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HR Case Evaluation #2
Review and assess the interview questions used by the Southwood School District. Develop a report in which you present your assessment.
First, look at each of the questions asked and assess/evaluate or determine which ones are important and which ones are not. Explain which ones should remain and which ones should be eliminated and provide a clear argument to support your suggestions. Use references to support your assessment.
Second, as part of this report, develop five additional questions that you believe should be asked by the principal and HR manager when selecting a new employee. Using references, provide supporting rationale to explain the five additional questions and any changes to existing questions. This assignment should be between 4-5 pages. Cite sources using APA format. Use a minimum of 3 to 4 references.
- Cover Page with Name, Date, and Title of Assignment
- Use headings to separate the sections of the paper
- Page numbers
- Times New Roman, size 12
- In-text citations to sources in APA style
- Reference page using APA style
- References not older than 3 years old
Rubric Name: HR Case Evaluation #2 - Rubric 2Criteria 1Advanced3 pointsSatisfactory2.75 pointsPartial2.5 pointsNot Satisfactory0 pointsAnalysis of Interview Questions - Explanation of Issues
Explanation of issues are stated clearly and described comprehensively delivering all relevant information. All inadequacies are correctly identified.
Explanation of issues are stated clearly and described sufficiently so that understanding is not seriously impeded by slight omissions.
Issues are not completely identified or there are omissions in analysis. Issues are left with ambiguities unexplored or overlooked.
Major issues are not identified or there are major omissions in the explanation. Issues have been unexplored or overlooked.Analysis of Interview Questions - Conclusions
Conclusions are logical, clear and reflect student's informed evaluation and ability to place evidence and perspectives discussed in priority order.
Conclusions are logically tied to questions and are identified clearly.
Conclusions are not clarified or tied to sufficient information. One or two conclusions are identified clearly.
Conclusions are oversimplified or inconsistently tied to parts of information.Criteria 2Advanced4 pointsSatisfactory3.5 pointsPartial3 pointsNot Satisfactory0 pointsSummary Development - Use credible reasoning and evidence in communication.
Concepts and ideas are fully developed and supported with credible sources. Reader can easily follow the author's logic and reasoning.
Concepts and ideas are developed and supported with credible sources.
Summary idea presentation is not cohesive. At times the writing forces the reader to determine the author’s train of thought.
Concepts and themes are not fully developed, presented in a cohesive manner or appropriately supported.Criteria 3Advanced6 pointsSatisfactory5.5 pointsPartial5 pointsNot Satisfactory0 pointsHR Manager Question Development
Suggested questions are well-written and appropriate. They fully reflect the student’s interview knowledge and skills.
Suggested questions are adequately written and appropriate.
Suggested summary questions are not adequate. They add little to the interview process. Major topics are not addressed.
Suggested questions are inadequate. They do not add value to the interview process.Criteria 4Advanced3 pointsSatisfactory2.583 pointsPartial2.25 pointsNot Satisfactory0 pointsAccurate use of resources
Incorporate sufficient use of appropriate research, supporting evidence, and relevant sources. Describes characteristics of essential information resources, including their limitations, and explains strategies for identifying and finding such resources.
Incorporate sufficient use of appropriate research, supporting evidence, and relevant sources. Does not describe all characteristics of essential information resources, including their limitations, and explains strategies for identifying and finding such resources.
Insufficient use of appropriate research, supporting evidence, and relevant sources. Limited characteristics of essential information and resources presented.
Insufficient use of appropriate research, supporting evidence, and relevant sources.APA Guidelines for in-text citations and References
The paper correctly cites in-text and lists three resources on the References page. If additional sources are used, they are included correctly.
The majority of in-text citations and the reference are properly cited; formatting is inconsistent/inaccurate in a few cases.
References are cited but incorrectly under APA style. The student has either used another format or incorrectly applied the APA style guidelines.
Inconsistent or missing in-text citations; fails to attribute an author’s word through APA citations.Writing Mechanics
Strictly adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: Conventions of written English, including, but not limited to capitalization and punctuation and spelling. No errors found. No jargon used.
Adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: Conventions of written English, including capitalization and punctuation and spelling. One to three errors found.
Minimally adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: Conventions of written English, including capitalization and punctuation and spelling. Over three errors found.
Does not adhere to standard usage rules of mechanics: Conventions of written English, including capitalization and punctuation and spelling. Over ten errors found.Overall ScoreA22.5 or moreB20 or moreC17.5 or moreDoes not meet expectations0 or more