Throughout this course we have reviewed the importance of ethical behavior and diversity, as related to HR policies, procedures, training, organizational culture, etc. For the past eight weeks, a number of topics have been discussed which should assist e you in further understanding the importance of HRM in creating a culture of success. For your Final Portfolio Project, you will utilize the knowledge gained throughout this course to review a Fortune 500 Employee Handbook and create a training program, which is based upon the information in this handbook.
This training program should be comprehensive in nature and should not merely reiterate information within the Employee Handbook, but should rather do the following:
- Welcome employees to the training, while communicating the mission, vision, goals, and objectives of the organization
- Discuss aspects of the organizational culture, specifically focusing on the company’s mission towards workplace inclusion and team building. If these areas (e.g., inclusion or team building) are missing, propose handbook additions.
- Discuss disciplinary policies, as related to unethical behavior and anti-discriminatory practices. If these areas (e.g., unethical behavior or anti-discriminatory practices) are missing, propose handbook additions.
- Overview the strengths and weaknesses of the Employee Handbook using scholarly research to justify your rationale.
Your training program should be presented in PowerPoint or Prezi format. Each slide should include talking points. Please include the overview of the Employee Handbook information near the end of the PowerPoint. Remember to include a link to the selected Fortune 500 Employee Handbook.
The length and formatting requirements include:
- Your presentation should be 10-12 slides in length, which does not include the title slide or reference slide(s).
- Your presentation must include talking points that are rooted in research/theory.
- Please format your assignment according to the CSU-Global Guide to Writing & APA.
- Cite a minimum of seven sources, which should be academic, peer-reviewed scholarly sources to support your positions, claims, and observations. The CSU-Global library is a great place to find these resources.