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Week 6 - Final Project              Final Project A Final Project is due the last class session


Week 6 - Final Project       

      Final Project

A Final Project is due the last class session.  The Final Project will contribute 30% to the course grade.

With instructor approval, students will select an organization  that either has or is experiencing challenges with its compensation and  benefit system. The student will provide a brief historical view of the  organization. The student should assess the company’s current challenge,  review other organizations that had a similar situation (and the  strategy they devised to address the issue), explore theories and  strategies that should be contemplated to address the situation, and  finally, include a recommendation to management regarding how to  address/resolve the situation. Importantly, the student should ensure  any recommendations are based on solid research and analysis and reflect  a comprehensive solution to the problem.

The Final  Paper must include a minimum of eight credible sources (in addition to  textbook). Research topics must be reviewed in advance with the  instructor. 

Writing the Compensation and Benefits Paper
This  essay must reflect what is considered the current "state of the art"  systems, reflecting both academic and professional (practical)  orientations. The Final Paper must be 8-10 double-spaced pages (not  including the title and reference pages) and be formatted according to  APA style guidelines. This paper may be written in first person. This  Final Paper should review the available research, discuss the  implications of that research for the topic area, and provide  conclusions. The paper should be organized into the following areas (use  section headings to organize your key points):

  1. Introduction: The area of research should be described and the  purpose of the research. That is, describe the topic area in terms of  (a) its relationship to the topic and (b) what you want to be able to  contribute to the training literature by writing this paper. Your  introduction must include a succinct thesis statement.
  2. Review of the literature: Students must provide a brief historical  view of the organization and assess the company’s current challenges.  This review will include an examination of other organizations with  similar situations, including the strategies used to address their  issues. Students need to explore theories and strategies that could  address the situation. Identify any areas that may have not been  addressed in the literature used for review. 
  3. Implications: Assess any implications. Organize the implications of  the literature in a manner that logically builds the case for your  recommendations. For each of your implications be sure to reference the  literature related to that implication. Be sure to indicate whether the  implication is one that has already been made in the literature or if  this is one that is original to you through your own analysis. 
  4. Recommendations: Based on the research, students must make  recommendations for a comprehensive solution to the problem. This is  where you tie all the pieces together. Make sure your recommendations  are organized in a logical order that synthesizes your major points  relative to the purpose of your paper. Be sure that your recommendations  are justified and have credible support. Inspire your audience to think  about the practical application of your topic. Remember, this is the  last thing you are leaving with your reader so make the context of your  message clear, communicate the impact of your topic, and leave a lasting  impression.
  5. Conclusion: Be sure your conclusion summarizes your paper and explains how you have addressed the thesis statement.  

Your paper should include:

  • Must include a title page according to APA style.
  • Must include an introductory paragraph with a succinct thesis statement.
  • Must address the topic of the paper with critical thought and analysis.
  • Must include section headings to organize your key points clearly.
  • Must include citations to references that support the assertions made and facts presented in the paper.
  • Must conclude a conclusion paragraph that ties directly back to your thesis statement.
  • Must use APA style as outlined in the approved APA style guide to document all sources.
  • Must include, on the final page, a reference list that is completed  according to APA style as outlined in the approved APA style guide.

Carefully review the Grading Rubric (Links to an external site.) for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.

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