HRM 326 Week 5 The Student as an Employee

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HRM 326 Week 5 The Student as an Employee
Working as a student is the equivalent of a part-time or full-time job. The job's compensation is in the form of grades and feedback. As the supervisor of the student position, put the role as a student into the context of a job.
Write a brief job description (around 350 words) of the major duties of the job of a student.
Identify the knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) required for successful performance of the job of a student.  

  • What training courses should the manager make available to help improve the current performance of a typical student?

  • What developmental opportunities should the supervisor (mentor) suggest to the student (employee) to further enhance the student's performance and prepare the student for possible promotion to a position as a graduate student? 

Summarize how the job description, KSAs, training, and development will enrich the job of the student and meet the mission requirements of a learning organization. The job description, KSAs, description of training and developmental activities should be between 1,050-1,400 words.
Format the analysis in the APA format.
Format your paper consistent with APA standards including Title Page, heading called Abstract or Introduction [Explicitly restate the purpose and all parts of the assignment; words from the Syllabus may be used], Body of the paper with at least one citation from the Reference list; heading called Conclusion [Explicitly restate the purpose and all parts of the assignment; words from the Syllabus may be used], heading called References [List of sources in APA format] and Addendum as required.  
 Abstract or Introduction and Conclusion:
According to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA), An abstract is "a brief, comprehensive summary of the contents of the article; it allows readers to survey the contents of an article quickly and, like a title, it enables persons interested in the document to retrieve it from abstracting and indexing databases" (2010, p. 25). The first line of the abstract is not indented. An abstract may range from 150 to 250 words (APA, 2010). Because an abstract is not always required for student papers, adhere to your instructor's requirements." EXAMPLE: Abstract: This paper offers information on ---
Conclusion: This paper offered information on ---
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