Human Resources Manager

For this assignment you are to assume the role of the Human Resources Manager (HRM) for Acme Incorporated, a small industrial company located in the Midwest section of the United States.  The CEO has asked you to develop a comprehensive employee benefits plan for the entire company.

Assignment Instructions: Consider all of the information, both internal and external to Acme Inc. you must consider when developing and planning an employee benefits plan. What information is the most important to this planning process? Which might be the least important consideration?  Conduct research into this problem and cite your reasoning.

You are to support your ideas, arguments, and opinions with independent research, include at least three (3) supporting references or sources (NOT Wikipedia, unknown, or anonymous sources), and format your work in accordance with 6th edition APA formatting which includes:

  • A Title Page
  • Abstract with Keywords
  • A minimum of 3 FULL pages of written content, Times New Roman, 12 font, 1″ margins, left justified, and 
  • A Reference page

While this is a management/HR course, it is expected you will adhere to academic standards of writing which include spelling, grammar, and writing mechanics. 

Running head: SHORTENED TITLE, ALL CAPS 1

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Your Name

American Military University

Abstract

Type your abstract here. Notice that the abstract is not indented. The abstract is between 150 to 250 words and summarizes the main ideas in your paper. Do not use “I” or “we” in your abstract.

Keywords: List three to five of the keywords the reader will see in your paper

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Notice that main title is repeated above. First paragraph and all paragraphs are indented one half inch. When typing, be sure to type to the end of the line and continue typing without hitting the Enter key on your keyboard. If you hit the Enter key on your keyboard, your paper will not have correct double spacing because you will not be using word wrapping. It is important that your intro paragraph be 2-5 sentences long and that the last sentence is your paper’s thesis sentence.

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Begin your second paragraph here. This is a body paragraph. It should follow the SESC formula: State, Explain, Support, Conclude. The first sentence states the paragraph’s topic. The second sentence explains the paragraph’s topic with more detail. The third, fourth, and fifth sentences should provide support for the paragraph’s topic. If you are using sources, a good place to put them is in the support section. The last sentence of the paragraph concludes and refers back to the paragraph’s main topic.

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Begin your third paragraph here. This is also a body paragraph. It should also follow the SESC formula: State, Explain, Support, Conclude. The first sentence states the paragraph’s topic. The second sentence explains the paragraph’s topic with more detail. The third, fourth, and fifth sentences should provide support for the paragraph’s topic. If you are using sources, a good place to put them is in the support section. The last sentence of the paragraph concludes and refers back to the paragraph’s main topic.

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Begin your fourth paragraph here. This is a body paragraph. It should follow the SESC formula: State, Explain, Support, Conclude. The first sentence states the paragraph’s topic. The second sentence explains the paragraph’s topic with more detail. The third, fourth, and fifth sentences should provide support for the paragraph’s topic. If you are using sources, a good place to put them is in the support section. The last sentence of the paragraph concludes and refers back to the paragraph’s main topic.

Conclusion

This is the place for your conclusion paragraph. It does not have to be long. It should definitely refer back to the thesis of your paper.

References

Lastname, I. (2010). Title of article with only first word capped. Title of Publication22(3), 325-340. doi or URL.

Martocchio, J.J. (2011). Employee benefits: A primer for human resource professionals.

New York, NY: McGraw-Hill/Irwin.