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Human Resources (HR) HR Application 4: Check the Market!<br /> <br /> Visit any 2 websites that offer salary survey information and compare your position/salary with what is offered in those reports (you can either do this for your present position, one you have held in the past, or one you are very familiar with). Henderson (2006) notes several sources in your textbook: the U.S. Department of Labor, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Watson Wyatt Data Services/ECS, the Economic Research Institute (ERI), William M. Mercer Incorporated, and Organization Resources Counselors, Inc. (ORC) are all useful sites. <br /> <br /> Submit a summary report that addresses the following (you do not need to report your actual salary information):<br /> <br /> • Which sites did you visit? How useful and user-friendly were those sites?<br /> • Where did the survey information come from? How was it collected?<br /> • What is the title of the position you are examining?<br /> • What is the title of the position on the sites that is most similar?<br /> • What is the reported minimum and maximum level for the position?<br /> • What is the reported midpoint for the position? <br /> • In your experience, how does the actual salary compare?<br /> • In your opinion, what data or information missing from the reports? <br /> • What information in the reports surprised you?<br /> <br /> Expect to take approximately 2-3 pages written in APA format (double-spaced, 12 point font) to complete this assignment. Your work will be graded on completeness, clarity, originality, interest, APA format, grammar, spelling and punctuation. (see HRA written assignment grading rubric for more information). When citing your sources please, use proper APA formats. No plagiarism. This assignment will be turned into TURNITIN.COM. Also, please use the recommended sites indicated in the first paragraph. <br /> <br /> <br /> PLEASE USE ACCREDITED RESOURCES SUCH AS:<br /> O*Net is preferred reference in terms of salary survey information***<br /> Online Library Resources (Articles and eBooks)<br /> Saint Leo provides an array of online article databases and eBook collections that support your classes. Use the Databases link under Find Info on the Cannon Memorial Library homepage to access the online resources.<br /> CQ Researcher………………..…..….. (In-depth topical analysis by Congressional Quarterly)<br /> Dissertations and Theses……..…..…. (A database of published Dissertations and Theses, including<br /> those from Saint Leo University)<br /> EBSCO ………………………………… (Comprehensive all-subject database, includes Business Source<br /> Premier, Academic Source Premier, ERIC, ATLA)<br /> Literature Resource Center……..……. (Comprehensive source for literary topics, includes Twayne<br /> Authors)<br /> Newsbank: America’s Newspapers…. (625 U.S. newspapers)<br /> ProQuest……………………………….. (Comprehensive all-subject database, includes ABI/Inform Global)<br /> PsycINFO………………………………. (APA abstracts and indexing for psychology subjects)<br /> Westlaw………………………………… (Comprehensive legal resource)<br /> Wilson…………………………………… (Includes Education, Science, Humanities, & Business indexes)<br /> Supplemental Library Resources<br /> Saint Leo encourages students to obtain a public library borrowing card at their earliest convenience. Many state libraries grant public library cardholders free remote access to multiple online databases containing full-text articles. For further information, contact your local public library. To find updated links to all state libraries, as well as public libraries, law libraries, and college libraries in your area, go to http://www.publiclibraries.com/.<br /> <br /> Must use this TEXTBOOK as one of your references***:<br /> <br /> Henderson, R.I. (2005). Compensation Management in a Knowledge-Based World (10th Edition), Prentice HR Application 4: Check the Market! Visit any 2 websites that offer salary survey information and compare your position/salary with what is offered in those reports (you can either do this for your present position, one you have held in the past, or one you are very familiar with). Henderson (2006) notes several sources in your textbook: the U.S. Department of Labor, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Watson Wyatt Data Services/ECS, the Economic Research Institute (ERI), William M. Mercer Incorporated, and Organization Resources Counselors, Inc. (ORC) are all useful sites. Submit a summary report that addresses the following (you do not need to report your actual salary information): • Which sites did you visit? How useful and user-friendly were those sites? • Where did the survey information come from? How was it collected? • What is the title of the position you are examining? • What is the title of the position on the sites that is most similar? • What is the reported minimum and maximum level for the position? • What is the reported midpoint for the position? • In your experience, how does the actual salary compare? • In your opinion, what data or information missing from the reports? • What information in the reports surprised you? Expect to take approximately 2-3 pages written in APA format (double-spaced, 12 point font) to complete this assignment. Your work will be graded on completeness, clarity, originality, interest, APA format, grammar, spelling and punctuation. (see HRA written assignment grading rubric for more information). When citing your sources please, use proper APA formats. No plagiarism. This assignment will be turned into TURNITIN.COM. Also, please use the recommended sites indicated in the first paragraph. PLEASE USE ACCREDITED RESOURCES SUCH AS: O*Net is preferred reference in terms of salary survey information*** Online Library Resources (Articles and eBooks) Saint Leo provides an array of online article databases and eBook collections that support your classes. Use the Databases link under Find Info on the Cannon Memorial Library homepage to access the online resources. CQ Researcher………………..…..….. (In-depth topical analysis by Congressional Quarterly) Dissertations and Theses……..…..…. (A database of published Dissertations and Theses, including those from Saint Leo University) EBSCO ………………………………… (Comprehensive all-subject database, includes Business Source Premier, Academic Source Premier, ERIC, ATLA) Literature Resource Center……..……. (Comprehensive source for literary topics, includes Twayne Authors) Newsbank: America’s Newspapers…. (625 U.S. newspapers) ProQuest……………………………….. (Comprehensive all-subject database, includes ABI/Inform Global) PsycINFO………………………………. (APA abstracts and indexing for psychology subjects) Westlaw………………………………… (Comprehensive legal resource) Wilson…………………………………… (Includes Education, Science, Humanities, & Business indexes) Supplemental Library Resources Saint Leo encourages students to obtain a public library borrowing card at their earliest convenience. Many state libraries grant public library cardholders free remote access to multiple online databases containing full-text articles. For further information, contact your local public library. To find updated links to all state libraries, as well as public libraries, law libraries, and college libraries in your area, go to http://www.publiclibraries.com/. Must use this TEXTBOOK as one of your references***: Henderson, R.I. (2005). Compensation Management in a Knowledge-Based World (10th Edition), Prentice

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Visit any 2 websites that offer salary survey information and compare your position/salary with what is offered in those reports (you can either do this for your present position, one you have held in the past, or one you are very familiar with). Henderson (2006) notes several sources in your textbook: the U.S. Department of Labor, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Watson Wyatt Data Services/ECS, the Economic Research Institute (ERI), William M. Mercer Incorporated, and Organization Resources Counselors, Inc. (ORC) are all useful sites. &lt;br /&gt;
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Submit a summary report that addresses the following (you do not need to report your actual salary information):&lt;br /&gt;
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• Which sites did you visit? How useful and user-friendly were those sites?&lt;br /&gt;
• Where did the survey information come from? How was it collected?&lt;br /&gt;
• What is the title of the position you are examining?&lt;br /&gt;
• What is the title of the position on the sites that is most similar?&lt;br /&gt;
• What is the reported minimum and maximum level for the position?&lt;br /&gt;
• What is the reported midpoint for the position? &lt;br /&gt;
• In your experience, how does the actual salary compare?&lt;br /&gt;
• In your opinion, what data or information missing from the reports? &lt;br /&gt;
• What information in the reports surprised you?&lt;br /&gt;
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Expect to take approximately 2-3 pages written in APA format (double-spaced, 12 point font) to complete this assignment. Your work will be graded on completeness, clarity, originality, interest, APA format, grammar, spelling and punctuation. (see HRA written assignment grading rubric for more information). When citing your sources please, use proper APA formats. No plagiarism. This assignment will be turned into TURNITIN.COM. Also, please use the recommended sites indicated in the first paragraph. &lt;br /&gt;
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PLEASE USE ACCREDITED RESOURCES SUCH AS:&lt;br /&gt;
O*Net is preferred reference in terms of salary survey information***&lt;br /&gt;
Online Library Resources (Articles and eBooks)&lt;br /&gt;
Saint Leo provides an array of online article databases and eBook collections that support your classes. Use the Databases link under Find Info on the Cannon Memorial Library homepage to access the online resources.&lt;br /&gt;
CQ Researcher………………..…..….. (In-depth topical analysis by Congressional Quarterly)&lt;br /&gt;
Dissertations and Theses……..…..…. (A database of published Dissertations and Theses, including&lt;br /&gt;
those from Saint Leo University)&lt;br /&gt;
EBSCO ………………………………… (Comprehensive all-subject database, includes Business Source&lt;br /&gt;
Premier, Academic Source Premier, ERIC, ATLA)&lt;br /&gt;
Literature Resource Center……..……. (Comprehensive source for literary topics, includes Twayne&lt;br /&gt;
Authors)&lt;br /&gt;
Newsbank: America’s Newspapers…. (625 U.S. newspapers)&lt;br /&gt;
ProQuest……………………………….. (Comprehensive all-subject database, includes ABI/Inform Global)&lt;br /&gt;
PsycINFO………………………………. (APA abstracts and indexing for psychology subjects)&lt;br /&gt;
Westlaw………………………………… (Comprehensive legal resource)&lt;br /&gt;
Wilson…………………………………… (Includes Education, Science, Humanities, & Business indexes)&lt;br /&gt;
Supplemental Library Resources&lt;br /&gt;
Saint Leo encourages students to obtain a public library borrowing card at their earliest convenience. Many state libraries grant public library cardholders free remote access to multiple online databases containing full-text articles. For further information, contact your local public library. To find updated links to all state libraries, as well as public libraries, law libraries, and college libraries in your area, go to http://www.publiclibraries.com/.&lt;br /&gt;
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Must use this TEXTBOOK as one of your references***:&lt;br /&gt;
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Henderson, R.I. (2005). Compensation Management in a Knowledge-Based World (10th Edition), Prentice

 
HR Application 4: Check the Market!

Visit any 2 websites that offer salary survey information and compare your position/salary with what is offered in those reports (you can either do this for your present position, one you have held in the past, or one you are very familiar with). Henderson (2006) notes several sources in your textbook: the U.S. Department of Labor, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Watson Wyatt Data Services/ECS, the Economic Research Institute (ERI), William M. Mercer Incorporated, and Organization Resources Counselors, Inc. (ORC) are all useful sites.

Submit a summary report that addresses the following (you do not need to report your actual salary information):

• Which sites did you visit? How useful and user-friendly were those sites?
• Where did the survey information come from? How was it collected?
• What is the title of the position you are examining?
• What is the title of the position on the sites that is most similar?
• What is the reported minimum and maximum level for the position?
• What is the reported midpoint for the position?
• In your experience, how does the actual salary compare?
• In your opinion, what data or information missing from the reports?
• What information in the reports surprised you?

Expect to take approximately 2-3 pages written in APA format (double-spaced, 12 point font) to complete this assignment. Your work will be graded on completeness, clarity, originality, interest, APA format, grammar, spelling and punctuation. (see HRA written assignment grading rubric for more information). When citing your sources please, use proper APA formats. No plagiarism. This assignment will be turned into TURNITIN.COM. Also, please use the recommended sites indicated in the first paragraph.
PLEASE USE ACCREDITED RESOURCES SUCH AS:
O*Net is preferred reference in terms of salary survey information***
Online Library Resources (Articles and eBooks)
Saint Leo provides an array of online article databases and eBook collections that support your classes. Use the Databases link under Find Info on the Cannon Memorial Library homepage to access the online resources.
CQ Researcher………………..…..….. (In-depth topical analysis by Congressional Quarterly)
Dissertations and Theses……..…..…. (A database of published Dissertations and Theses, including
those from Saint Leo University)
EBSCO ………………………………… (Comprehensive all-subject database, includes Business Source
Premier, Academic Source Premier, ERIC, ATLA)
Literature Resource Center……..……. (Comprehensive source for literary topics, includes Twayne
Authors)
Newsbank: America’s Newspapers…. (625 U.S. newspapers)
ProQuest……………………………….. (Comprehensive all-subject database, includes ABI/Inform Global)
PsycINFO………………………………. (APA abstracts and indexing for psychology subjects)
Westlaw………………………………… (Comprehensive legal resource)
Wilson…………………………………… (Includes Education, Science, Humanities, & Business indexes)
Supplemental Library Resources
Saint Leo encourages students to obtain a public library borrowing card at their earliest convenience. Many state libraries grant public library cardholders free remote access to multiple online databases containing full-text articles. For further information, contact your local public library. To find updated links to all state libraries, as well as public libraries, law libraries, and college libraries in your area, go to http://www.publiclibraries.com/.

Must use this TEXTBOOK as one of your references***:

Henderson, R.I. (2005). Compensation Management in a Knowledge-Based World (10th Edition), Prentice

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