Module title HRM&D in a Global Context

Module title HRM&D in a Global Context

Module title HRM&D in a Global Context
CRN RKC T3 22/23
Level 7
Assessment title Assessment 2 (Two short essay questions)
Weighting within module This assessment is worth 50% of the overall module mark.
Module Leader/Assessment set by Dr Kathy Hartley
Submission deadline date and time
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How to submit
You should submit your assessment OnlineCampus.
Assessment task details and instructions

TASK
Select two questions from the following four and write a short essay of approx. 1500 words for each answer (i.e. a total of 3,000 words, not including the final reference list).
Q1. Many careers develop in more of a ‘planned happenstance’ than strategically crafted way according to Mitchell, Levinn & Krumboltz (1999). Discuss this perspective, highlighting what employees wishing to progress an international career might do to achieve this (50 marks) and what HR departments in large organisations might do to support such career ambitions (50 marks)
Q2. Training and development are high-cost activities, but with a potentially high return. Discuss what companies should consider when designing an employee development programme (50 marks) and how they might maximise the return on their investment (50 marks)
Q3. What factors should companies operating across both developed and emerging economies consider in designing a pay and reward process (100 marks)
Q4. Discuss how globalisation and the presence of institutional fields impact the way in which HRM operates within multi/transnational companies (100 marks).
Assessment Criteria

You should look at the assessment criteria and marks scheme set out above.
Knowledge and Understanding
Practical, Professional or Subject Specific Skills
Assessed intended learning outcomes
On successful completion of this assessment, you will be able to:
Employability Skills developed / demonstrated
Communication YES
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving YES
Data Literacy NO
Digital Literacy YES
Industry Awareness YES
Innovation and Creativity YES
Proactive Leadership NO
Reflection and Life-Long Learning YES
Self-management and Organisation YES
Team Working YES (during workshop discussion)
Word count/ duration (if applicable)
Your assessment should be submitted in a Word document, using an 11 or 12 point font (Arial, Calibri, Tahoma, Times new Roman) and 1.5 line spacing.
Total word count is 3,000 words, excluding the reference list at the end.
Feedback arrangements
You can expect to receive your provisional mark and feedback 15 working days after submission.
Academic Integrity and Referencing
Students are expected to learn and demonstrate skills associated with good academic conduct (academic integrity). Good academic conduct includes the use of clear and correct referencing of source materials. Here is a link to where you can find out more about the skills which students need:
Academic integrity & referencing
Referencing
Academic Misconduct is an action which may give you an unfair advantage in your academic work. This includes plagiarism, asking someone else to write your assessment for you or taking notes into an exam. The University takes all forms of academic misconduct seriously.
Assessment Information and Support
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Personal Mitigating Circumstances (PMCs)
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In Year Retrieval Scheme
Your assessment is not eligible for in year retrieval.
Reassessment
If you fail your assessment, and are eligible for reassessment, you will be contacted by the PG Administrator with details, after you have received your interim results letter. For students with accepted personal mitigating circumstances for absence/non submission, this will be your replacement assessment attempt.
The reassessment task will be the same as the original task.
We know that having to undergo a reassessment can be challenging however support is available. Have a look at all the sources of support outlined earlier in this brief and refer to the Personal Effectiveness resources.

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