Find an article that discusses one of the following topics from the readings: Discrimination based on race/ethnicity, LGBTQIA, or Sexual Orientation Barriers in the workplace.

Cross Cultural Management Discussion – Response needs to be at least 200 words with at least 1 outside research and appropriately cite those reference in APA style.

Find an article that discusses one of the following topics from the readings: Discrimination based on race/ethnicity, LGBTQIA, or Sexual Orientation Barriers in the workplace.

Summarize your article. Discuss how the article ties into the information from the textbook. Does it agree or disagree? Compare/contrast the information. Was any new information revealed? How could you apply the readings and make changes in the workplace or in the classroom?

You must post a working direct link to your article so others may view it. Your summary should be at least three paragraphs long

(I will need to know the topic and the article that you will be using ASAP so that I can make sure none of my classmates are using the same one – You can message me with this information – be sure to send me the link as well)

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Draft a memo setting forth the legal responsibilities (if any) towards this person (for instance, will the company have to pay the employee by the hour for each hour they carry the mobile phone?

Draft a memo setting forth the legal responsibilities (if any) towards this person (for instance, will the company  have to pay the employee by the hour for each hour they carry the mobile phone?)”

Compliance Assistance – Wages and the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

Success in this course requires familiarity with the Fair Labor Standards Act. This link provides an overview of some components of the law such as child labor, minimum wage requirements, and overtime. Navigate around the page to gather general information about a specific area that interests you. Or, explore some of the topics in-depth to gather information for a specific assignment you may be working on.

http://www.dol.gov/whd/flsa/index.htm

Requesting Flexible Work: A New Right in San FranciscoFact Sheet #53 – The Health Care Industry and Hours WorkedClearing Annual 401(k) Compliance Test Hurdles

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Explain how the US Dept. of Energy aligns their business objectives, budget, and resources within their IT portfolio.

Anlyze

Agency IT Portfolio Summary Reporting: Technical Guidance For Performing the FY 2018 Information Technology Portfolio Submission (Links to an external site.)

Links to an external site.

https://energy.gov/sites/prod/files/2016/08/f33/FY18%20AITPS%20Technical%20Guidance%20(FINAL).pdf

After analyzing the guidelines for contributions to an IT Portfolio for the US Department of Energy, what would be a good analysis identifying key issues, driving forces, and critical requirements in this approach to IT portfolio management.

  • Explain how the US Dept. of Energy aligns their business objectives, budget, and resources within their IT portfolio.
  • Address at least one of the various portfolio models and matrices used for portfolio management in your analysis.
  • How would you address IT portfolio monitoring and control within your individual IT Management Plans?

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We want to examine the Communication Pathway or medium in which communication is delivered.

Managers spend 1/3 of their time communicating up and down the organizational hierarchy. Communication is the transfer and understanding of information from one person to another. The communication model comprises of several parts.

We want to examine the Communication Pathway or medium in which communication is delivered. The Communication Pathway is the pathway messages are sent, including:

face-to-face meetings,
electronic mail and online discussions,
written letters or memorandums, and
telephone or voice-mail, among others.
While some people may be better at using certain mediums over others, certain mediums can be better suited for the specific message being conveyed.

For this week’s discussion, suppose you are a manager who needs to communicate several messages to employees of the company.

Messages

1. The CEO abruptly resigns after the news media reported, the CEO embezzles millions of dollars2. A plan to relocate the company3. The death of an employee4. The reassignment of one division to a new location

For each of the messages above:
List the medium (telephone, email, text, face-to-face meeting, etc.) you would use to communicate the message.
Explain why you choose that medium over the other possible mediums.
Then, look at the messages from a general sense and explain how your choices affect trust and credibility among the employees.

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Explain the characteristics that are unique to the millennial workforce

Prepare a letter to your company’s HR manager in which you recommend at least three new strategies for engaging your millennial team members that you can implement in your project without compromising scope, budget, or deadlines; and without alienating your Gen X or Baby Boomer team members. Your letter should:

Explain the characteristics that are unique to the millennial workforce

Assess Millennials’ presumed motivation for working on teams versus working individually

Analyze how these characteristics affect prevalent workforce engagement strategies

Outline specific motivational initiatives that address the needs of the Millennials workforce

Explain how each initiative might help increase team member engagement for everyone, regardless of age or seniority and provide examples.

Support your paper with a minimum of three (3) external resources In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources, including older articles, may be included.

Length: 2-3 pages not including title and reference pages

ENGAGE INDIVIDUALS OF DIFFERENT GENERATIONAL COHORT 2

The Different Generational Gap in the Workforce

Dixon Browne

Northcentral University

Dr. Mark D. Harris, DBA

5/19/2019

To Whom It May Concern

Subject: The Different Generational Gap in the Workforce

Dear Sir/HRM

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State which type of violence you have been addressing so far in the Session Long Project. Is this type of violence accurately identified and reported?

  1. State which type of violence you have been addressing so far in the Session Long Project. Is this type of violence accurately identified and reported?
  2. What are the consequences of this type of violence? Refer to short-term as well as long-term consequences.

School Violence

1. School ViolenceSchool Violenceis a significant issue. Most schools have some level of brutality issues,regardless of whether it is harassing, school battles or even understudies taking…

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What aspects of compensation are most important to you? How important is direct pay and bonuses?

Discuss the pay and compensation you receive at your most recent or current place of employment. What aspects of compensation are most important to you? How important is direct pay and bonuses?

1, current Job is United states Air force, 15 years, pay grade E-7.

Running head: PAY AND COMPESATION Pay and CompensationStudent’s NameInstitution 1 PAY AND COMPENSATION 2Pay and Compensation Compensation is the reward issued to the workers in an organization…

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Note: This question may have more than one correct answer.

Note: This question may have more than one correct answer.

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 precludes discrimination against which of the following persons:

a.

gay and lesbian persons

b.

women

c.

persons with physical disabilities

d.

persons who were not born in the USA

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You have passed up attractive offers from other financial institutions because you like the flexibility of working here

MGMT 311 Role Play #1

Chris Johnson, Loan Officer

You have worked for Ameri-Bank for 10 years (in multiple offices), and you are very good at your work. You have passed up attractive offers from other financial institutions because you like the flexibility of working here. Besides, your family is well off, so you aren’t concerned about making a lot of money.

Last month, your bank acquired a small consumer loan company with a staff of two loan officers and a secretary. After the acquisition, you were moved in to replace one of the loan officers. As fate would have it, the remaining loan office is Pat Simpson. You’ve known Pat for years. The two of you worked together years ago when Pat coincidentally used to work for Ameri-Bank. During that time, you were both single and got along well so you often went out together as friends to take advantage of the city’s nightlife.

After Pat left Ameri-Bank, the two of you lost touch. Not long ago, you heard from another acquaintance that Pat has been married for about three years and has settled down. In contrast, you are still happily single and living life just as you always have. In fact, one of the things you’ve always appreciated about Ameri-Bank is that working here has allowed you to maintain this lifestyle. You’re not a morning person and you’ve always had the flexibility to ease your way into your workday. You find you get your best work done later in the day, particularly after five when everything else seems to have quieted down.

In every office in which you’ve worked (including the old days with Pat), your co-workers have worked with or been willing to accommodate your work style. They’ve clearly recognized that you are one of the top loan officers in the company. Also, having the right last name doesn’t hurt (your uncle is a founding partner of Ameri-Bank) and so they have had no trouble making allowances for your preferences.

But Pat (your new office mate and, you thought, old friend) is proving to be an exception. Since you arrived, your relationship has been strained. Pat is almost never willing to stay late and has seemed irritated any time you insisted. This has been a big problem because company rules require checking each other’s loans. Pat’s unwillingness to stick around really slows you down. You often have no choice but to leave a stack of loans for review on Pat’s desk before you leave the office. Pat also always has an excuse to avoid helping you with your paperwork. You don’t understand Pat’s attitude. After all, you put in whatever time is needed to get the job done. And your requests for assistance seem very reasonable; other co-workers have always been willing to comply.

You decided to take Pat up on an offer to go to lunch today with the hope that you can use the opportunity to talk about all of this. You need to get Pat to loosen up, be more flexible, and be more willing to help you. “I mean, that’s what co-workers (and old friends) are for, right?” you muse on the way to work. During the discussion, you could try to stress the reasonableness of your requests. Others have never objected so why should Pat? Or you could try to work out a bargain. Maybe you could put in a good word for Pat with your uncle. Pat’s career hasn’t exactly skyrocketed. Surely Pat would find the prospect of an upgrade to “Senior Loan Officer” and/or a chance to move to a larger office attractive…

In class, you will participate in a role-play of this lunch conversation with another student. To prepare, answer the following questions from your role’s perspective (and bring your answers to class to hand in):

1.     What is/are your goal(s) for this upcoming conversation with Pat?

2.     What is your plan for trying to achieve your goal(s)? In other words, how do you intend to approach this conversation? Be brief but specific—mention specific things you might say and/or actions you might take.

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We are given the below case for my business law class. I am struggling to find what constitutional laws/clauses relate to these dilemmas as well as what common law concepts related to the law of contracts

Hello,

We are given the below case for my business law class. I am struggling to find what constitutional laws/clauses relate to these dilemmas as well as what common law concepts related to the law of contracts. After I identify some examples, I will address the position of 1. the former NFL players 2. the NFL 3. EA.

Electronic Arts, Inc. (EA) makes and sells the video game Madden NFL, which allows users to play virtual games between National Football League (NFL) teams, both current and “historic.” EA pays a fee to the NFL to use the likenesses of current players. As a “sweetner,” the NFL agreed to allow EA to use the likenesses of former players without paying any licensing fee. The NFL has existing contracts with the former players. Those contracts contain the following provisions:

  • Former players are paid a flat-fee by the NFL for the NFL to use their likenesses for promotional and marketing purposes.
  • The NFL can amend or modify the contracts at any time without the former players’ consent.
  • If a former player challenges the NFL’s use of the former player’s likeness, the NFL can revoke/rescind the contract and can immediately cancel the player’s retirement payments made through the NFL’s player retirement program.

The former players filed a suit in a federal district court against EA and the NFL, alleging a violation of their “right of publicity” and a breach of contract claim. EA filed a motion to strike the complaint, arguing EA’s use of their likenesses was an “incidental use” under the First Amendment, or in the alternative, was permitted by the former players’ contracts with the NFL because EA is a beneficiary of those contracts. The NFL filed a motion to strike the complaint, arguing that it had not violated any of the existing contracts’ provisions, or in the alternative, had not breached any of its duties to the former players.

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