this is the feedback from instructor and attached is what I have sent her, along with the task instruction.
This case study is much too short. The case itself is supposed to be several pages long. Yours is one or two paragraphs. Tell a story. Give characters names instead of referring to them in general terms (such as "the complainant.") Use dialogue. Use direct quotes for conversations between characters.
I believe I included a sample case study either in the final assessment project options or in a separate area for graduate students. Please review the sample to get ideas about how this should be written. Let me know if you can't find it.
Do not reveal the issues in the case in its title. Make the reader figure out the issues. The case must include 3 different issues related to race, gender, or ethnicity. I am very familiar with U.S. EEO laws but less familiar with EEO laws in Australia, Great Britain, India, and other nations. If you write about violations of EEO laws in those nations, you'll need to include a link to a URL describing those laws or an appendix including major provisions.
What is the current most critical problem in the case? What is the underlying problem? Which problem are the alternatives designed to address? I can't evaluate the analysis because the case itself is not long enough and doesn't necessarily deal with 3 separate issues. (Stereotyping is another issue I noticed in the case.)
The case still needs a lot more work.
|Due By (Pacific Time)
||05/10/2015 12:00 am