Step 1: Examine Comparator Group CompaniesRefer to the SEC Form DEF14A Annual Proxy Statement obtained during Unit 1, identifying the company’s comparator group.Visit each of the companies’ Investor Relations Web sites. Download and review copies of their most recent SEC Form DEF14A, Proxy Statement, focusing on Compensation Philosophy, Executive Compensation, the Report of the Compensation Committee, and compensation plans up for vote or ratification by shareholders, if any.Step 2: Library Research and Review of Comparator Group CompaniesUsing the Library databases below, review business research reports on the comparator companies.http://careered.libguides.com/university_AIUOnline/companyresearchBusiness Source Complete (EBSCO): Business Source Complete offers full text coverage in all disciplines of business, including marketing, management, accounting, finance and economics. Additional full text, non-journal content includes market research reports, industry reports, country reports, company profiles and SWOT analyses.Media and Public Relations DatabasesUsing the Library databases below, search for stories and articles on the company relating to strategic human resources topics (e.g., employee or labor relations, human capital management, compensation and benefits, diversity, affirmative action, outsourcing, downsizing, employment law matters, etc.) published in the last 12 months.Newsstand (Proquest): Proquest Newsstand offers access to full text of over 1,300 newspapers. The collection includes national newspapers including.Regional Business News (EBSCO): Regional Business News provides full text for more than 80 regional U.S. and Canadian business publications.Step 3: Assessment of the Comparator Group Human Resources PostureBased on analysis of information obtained in Steps 1–3, prepare a professionally written report assessing the overall comparator group’s human resources posture, suitable for presentation to the senior executives of the company. Your report should present your assessment of the human resources areas listed below. The body of the report should be 8–10 pages excluding title, references page(s), and any appendices.Benefits and CompensationBusiness Leadership and StrategyDiversityEmployee RelationsEthics and Corporate Social ResponsibilityOrganizational and Employee DevelopmentTalent ManagementTechnologyBest Practices in Human Resource ManagementThis must be 8-10 Pages excluding Title Page, Reference Page(s), and any other Appendices.
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