Case Studies

Understanding Your Workforce

12/09/2012

Understanding Your Workforce 

 

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Bridging Generation Gap Across HCL Technologies

18/09/2012

This case study on HCL anchors the key driver of all multigenerational initiatives: employees first. The success of these initiatives lie in implementing them with a specific focus to engage employees across boundaries, going beyond the employee ecosystem, and covering community service. most of it in the nature of the india...

Case Studies of First, People Awards 2012-Winners

SHRM India has instituted HR awards to felicitate excellence and achievement in future focused areas by organizations in India. The best practices of the award winners and merit-holders of the SHRM Annual Conference Awards, 2012 have been presented as in-depth case studies for the benefit of HR professionals and people leaders.

The...

Case Study Series: Creating Synergy in A Four-Generation Workplace

By Rita Rizzo, MSc, CMC

05/10/2010

This case study, written for undergraduate students, is based on generational differences in a metropolitan children’s museum. Employees from various generations experience communication challenges, differing values systems, disparate approaches to work, and interpersonal conflict. Learners...

Role Reversals – A Case Study

By Lipsa Mohanty
13/5/2011
The client was undergoing a major acquisition in a country where it had previously operated through an affiliated company. Aroman International partnered with the client and ascertained that support was needed to align the previously affiliated company with the acquired company...

CASE STUDY SERIES: Designing a Pay Structure: A Case Study and Integrated Exercises

By Lisa A. Burke, Ph.D., SPHR
2009

Compensation is a critical area of human resource (HR) management, and one that can greatly affect employee behavior. To be effective, compensation must be perceived by employees as fair, competitive in the market, accurately based, motivating and easy to understand. This case is rated as slightly...

CASE STUDY SERIES: Employee Selection-Structured Exercises

By Marc C. Marchese, Ph.D.
This exercise introduces undergraduate students to the concept of employee selection, its benefits to organizations using this hiring approach and its complexities. At the end of this exercise, students will learn the steps required to design, implement and assess an employee selection process for a job...

CASE STUDY SERIES: Four Recruitment and Retention Case Scenarios

By Marcia R. Gibson, Ed.D.
In this series of four case scenarios on recruitment and retention, undergraduate students are presented with business-based scenarios and are asked to consider the staffing requirements for a new project. Students will learn to determine recruitment needs; identify recruitment policies and guidelines;...

CASE STUDY SERIES: International HRM Case Study—International Assignments

By Fiona Robson, Ph.D.
This case, based on a fictional U.K.-based organization, gives learners the opportunity to think about key decisions involved in international assignments and to transfer their knowledge of domestic HR issues to an international context. Students will learn about the main elements and issues related to international...

CASE STUDY SERIES: New Kid on the Block: Diagnosing Organizational Development Issues Using Data

By Steve Weingarden, Ph.D. 
2009

In this scenario-based case study, undergraduate business or HR majors explore how to diagnose organizational issues, particularly as they apply to talent management and organizational socialization and onboarding. Students will learn how to judge the accuracy of opinions versus...

12/09/2012 Understanding Your Workforce     Click here to download the case study
18/09/2012 This case study on HCL anchors the key driver of all multigenerational initiatives: employees first. The success of these initiatives lie in implementing them with a specific focus to engage employees across boundaries, going beyond the employee ecosystem, and covering community service. most of it in the nature of the india.  ...
SHRM India has instituted HR awards to felicitate excellence and achievement in future focused areas by organizations in India. The best practices of the award winners and merit-holders of the SHRM Annual Conference Awards, 2012 have been presented as in-depth case studies for the benefit of HR professionals and people leaders. The publication...
By Rita Rizzo, MSc, CMC 05/10/2010 This case study, written for undergraduate students, is based on generational differences in a metropolitan children’s museum. Employees from various generations experience communication challenges, differing values systems, disparate approaches to work, and interpersonal conflict. Learners assume different...
By Lipsa Mohanty 13/5/2011 The client was undergoing a major acquisition in a country where it had previously operated through an affiliated company. Aroman International partnered with the client and ascertained that support was needed to align the previously affiliated company with the acquired company and integrate the management teams. Action...
By Lisa A. Burke, Ph.D., SPHR 2009 Compensation is a critical area of human resource (HR) management, and one that can greatly affect employee behavior. To be effective, compensation must be perceived by employees as fair, competitive in the market, accurately based, motivating and easy to understand. This case is rated as slightly challenging and...
By Marc C. Marchese, Ph.D. This exercise introduces undergraduate students to the concept of employee selection, its benefits to organizations using this hiring approach and its complexities. At the end of this exercise, students will learn the steps required to design, implement and assess an employee selection process for a job position. This...
By Marcia R. Gibson, Ed.D. In this series of four case scenarios on recruitment and retention, undergraduate students are presented with business-based scenarios and are asked to consider the staffing requirements for a new project. Students will learn to determine recruitment needs; identify recruitment policies and guidelines; determine a...
By Fiona Robson, Ph.D. This case, based on a fictional U.K.-based organization, gives learners the opportunity to think about key decisions involved in international assignments and to transfer their knowledge of domestic HR issues to an international context. Students will learn about the main elements and issues related to international...
By Steve Weingarden, Ph.D. 2009 In this scenario-based case study, undergraduate business or HR majors explore how to diagnose organizational issues, particularly as they apply to talent management and organizational socialization and onboarding. Students will learn how to judge the accuracy of opinions versus data; develop an approach to...