Examine the Role of Labor Relations Personnel

Create a job description and a 90-day plan of work for a newly hired labor relations specialist. This job description should outline the job title, education requirements, direct supervisory, primary responsibilities, and duties. Then, use this job description to create a 90-day plan of work for a newly hired employee. Highlight goals a new employee should work on related to the job description.

Length: Job Description 1-2 pages and Plan of Work 1-2 pages, not including title and reference pages

References: Include a minimum of five scholarly resources.

Your paper should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect graduate-level writing and APA standards.

Write a Journal Entry that Examines Your Learning and Experiences with Orion

  • Prepare a one to two (1-2) paragraph journal entry that examines your learning experiences with ORION in Week 6 of this course, that addresses the following:
    1. Determine the primary manner in which ORION has increased your business knowledge in the related subject area.
    2. Discuss specific challenges that you may have experienced with any of the subject matter presented, and point out the areas for which you would like more information.
    3. Suggest at least two (2) possible applications of this week’s material to the company that you currently work for or hope to work for in the future.

Healthcare Reform

Part I: The  world is becoming smaller and smaller and when companies look to expand they  often look outside their original footprint. Rasmussen Healthcare Systems is  looking to expand their system to another state. To help advise Rasmussen on  this decision, you will write 4-5 pages that compare and contrast the  healthcare reform policies of the state where you reside and another state of  your choice. Please keep in mind the position and facility you selected. Make  sure to include the following:

  1. Discuss the purpose of each state’s reform.
  2. Describe a minimum of three specific examples of       similarities and differences in healthcare reform policies in the two       states.
  3. Discuss in detail some of the ethical issues and moral       disputes in each state’s reform.
  4. Discuss your recommendation on whether Rasmussen       Healthcare Systems should expand to the second state.
  5. This portion of your assignment will require you to       research and examine information from various sources. Use a minimum of       five credible sources for your paper, with three being an academic source       from the Rasmussen College Online Library (don’t forget to include in-text       citations throughout your paper with paraphrasing or quoting).
  6. Make sure to include your APA formatted reference page.

Example of Potential Useful Websites

Part II: PowerPoint  is typically the application of choice when conducting a meeting. There are many  philosophies on how to create an effective PowerPoint, so do some research on  the dos and don’ts. Then create a professional PowerPoint that you would  present to the management team at your location that highlights your research.  SkillSurfer in the online tutoring platform offers beginner, intermediate, and  advanced tutorials on Microsoft Office products. Make sure to include the  following in your PowerPoint:

  1. Length of PowerPoint is up to the student.
  2. Highlight specific policy changes in each state’s reform.
  3. Highlight each similarity and difference.
  4. Highlight your final recommendation on whether       Rasmussen Healthcare Systems should expand to the other state.
  5. Use the Notes area on each slide as needed to expand on       the key points.
  6. You may use a free screen capture site such as Screencast-O-Matic to record a video of your presentation.       Screencast-O-Matic is a site and program that can perform screen desk and       audio capture up to 15 minutes for free, and can be utilized on a Windows       or Mac computer. (Note: You can       use a similar program if you prefer. Screencast-O-Matic is just one suggestion). Make sure that both your voice and the       PowerPoint slides are captured on the video. Your presentation should be       10 minutes or less.
  7. If you are utilizing the Screencast-O-Matic option,       please watch this short instructional video on how to record, upload, and       provide your instructor with the web link to your recorded presentation.       If you would like to present your PowerPoint document within a live       session, please reach out to your instructor for more details.

Your presentation should include an introduction, a concise  discussion of each slide, and a conclusion. Make sure to use audience specific  language and tone in your PowerPoint. Remember, you would be presenting this to  the management team at your location. The presentation will be assessed on your  overall knowledge of the content, clarity of your voice, pronunciation of  words, organization of your presentation, proper recording of your  presentation, overall aesthetics and professionalism, and general clarity to  your presentation.

Need help with discussion question – Gift of knowledge

The gift of knowledge consistently comes alive, in books and other literature materials. Knowledge is about continuing to learn, seeking the truth. In addition, seeking the truth helps students to open the windows of their minds and encourages each student to appreciate other people’s perspectives.

What are your thought in regard to the gift of knowledge?

(Please provide good quality and original response. Thank you!)

Strategy Implementation and Evaluation (SLP MGT499), management homework help

Current Event Blog 4 

For this SLP submission you will be asked to submit your fourth blog entry about another important aspect of the strategic management process and to provide examples based on current events pulled from recent articles from reputable sources (such as a major national news source like the NY Times, Business Week, etc.). 

Recall that the main article(s) for each of your blog entries must be no older than 4 months old.  If you use an older article as your primary focal article, you will be asked to redo the assignment.  You may, of course, use older sources to support your discussion but the article serving as the main focus of your paper must be recent. 

This final blog entry will be related to your case assignment in that it will deal with Comcast.  For this assignment consider the short news article related to Verizon by Albanesius (2014) and the Nakashima (2014) article that discusses a deal made between Disney and the Dish Network.  The articles deal with plans to provide video content on mobile devices and on home televisions in an a la carte manner.  As you know, Cable companies tend to bundle programming to cause customers to want to buy more premium packages to accommodate their home entertainment desires.  The players in the industry have been avoiding the a la carte approach to programming in order to cause customers to pay more through the bundling strategy. 

Your assignment will be to present to your blog reading audience an argument as to whether you believe that Comcast is strategically poised to compete with upcoming changes in the environment related to providing an a la carte approach to programming.  What should large cable companies like Comcast be doing now so as not to go the way of Kodak? 

Make sure you provide at least two very recent articles to support your key points (no older than 4 months old).




LOS ANGELES — Dish Network and Disney have reached a landmark deal that envisions the day when Dish will offer a Netflix-like TV service to people who’d rather stream TV over the Internet than put a satellite receiver on their roof.

The deal announced late Monday paves the way for Dish to offer live local broadcasts from ABC TV stations and programming from ABC Family, Disney Channel, ESPN and ESPN2 over mobile devices, set-top boxes and other means, similar to how Netflix’s video streams are delivered today.

No start date for such a service was announced. It is likely that Dish will have to cut similar deals with other programmers to make such a service attractive. A Dish spokesman refused to speculate on what the offering would cost.

As part of the new rights deal, Dish Network Corp. agreed to disable — for three days after the initial broadcast — a function on its Hopper digital video recorders that allows people to automatically record and strip out commercials from prime-time weeknight programming. But that’s only for programs on ABC, which is owned by The Walt Disney Co.

Dish CEO Joseph Clayton said in a statement the deal was “about predicting the future of television.”

Anne Sweeney, co-chairman of Disney Media Networks, said in a statement that both Disney CEO Bob Iger and Dish’s majority shareholder, Charlie Ergen, were directly involved in carving out “one of the most complex and comprehensive” deals ever.

“We planned for the evolution of our industry,” she said.

With the deal, both sides are dropping a legal battle between them over the so-called AutoHop function, which had threatened to cut into the revenue of media companies like Disney by stripping out ads. Dish hasn’t made public how many of its 14 million subscribers use the Hopper.

Dish customers will also gain access for the first time to Disney’s WatchESPN, Watch Disney, Watch ABC Family and Watch ABC apps, which allow for live and on-demand program viewing on mobile devices in or out of the home.

Dish is also picking up a slew of new channels including Disney Junior, Fusion, ESPN Goal Line, Longhorn Network and the upcoming SEC ESPN Network when it launches sometime this fall. It also gains more access to more on-demand Disney programming.

The companies said they would work together on new advertising models. Last month, Dish announced a technology partnership with rival satellite TV company DirecTV to launch a system that helps target political ads to viewers based on where they live.

Dish and Disney said they are looking at dynamically inserting ads into programming based on viewer data, developing new ways of advertising on mobile devices, and measuring viewing for longer than the current industry standard that includes the live broadcast plus three days of DVR viewing.

The two sides have been quietly negotiating a new deal since before the last one expired at the end of September, deftly avoiding a signal blackout like the one between CBS Corp. and Time Warner Cable Inc. last August that caused massive subscriber defections.


Verizon is looking to roll out its Internet TV service by mid-2015, with an offering that will allow viewers to pick and choose the channels they want.

During a Thursday appearance at a Goldman Sachs technology conference, Verizon Communications chief Lowell McAdam said the service will likely include access to the “big four” broadcast networks, as well as “custom channels.”

“No one wants to have 300 channels on your wireless device,” McAdam said. “And I think everyone understands. It will go to a la carte.”

Major cable and pay TV services have long resisted an “a la carte” approach that would let customers pick and choose the channels they want to pay for rather than pay for a bundle of 300+ channels. For about a decade, they have argued that a la carte would result in increased pricing and less channel diversity.

And while that probably won’t change for traditional cable customers anytime soon, McAdam acknowledged that when it comes to the Web and mobile, a different approach is necessary.

“We do see that the millennials really want to look at…content over the iPads and other tablet devices and their smartphones,” McAdam said. Attitudes in the industry about accessing content online is “changing dramatically,” he said, and execs are more open to the idea now than they were two years ago.

“I don’t think there is any one that would stand up here and say the only way it’s going to be offered five years from now is linear and it’s going to be tied to your TV set because frankly they will miss the market and they will be the ones left behind,” McAdam said.

In January, Verizon Communications bought Intel’s TV business for an undisclosed sum, picking up the intellectual property rights and other assets that powered Intel’s OnCue Cloud TV platform. At the time, Verizon said it planned to integrate IP-based TV services with FiOS video as well as expand its mobile video offerings.

As for what type of custom channels viewers can expect, McAdam pointed to AwesomenessTV, which DreamWorks acquired last year, but didn’t delve too much more into possible partners, except to say that they will probably be “out of the West Coast, where a lot of this is more home grown content.”

SLP Assignment Expectations

Your SLP assignment should be a minimum of 4-5 pages in length. 

You are required to use APA formatting and you are required to cite and reference your sources.  There should be a minimum of three reputable sources cited and referenced in your paper. 

Please make sure you review the assignment rubric prior to writing your assignment.

Business Statistics Kaplan University

The Assignment should be prepared using Microsoft Word and be at least two paragraphs in length (12 point, double spaced). The paper should follow APA format and be grammatically correct.

Explain the Central Limit Theorem and why it is important. Explain the difference between a point estimate and a confidence interval. Explain what impact increasing the sample size will have on the margin of error.

Journalize the following

(1)  An accounting intern recently made the following entries.

May 2  Cash  $140,000

                  Common Stock  $140,000

  (Issued 10,000 shares of common stock of $10 stated value at $14 per share.)

May 10  Cash  $700,000

                      Preferred Stock   $700,000

  (Issued 10,000 shares of $50 par value preferred stock for $70 per share.)

May 15  Common Stock  $20,000

                       Cash  $20,000

  (Purchased 1,000 shares of common stock for the treasury for $20 per share.)

May 31   Cash  $12,500

                 Common Stock  $10.000

                 Gain on Sale of Stock  $2,500

  (Sold 500 shares of treasury stock at $25 per share.) 

Based upon the explanation, make the correct entry for each of the above entries. No further explanation required.





Compensations/benefits, writing homework help

Must be original and pass all originality tests.

This assignment consists of two (2) sections: a narrative and a PowerPoint presentation.

Imagine that you have just been hired by a new company as the director of the HR department. You have been tasked to hire a new secretary for the department and to develop an employee compensation and benefits package that will be used for that position upon hire. Develop a PowerPoint presentation to present this information to your Vice President. Go to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (BLS) Website, located at www.bls.gov, for information regarding organizations and pay in your geographical area.

Section 1: Narrative

Write a two to three (2-3) page paper in which you:

  • Choose the type of organization for which you are designing the package.
  • Develop an employee compensation and benefits package for this new position. Support your ideas for the compensation/benefits package.
  • Use at least three (3) quality academic resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not qualify as academic resources.

Section 1 of your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

  • Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
  • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.

Section 2: Presentation

Create a twenty (20) slide PowerPoint presentation in which you:

4. Provide an overview of the employee compensation and benefits package that you developed in the narrative portion of this assignment.

5. Determine if the employee will be exempt or nonexempt and discuss how overtime will be handled.

6. Suggest other benefits that might be considered within the next few months to enhance employee performance and provide job motivation.

7. Provide information on how government regulations will influence the compensation.

8. Examine data from two (2) organizations listed in the BLS Website with packages similar to yours, focusing on salary, compensation, and benefits in order to convince upper management that your package should be accepted and implemented.

9. Describe how the competitive compensation and benefits package will align with the HRM strategy.

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

  • Design training and development systems to improve employee performance.
  • Develop competitive compensation and benefits packages that align with HRM strategy.
  • Use technology and information resources to research issues in strategic human resource development.
  • Write clearly and concisely about strategic human resource development using proper writing mechanics.

FIN350- "Stock Valuation and Risk"

From the first e-Activity, identify your chosen stock and then decide if it is fairly valued. Share how you reached your conclusion. Take a position on the following: The media and / or government officials influence an investor’s risk tolerance. Provide an example or evidence to support your position.

Identify the most important risk in investing in the financial futures market. Recommend one strategy to manage the risk.

From the second e-Activity, identify a client (or type of client) who would benefit from purchasing a futures market for a specific commodity. Support your response with evidence or an example. (Research the Internet of the Library for activity on a specific commodity futures market covering a 12-month time period.)

Need accounting help with the additional information and Bramer Corporation’s controller

Bramer Corporation’s controller, Mara, was asked to prepare a capital investment analysis for a robot-guided aluminum window machine. This machine would automate the entire window-casing manufacturing line. Mara has just returned from an international seminar on qualitative inputs into the capital investment decision and the value chain. She is eager to incorporate these new ideas into the analysis. In addition to the normal net present value analysis (which produced a significant negative result), Mara factored in figures for customer satisfaction, scrap reduction, reduced inventory needs, and reputation for quality.

With the additional information included, the analysis produced a positive result for the investment. Do you think these other factors should be included in Mara’s analysis?  Elaborate on why or why not.

500-600 words.

APA style.

 At least two references from online resources.