template. 2 peer-reviewed references must be embedded in your responses along with the full citations listed in the appropriate cells. When you are finished, upload the complete the entire document to Assignment Files Tab. Organization / Development 25% Reponses is at least 1000 words in length (excluding labels, headers, references) The template was used correctly. HRM548 Recruitment and Retention Practices With Dr. Kyle Steadham University of Phoenix Week 2 Individual Assignment Page 3 W2- Job Duties and Characteristics Chart & Grading Rubric (Rev. 5-15-21) Mechanics 25% Points Earned 25 Max Points Earned Total Points Available 90 Total Points Earned Rules of grammar, word usage, punctuation, capitalization, and spelling are followed. Sentences are complete, clear, varied, and concise with proper syntax. Used size 10 Times New Roman font for main body text and references. Used single line spacing between sentences and in References section. Used naming convention “FirstName_LastName_Week #_ Memo.doc” when saving and uploading file. Guide to Peer-Reviewed References & APA Formatting in HRM548 Revised 5-15-21 kss All assignments in this class require you to incorporate at least 2 references that are peerreviewed (also known as refereed or academic) sources from the university library. You need to find and cite peer-reviewed, published, academic papers in the UOP library that deal with aspects of the assigned topic. It is important to use quality peer-reviewed references in your work if want maximize your score potential. Responses to some DQ and participation posts may also require one (1) peer-reviewed reference on an as directed basis. Peer reviewed does not include • Wikipedia, blogs, tweets, online dictionaries, social media references • Other students’ posts from class • Anonymous authors or unavailable publication dates • Product or service advertisements Peer reviewed generally does not include • Material from websites found via regular Google.com unless it is from a federal or state government. Google Scholar may work assuming the articles are from peer-reviewed sources. Here’s how to use the university library to find academic papers: 1. Go to the UOP home page (https://mycampus.phoenix.edu/) and log on with your Username and Password. 2. On the main UOP page, click on the Library icon in the top right of the page. This will bring you to the Library page. 3. In the left column, headed Library Databases, click on the first item, Article Databases-Major. 4. You will have three databases to choose from: EBSCOhost, ProQuest, and Gale PowerSearch. Although all three contain some information in common, they do differ in the type of information each carries. Therefore, you may have to explore more than one to find what you’re looking for. 5. Click on the link for any one of the databases (I suggest starting with ProQuest which seems to have the best selection of papers for most courses). 6. On the ProQuest page, check the two boxes under Limit results to: “Full text documents only” and “Scholarly journals, including peer-reviewed.” This will restrict your search to the full text of peer-reviewed articles only. 7. In EBSCOhost, check the box under Limit your results: “Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals.” 8. In Thomson Gale PowerSearch, check the two boxes under Limit the results: “to documents with full text” and “to peer-reviewed publications.” 9. In the Basic Search box type in your key word(s). 10. For any article, try to find a link to a pdf version, so you can view the article just as it appeared in the original journal. That format is often easier to read, and you will also be able to determine precise page numbers for any material you quote. If you have difficulty accessing the library, call the UOP Tech Support Desk: 1-877-8324867 (toll-free and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week). It’s a terrific resource and Help Desk staff members are very helpful. Guide to Peer-Reviewed References & APA Formatting in HRM548 Revised 5-15-21 kss Once you secure your peer-reviewed references, it’s important that you cite them properly in the References section and within the text. Check out the tips below to help you with formatting. 1. Formatting Citations Within The Text: a. If using a paraphrase: Yadda yadda yadda (Smith, 2004). b. If using a quotation: “Yadda yadda yadda” (Smith, 2004, p. 55). (Notice that the placement of the quotation mark and the period.) 2. Formatting References: Note the exact use of all upper/lower case, commas, periods, and italics, and hanging indent. • Book: (Double-space) Schermerhorn, J. R., Hunt, J. G., & Osborn, R. N. (2005). Organizational behavior (9th ed.). New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. • Journal, one author: (Double-space) Ramlall, S. (2004). Review of employee motivation theories and their implications for employee retention within organizations. Journal of American Academy of Business, 5(1), 52-63. • Journal, two or more authors: (Double-space) Wright, B. M., Barker, J. R., Cordery, J. L., & Maue, B. E. (2003). The ideal participative state: A prelude to work group effectiveness. Journal of Business and Management, 9(2), 171-191. • Electronic database sources: (Double-space) Cuddy, C.M. (2002). Demystifying APA style. Orthopaedic Nursing, 21(5), 35-42. Retrieved June 28, 2006, from EBSCOhost database. Lay, K. A., & Skilling, J. M. (1998). The importance of ethical decision making [Electronic version]. Texas Business Review, 23(3), 465-498. …
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