HRM 498 Week 5 Final Examination - Select either Option A or Option B

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Week 5 Final Examination - Select
either Option A or Option BComplete the Final
Examination.Optional Individual Assignments A and B are listed
below. 




Optional
Individual Assignment A: (Answer the question and complete the matrix
below) 
 Strategic Human Resources
Management, Second EditionChapter 14 - Global Human Resource
Management (Exhibit 14-5)

Issues to Be Addressed in a Repatriation Process: Read the 'Repatriation' section in
Chapter 14 (Week 4 e-text readings) and Exhibit 14-5 and provide your responses
in the Matrix provided below. Question:  How would you manage the international
assignment repatriation of returning employees and their career and personal
issues?  (Complete the matrix below)
 


Career
 


Responses: How would you manage these career issues?


Personal


Responses: How would
you manage these
personal
issues?




Career anxiety--current place, future


 


Logistics


 




Organization's reaction


 


Personal readjustment


 




Loss of autonomy


 


Family readjustment


 




Adaptation to change


 


Work readjustment
 


 




 


 


 


 


  























OR Optional Individual Assignment B: Focus on Strengths by
Sr. George Mathewson (Written in APA format)
"Always focus on people's strengths
rather than complaining about their shortcomings - otherwise you could miss
valuable attributes that are of benefit to the company."View the video transcript and address the following (Be
sure to write your paper in APA format):
1.     Describe the key messages
in the video regarding how managers can focus on employee strengths.
2.     Provide examples of your
key strengths.
Please review the video in the UOP Media
Library and share your learning's in a 400-500 word paper highlighting the key
points. Format your paper according to APA
standards HEADERS & SUBHEADINGS: All
assignments (individual and team) will include *headers (Abstract or
Introduction and Conclusion) to tell the reader the purpose of the paper twice
as well as sub-headings in the body of the paper to highlight each part of the
assignment to insure that students respond to all parts of the
assignment.  *Under the header Abstract or Introduction
restate the purpose of the assignment from the Syllabus in the present tense
"The purpose of this paper is to [restate all parts of the assignment in
the present tense]"*Under the Conclusion restate all parts of
the purpose of the assignment from the Syllabus in the past tense "The
purpose of this paper was to [restate all parts of the assignment in the past
tense]". 

























































 
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