Review Description. Thoroughly discuss and answer all Questions 1-9. Included Proper in-text citation. Using the Attached Contract Assessment Matrix Template.Use Attached AIUAPAWordTemplate2014. Use attached grade rubric.

Review Description. Thoroughly discuss and answer all Questions 1-9. Included Proper in-text citation. Using the Attached Contract Assessment Matrix Template.Use Attached AIUAPAWordTemplate2014. Use attached grade rubric.

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Review Description. Thoroughly discuss and answer all Questions 1-9. Included Proper in-text citation. Using the Attached Contract Assessment Matrix Template.Use Attached AIUAPAWordTemplate2014. Use attached grade rubric.

Q1. Select an educational environment of interest (e.g., K–12, higher education, or corporations).
Q2. Using the Internet resources, or independent research, locate a sample collective bargaining agreement/union contract that is representative of something you could encounter in this organization.
Q3. Evaluate the agreement/contract from the viewpoint of the organization’s management and human resources perspectives.
Q4. Select key provisions of particular interest to management or HR.
Q5. Create a business matrix (table) in Word, using the Attached Contract Assessment Matrix Template:
Q6. Use the template to summarize your analysis of key provisions and potential impact on management of the organization.

Q7. Finally, focus on three of the potential challenges.

Q8. Conclude your matrix product with a brief discussion of your suggestions for addressing the three challenges.

Q9. Document your sources, and include APA-formatted in-text citations as well as a reference list following the matrix.

Contract Assessment Matrix Template

Organization: ____________________________  Bargaining Group: ________________________  Contract Effective Dates: From _______ To _______

Matrix  with examples
Contract Requirement    Hiring
Practices    Compensation    Operations    Contract
Administration    Implementation Challenges
Recruiting    Must start with union local        Open position to be filled temporarily by most senior qualified person         May restrict pool of qualified applicants and slow the recruiting and selection process. Definition of “qualified person” not specific.
Supervisor monitoring            Supervisors will only monitor workers during actual shift hours and in the workers’ assigned work locations, not before or after shift times or in other locations.        Supervisors may be forced to overlook behavioral issues in or around the job site.

Discussion

Reference List