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Assignment 1: Job Description
Due Week 3 and worth 200 points
A new position has been approved for creation; this position will be eligible for full benefits and
may even need to be sent to foreign countries.
You have been given the opportunity to create a detailed job description for your job, a former
job, or a job you would like to move into.
Based on what you know about a job analysis, employment laws, and safe working
environments, include the following categories:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Job overview
Responsibilities and duties
Qualifications
Explain how you determined the duties and qualifications for the job and which laws
were considered when creating the job description.
This assignment should be 2–3 pages and accurately reflect an actual job description in the
workplace today.
NOTE: This assignment will be used as a basis for the remaining assignments in the
course. Make sure you take this into consideration when doing the work for this
assignment.
Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:
 Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins
on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check
with your professor for any additional instructions.
 Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the
professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page
are not included in the required assignment page length.
Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic / organization of the paper, and
language and writing skills, using the following rubric.
Points: 200
Criteria
1. Job overview
Weight: 20%
2. Responsibilities and
duties
Weight: 20%
Assignment 1: Job Description
Unacceptable
Below 70% F
Fair
70-79% C
Proficient
80-89% B
Exemplary
90-100% A
Did not submit or
incompletely
created a detailed
overview of the job.
Did not submit or
incompletely
described the
responsibilities and
duties of the job.
Partially created a
detailed overview of
the job.
Satisfactorily
created a detailed
overview of the job.
Thoroughly created
a detailed overview
of the job.
Partially described
the responsibilities
and duties of the
job.
Satisfactorily
described the
responsibilities and
duties of the job.
Thoroughly
described the
responsibilities and
duties of the job.
3. Qualifications
Weight: 20%
4. Explain how you
determined the duties
and qualifications for the
job and which laws were
considered when
creating the job
description
Weight: 30%
5. Clarity, writing
mechanics, and
formatting requirements
Weight: 10%
Did not submit or
incompletely
discussed the
qualifications
necessary for the
job.
Did not submit or
incompletely
explained how you
determined the
duties and
qualifications for the
job and which laws
were considered
when creating the
job description.
Partially discussed
the qualifications
necessary for the
job.
Satisfactorily
discussed the
qualifications
necessary for the
job.
Thoroughly
discussed the
qualifications
necessary for the
job.
Partially explained
how you
determined the
duties and
qualifications for the
job and which laws
were considered
when creating the
job description.
Satisfactorily
explained how you
determined the
duties and
qualifications for the
job and which laws
were considered
when creating the
job description.
Thoroughly
explained how you
determined the
duties and
qualifications for the
job and which laws
were considered
when creating the
job description.
More than 6 errors
present
5-6 errors present
3-4 errors present
0-2 errors present
Assignment 2: New Supervisor Training on Performance Evaluations
Due in Week 6 and worth 300 points
Now that the position has been created, you’ve taken the opportunity to create a PowerPoint
presentation to train new supervisors on how to conduct performance evaluations.
Whether you use an annual evaluation, real-time feedback, or quarterly evaluations, it is
important that new supervisors understand:




the rationale for a performance evaluation in general,
the rationale for the specific one in use,
the instrument used, and
the process for the evaluation.
The PowerPoint presentation should be a minimum of 10 slides with graphics and Notes
Pages.
NOTE: One of the positions the new supervisors will be conducting performance
evaluations on is the job in your description from Week 3. Find creative ways to
incorporate your work from that assignment into this one.
Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:
 You must include the Notes Pages. This is where you explain in detail the
thoughts you want to convey in each slide, only in more depth.
 Visually appealing: graphics (required) should be appropriate for the environment
and audience. Text should be visible from 18 feet away (generally considered 18
pt. font or larger).
Points: 300
Criteria
1. New supervisors
understand the rationale
for a performance
evaluation in general
Weight: 15%
2. PowerPoint
presentation discusses
type of evaluation used
so that new supervisors
understand
Weight: 15%
3. PowerPoint
presentation discusses
Assignment 1: Job Description
Unacceptable
Below 70% F
Fair
70-79% C
Proficient
80-89% B
Exemplary
90-100% A
Did not submit or
incompletely
discussed the
rationale for a
performance
evaluation in
general, in such a
way that new
supervisors can
understand.
Did not submit or
PowerPoint
presentation
incompletely
discusses type of
evaluation used so
that new
supervisors
understand.
Partially discussed
the rationale for a
performance
evaluation in
general, in such a
way that new
supervisors can
understand.
Satisfactorily
discussed the
rationale for a
performance
evaluation in
general, in such a
way that new
supervisors can
understand.
Thoroughly
discussed the
rationale for a
performance
evaluation in
general, in such a
way that new
supervisors can
understand.
PowerPoint
presentation
partially discusses
type of evaluation
used so that new
supervisors
understand.
PowerPoint
presentation
satisfactorily
discusses type of
evaluation used so
that new
supervisors
understand.
.
PowerPoint
presentation
thoroughly
discusses type of
evaluation used so
that new
supervisors
understand.
Did not submit or
incompletely
PowerPoint
presentation
PowerPoint
presentation
PowerPoint
presentation
the rationale for the
specific performance
evaluation in use
Weight: 15%
4. PowerPoint
presentation discusses
the instrument used so
that new supervisors
understand
Weight: 15%
5. PowerPoint
presentation explains the
process for the
evaluation so that new
supervisors understand
Weight: 15%
6. PowerPoint is a
minimum of 10 slides
long
Weight: 5%
7. Notes Pages are used
discusses the
rationale for the
specific
performance
evaluation in use.
partially discusses
the rationale for the
specific
performance
evaluation in use.
discusses the
rationale for the
specific
performance
evaluation in use.
Did not submit or
incompletely
discusses the
instrument used so
that new
supervisors
understand.
PowerPoint
presentation
partially discusses
the instrument used
so that new
supervisors
understand.
PowerPoint
presentation
satisfactorily
discusses the
instrument used so
that new
supervisors
understand.
Did not submit or
incompletely
explains the
process for the
evaluation so that
new supervisors
understand.
PowerPoint
presentation
partially explains
the process for the
evaluation so that
new supervisors
understand.
PowerPoint
presentation
satisfactorily
explains the
process for the
evaluation so that
new supervisors
understand.
Did not submit.
PowerPoint did not
meet standards.
PowerPoint meets
standards.
Did not submit.
PowerPoint did not
meet standards.
PowerPoint meets
standards.
Did not submit.
PowerPoint did not
meet standards.
PowerPoint meets
standards.
More than 6 errors
present
5-6 errors present
3-4 errors present
Weight: 5%
8. PowerPoint is visually
appealing
Weight: 5%
10. Clarity, writing
mechanics, and
formatting requirements
Weight: 10%
thoroughly
discusses the
rationale for the
specific
performance
evaluation in use.
PowerPoint
presentation
thoroughly
discusses the
instrument used so
that new
supervisors
understand.
.
PowerPoint
presentation
thoroughly explains
the process for the
evaluation so that
new supervisors
understand.
PowerPoint
exceeds 10 slides
and the slides are
an informative and
thoughtful addition.
PowerPoint uses
Notes Pages to
their fullest
advantage.
PowerPoint is not
only visually
appealing but the
visual design
strengthens
understanding of
audience.
0-2 errors present
Assignment 3: Benefits Brochure
Due in Week 8 and worth 300 points
To prepare for the employee who will be occupying the role, create an employee benefits
brochure that you would present to new employees during their initial orientation.
Include in this brochure mandatory and discretionary benefits that are used in your industry.
The brochure should be 6–8 pages with a professional appearance and should be modeled
after a professional booklet from your company, a former company, or a company you would
like to work for.
Hint: Research various Microsoft brochure templates to create a professional booklet.
NOTE: One of the positions the benefits brochure should be the most applicative to is
the job in your description from Week 3. Find creative ways to incorporate your work
from that assignment into this one.
Points: 300
Criteria
1. Discusses mandatory
benefits that are used in
your industry
Weight: 30%
2. Discussed
discretionary benefits
that are used in your
industry
Weight: 30%
4. Explain how you
determined the duties
and qualifications for the
job and which laws were
considered when
creating the job
description
Weight: 30%
5. Clarity, writing
mechanics, and
formatting requirements
Weight: 10%
Assignment 1: Job Description
Unacceptable
Below 70% F
Fair
70-79% C
Proficient
80-89% B
Exemplary
90-100% A
Did not submit or
incompletely
discusses
mandatory benefits
that are used in
your industry.
Did not submit or
incompletely
discussed the
discretionary
benefits that are
used in your
industry.
Partially discussed
the mandatory
benefits that are
used in your
industry.
Satisfactorily
discussed the
mandatory benefits
that are used in
your industry.
Thoroughly
discussed the
mandatory benefits
that are used in
your industry.
Partially discussed
the discretionary
benefits that are
used in your
industry.
Satisfactorily
discussed the
discretionary
benefits that are
used in your
industry.
Thoroughly
discussed the
discretionary
benefits that are
used in your
industry.
Did not submit or
incompletely
explained how you
determined the
duties and
qualifications for the
job and which laws
were considered
when creating the
job description.
Partially explained
how you
determined the
duties and
qualifications for the
job and which laws
were considered
when creating the
job description.
Satisfactorily
explained how you
determined the
duties and
qualifications for the
job and which laws
were considered
when creating the
job description.
Thoroughly
explained how you
determined the
duties and
qualifications for the
job and which laws
were considered
when creating the
job description.
More than 6 errors
present
5-6 errors present
3-4 errors present
0-2 errors present
Assignment 4: Cultural Information Paper
Due in Week 10 and worth 300 points
Your new employee is going to be moving overseas! Develop a cultural information paper that
will help them understand how to make the transition. (NOTE: You are able to choose any
country–please make sure the county of choice is logical for the position.)
Include in this paper:




a short introduction to the country,
the local customs,
what to expect, and
a list of what is needed to work in the country.
o For example: Certain countries require a work visa. Include the requirements for
the work visa.
Include country-specific information needed to live and work in that country such as:






transportation availability,
housing costs,
union influence,
work week,
typical vacation time, and
anything specific to the country we would not experience in the US.
o For example: Some countries the children wear uniforms and go to school all
year
This paper should be 6-8 pages.
NOTE: The position moving overseas is the job in your description from Week 3. Find
creative ways to incorporate your work from that assignment into this one.
Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:
 Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins
on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check
with your professor for any additional instructions.
 Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the
professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page
are not included in the required assignment page length.
Points: 300
Criteria
1. Provides an
introduction to the
country and customs,
and what to expect there
Assignment 4: Cultural Information Paper
Unacceptable
Below 70% F
Fair
70-79% C
Did not submit or
incompletely create
discussed an
introduction to the
country and
Partially discussed
an introduction to
the country and
customs, and what
to expect there.
Proficient
80-89% B
Satisfactorily
discussed an
introduction to the
country and
customs, and what
Exemplary
90-100% A
Thoroughly
discussed an
introduction to the
country and
customs, and what
Weight: 20%
2. Gives details on what
is needed to work in the
country
Weight: 30%
3. Provides information
about life in the foreign
country: transportation,
housing, schooling for
children, and anything
unexpected
Weight: 20%
4. Provides information
about the work culture in
foreign country: union
influence, work week,
and typical vacation time
Weight: 20%
5. Clarity, writing
mechanics, and
formatting requirements
Weight: 10%
customs, and what
to expect there.
PowerPoint
presentation
incompletely
discusses the
details on what is
needed to work in
the country.
Did not submit or
incompletely
discusses life in the
foreign country:
transportation,
housing, schooling
for children, and
anything
unexpected.
Did not submit or
incompletely
discusses the work
culture in a foreign
country: union
influence, work
week, and typical
vacation time.
More than 6 errors
present
PowerPoint
presentation
partially discusses
the details on what
is needed to work in
the country.
PowerPoint
presentation
partially discusses
life in the foreign
country:
transportation,
housing, schooling
for children, and
anything
unexpected.
PowerPoint
presentation
partially discusses
the work culture in a
foreign country:
union influence,
work week, and
typical vacation
time.
5-6 errors present
to expect there.
to expect there.
PowerPoint
presentation
satisfactorily
discusses the
details on what is
needed to work in
the country.
PowerPoint
presentation
discusses life in the
foreign country:
transportation,
housing, schooling
for children, and
anything
unexpected.
PowerPoint
presentation
satisfactorily
discusses the work
culture in a foreign
country: union
influence, work
week, and typical
vacation time.
PowerPoint
presentation
thoroughly
discusses the
details on what is
needed to work in
the country.
PowerPoint
presentation
thoroughly
discusses life in the
foreign country:
transportation,
housing, schooling
for children, and
anything
unexpected.
PowerPoint
presentation
thoroughly
discusses the work
culture in a foreign
country: union
influence, work
week, and typical
vacation time.
3-4 errors present
.
0-2 errors present
Assignment 1: Job Description
Due Week 3 and worth 200 points
A new position has been approved for creation; this position will be eligible for full benefits and
may even need to be sent to foreign countries.
You have been given the opportunity to create a detailed job description for your job, a former
job, or a job you would like to move into.
Based on what you know about a job analysis, employment laws, and safe working
environments, include the following categories:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Job overview
Responsibilities and duties
Qualifications
Explain how you determined the duties and qualifications for the job and which laws
were considered when creating the job description.
This assignment should be 2–3 pages and accurately reflect an actual job description in the
workplace today.
NOTE: This assignment will be used as a basis for the remaining assignments in the
course. Make sure you take this into consideration when doing the work for this
assignment.
Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:
 Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins
on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check
with your professor for any additional instructions.
 Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the
professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page
are not included in the required assignment page length.
Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic / organization of the paper, and
language and writing skills, using the following rubric.
Points: 200
Criteria
1. Job overview
Weight: 20%
2. Responsibilities and
duties
Weight: 20%
Assignment 1: Job Description
Unacceptable
Below 70% F
Fair
70-79% C
Proficient
80-89% B
Exemplary
90-100% A
Did not submit or
incompletely
created a detailed
overview of the job.
Did not submit or
incompletely
described the
responsibilities and
duties of the job.
Partially created a
detailed overview of
the job.
Satisfactorily
created a detailed
overview of the job.
Thoroughly created
a detailed overview
of the job.
Partially described
the responsibilities
and duties of the
job.
Satisfactorily
described the
responsibilities and
duties of the job.
Thoroughly
described the
responsibilities and
duties of the job.
3. Qualifications
Weight: 20%
4. Explain how you
determined the duties
and qualifications for the
job and which laws were
considered when
creating the job
description
Weight: 30%
5. Clarity, writing
mechanics, and
formatting requirements
Weight: 10%
Did not submit or
incompletely
discussed the
qualifications
necessary for the
job.
Did not submit or
incompletely
explained how you
determined the
duties and
qualifications for the
job and which laws
were considered
when creating the
job description.
Partially discussed
the qualifications
necessary for the
job.
Satisfactorily
discussed the
qualifications
necessary for the
job.
Thoroughly
discussed the
qualifications
necessary for the
job.
Partially explained
how you
determined the
duties and
qualifications for the
job and which laws
were considered
when creating the
job description.
Satisfactorily
explained how you
determined the
duties and
qualifications for the
job and which laws
were considered
when creating the
job description.
Thoroughly
explained how you
determined the
duties and
qualifications for the
job and which laws
were considered
when creating the
job description.
More than 6 errors
present
5-6 errors present
3-4 errors present
0-2 errors present
Assignment 2: New Supervisor Training on Performance Evaluations
Due in Week 6 and worth 300 points
Now that the position has been created, you’ve taken the opportunity to create a PowerPoint
presentation to train new supervisors on how to conduct performance evaluations.
Whether you use an annual evaluation, real-time feedback, or quarterly evaluations, it is
important that new supervisors understand:




the rationale for a performance evaluation in general,
the rationale for the specific one in use,
the instrument used, and
the process for the evaluation.
The PowerPoint presentation should be a minimum of 10 slides with graphics and Notes
Pages.
NOTE: One of th …
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