Project #20019 - work


Write a paper on the three types of impasse resolution procedures you read about in your textbook. Address the following topics:


Briefly describe the similarities and differences between these three impasse resolution procedures: mediation, fact-finding, and interest arbitration.


Conduct an Internet search for one real-world example of each procedure.


Summarize each example obtained in the second step of this assignment, including whether the resolution procedure was successful or not.




People don’t like it when their beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors are inconsistent. We don’t approve of this inconsistency in others, either. Consider why this is so in the following assignment:


Describe each of the three consistency theories. How do they differ?


Describe how your beliefs influence your behavior. Give an example.


Describe how your attitudes influence your behavior. How does this differ from your beliefs impacting your behavior? Provide an example.


Have you ever changed your beliefs or attitudes because of inconsistency? Explain.


Describe two types of mental shortcuts that you make daily that help you to predict human and/or social behavior. Provide examples.


How have these mental shortcuts led to errors in predicting human or social behaviors? Describe two examples.


How have these mental shortcuts led to biases about other people? Describe two types of biases you tend toward.




Write a paper in which you answer the following questions in depth:


As an HR manager, how would you implement the components of safety management into workplace policy?


In your opinion, what are HR’s most important responsibilities regarding employees’ health and safety?


How can employers best promote and provide a safe work environment in terms of preventing health issues, preparing for disaster, and so forth?


Part 1 of 2:


Instructions: For this assignment, refer to the “Supplemental Case: George Faces Challenges”


Write a paper in which you address the following:


Part 1: After reading the case, answer these additional questions:


Which employer and employee rights were violated or jeopardized before George arrived?


Which employer and employee responsibilities were pushed too far or relaxed too much before George arrived?


How should George incorporate disciplinary regulations into new HR policies?


Part 2: Answer Questions 1 and 2 of the case.




What are the HR policies and processes that could have kept the problem from happening?




What can George do to resolve the problems, and establish a more coordinated department?




Discharged for Facebook Comments


Answer the three questions posed at the end of the case description




1.       Does an employer have any legal right to discipline or discharge an employee for comments the employee makes about the company?


2.       If you were representing the company in this case and the NLRB regional director asked if you would be willing to settle the union’s charges voluntarily, would you do so or would you insist on your legal right to a formal NLRB hearing on the charges.  Explain your reasoning.


3.       Did the company commit an unfair labor practice by:  discharging Nelson for her Facebook postings, denying Nelson an opportunity to meet with her local union representative during an investigatory meeting with her supervisor, or  


Enforcing an overly broad blogging and Internet use policy?






Complete Case Study, “Free Speech?”


 Answer the three questions




1. Should the NFL Players’ Association be permitted to purchase add time for the purpose of broadcasting a message seeking public support for its position during labor negotiations?


2. What do you think about the union strategy of attempting to communicate its position to the public through the use of television media? If permitted, would the strategy likely be successful from the union’s point of view?


3. Should NFL owners protest the union’s attempted use of the media to communicate its position directly to the public, should the owners prepare a commercial message of their own for possible broadcast, or should the owners say nothing and avoid the issue? Explain your rationale.




Complete Case Study, “The Right to Strike,”


 Answer the three questions posed at the end of the case description




1. Does the work stoppage by the truck drivers in this case represent an economic strike or an unfair labor practice strike?


2. What is the difference between the reinstatement rights of an unfair labor practice striker and an economic striker?


3. Did the employer unlawfully discharge the four truck drivers who never returned to work? Explain your reasoning.






Answer the five questions posed at the end of the case description.


In answer to question 5, include an overview of the steps you would take during the arbitration process.


Are These Grievances Arbitrable?






Assess the union’s argument that the parties in the past have agreed to extend time limits.


Should the arbitrator be influenced by any evidence over the reasons for the termination of those two employees?


What are the company’s best evidence and arguments?


What are the union’s best evidence and arguments?


You be the arbitrator. How will you rule? Are these grievances arbitral?




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