week 9 assignment – records, termination, and succession | HSA 530 Health Services Human Resource Management | Strayer University

 

Week 9 Assignment – Records, Termination, and Succession

Overview

One of the major responsibilities of HR is to, of course, manage  human capital. This continues after employee hiring and continues  through termination and succession. Having effective policies in place  that define these, and other functions in between, is critical to an  organization’s commitment to ethical, legal, fair, and efficient  operating practices. In this assignment, you are asked to share best  practices or policies on these topics during a series of brown bag  sessions (these are informal lunch time presentations).

Scenario

Imagine that HR leadership is busy integrating the HR teams from  both hospitals and they want to make sure department members are  operating in concert with one another on a range of topics. Over the  next several weeks, leadership plans to have you conduct three brown bag  sessions (informal lunch-time presentations) that examine the topics of  record keeping, ethics and law, and succession planning. They have  asked you to write an executive summary of the content planned for each  session in advance. 

Session Descriptions:
  • Session 1: Maintaining Accurate Employee Records—In this session,  you identify, and elaborate upon, four reasons for maintaining accurate  and objective employee records. 
  • Session 2: Ethical and Legal Termination—In this session,  you examine the legal and ethical aspects of selecting and terminating  an employee out of a group of people with similar performance,  behaviors, and jobs as a part of a broad-ranging cost saving initiative.  Employee differences:     
    • One has a disability.
    • One is paid significantly more than others.
    • One is 60 years of age and older than the others.
    • One is planning on soon taking an extended family leave
  • Session 3: Succession Planning—In this session, you recommend a  process to identify and groom an internal candidate to move into a  senior-level leadership position in a health care organization such as  CEO, COO, and CFO.

Instructions

Consider the scenario above and imagine that your audience is a  group of department managers. Write an executive summary that introduces  the topics in an introductory paragraph and then describes the content  to be delivered in each of the three sessions in detail. Each session  description should be two pages in length (six total pages plus cover  page).

Your work will be measured against the following criteria:

  1. Identify, and elaborate upon, four reasons for maintaining accurate and objective employee records. 
  2. Analyze the legal implications or requirements of a termination  decision. (Make sure to reference specific statutes or laws that govern  this area of employment law.)
  3. Analyze the ethical facets of a termination decision. (Make sure  to reference an ethical framework to support your assertions or  positions.)
  4. Recommend and justify a process to identify and groom a candidate for a senior-level position.  

Additional Requirements

  • Resources: Use four sources to support your  writing. Choose sources that are credible, relevant, and appropriate.  Cite each source listed on your source page at least one time within  your assignment. For help with research, writing, and citation, access  the library or review library guides.
  • SWS: This course requires the use of Strayer  Writing Standards. For assistance and information, please refer to the  Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of your course.  Check with your professor for any additional instructions.

The specific course learning outcome associated with this assignment is:

  • Propose procedures related to maintaining employee records,  ensuring legal and ethical standards during employee terminations, and  executive succession planning.

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