July 25, 2012
School of Business
1. Summarize the actions that lead to the lawsuit. 2. Discuss what management could have done in terms of risk management to have prevented the events that lead to the lawsuit. 3. Discuss the ethical considerations reflected in the laws applicable to this case. 4. Determine which sources of law would be most relevant in this case and how management could leverage knowledge of those sources to prevent similar instances in the future. 5. Recommend what management might be able to do to pursue alternate resolutions (outside of court). 6. Research and cite at least 4 peer-reviewed academic sources in addition to the textbook. Summarize the actions that lead to the lawsuit
Training is the key to a business growth and change. To help ensure that the money for the training is well spent the company must choose their training programs wisely. When companies manage the training process they need to work closely with the human resources staff and also with the department heads to get a better understanding what training is needed. If training needs are address a good system will be put into place to train the employees. The five phases of the training process model (TPM) are as follows: 1. Analyze - Analyzing the need is crucial in identifying the information that must be addressed in the training program. In this step you would ask the question, “What do we want our employees to get out of the program?” A tool that is used to complete this phrase is to perform a “gap analysis.” A gap analysis is a tool that helps companies compare actual performance with potential performance. (Wikipedia 2011) During the gap analysis the company would ask questions like, “Where are we?" and "Where do we want to...