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Human Resource Management homework help. Argument Profiles
You need two arguments – one pro and one con – for your HR “hot” issue.  The arguments do not have to be “opposing” but can be if it fits the situation.  An example of “opposing” arguments is ‘the practice increases productivity’ (pro argument) and ‘the practice decreases productivity’ (con argument).  Many topics/issues may not have evidence on two sides of an argument.
 
Use 12 point Times New Roman font with 1-inch margins (single or double-spaced).  Do not use more than one direct quote (preferably none – paraphrase in your own words).  Three sources per argument is good but two really good sources is adequate to receive all points.  Use in-body citation (MLA or APA) in addition to listing the sources following the paragraph (see below).  The grade will be dependent on (1) whether or not the arguments make sense (how effectively you frame the argument), (2) the adequacy of the supporting evidence, (3) the adequacy of sources cited, (4) the quality of the writing including organization, grammar, sentence structure and spelling, and (5) following directions.
 
I expect that some of the team members will have similar arguments based on their separate research.  However, I also expect that each of you has done his/her independent research for the project and if it appears there is significant overlap in the writing of the arguments, it might lead me to suspect cheating.  Thus, be careful to do this work on your own.  Also, the more separate arguments you have for your presentations, the better.  This gives the team an opportunity to explore different arguments.
 
FORMAT
The sources should be adequately cited which means that at a minimum the reader (your instructor) can trace the information.  Suggestions for citation of sources:
 
Journal Article: Author (s) (last name, initials) (year). Title of article. Title of journal in italics, volume and issue number (e.g., 51(5)), inclusive page numbers.
 
Website: Lynch, T. (1996). DS9 trials and tribbleations review. Retrieved October 8, 1997, from Psi Phi: Bradley’s Science Fiction club Web sites: http://www.bradley.edu/campusorg/psiphi/Ds0ep/503r.html.
 
 

Human Resource Management homework help

Human Resource Management homework help. Argument Profiles
You need two arguments – one pro and one con – for your HR “hot” issue.  The arguments do not have to be “opposing” but can be if it fits the situation.  An example of “opposing” arguments is ‘the practice increases productivity’ (pro argument) and ‘the practice decreases productivity’ (con argument).  Many topics/issues may not have evidence on two sides of an argument.
 
Use 12 point Times New Roman font with 1-inch margins (single or double-spaced).  Do not use more than one direct quote (preferably none – paraphrase in your own words).  Three sources per argument is good but two really good sources is adequate to receive all points.  Use in-body citation (MLA or APA) in addition to listing the sources following the paragraph (see below).  The grade will be dependent on (1) whether or not the arguments make sense (how effectively you frame the argument), (2) the adequacy of the supporting evidence, (3) the adequacy of sources cited, (4) the quality of the writing including organization, grammar, sentence structure and spelling, and (5) following directions.
 
I expect that some of the team members will have similar arguments based on their separate research.  However, I also expect that each of you has done his/her independent research for the project and if it appears there is significant overlap in the writing of the arguments, it might lead me to suspect cheating.  Thus, be careful to do this work on your own.  Also, the more separate arguments you have for your presentations, the better.  This gives the team an opportunity to explore different arguments.
 
FORMAT
The sources should be adequately cited which means that at a minimum the reader (your instructor) can trace the information.  Suggestions for citation of sources:
 
Journal Article: Author (s) (last name, initials) (year). Title of article. Title of journal in italics, volume and issue number (e.g., 51(5)), inclusive page numbers.
 
Website: Lynch, T. (1996). DS9 trials and tribbleations review. Retrieved October 8, 1997, from Psi Phi: Bradley’s Science Fiction club Web sites: http://www.bradley.edu/campusorg/psiphi/Ds0ep/503r.html.
 
 

Human Resource Management homework help