The relevant models for restructuring Human Resource practices

This is a paper that is focusing on the relevant models for restructuring Human Resource practices.The paper also provides additional tasks to follow in writing the assignment paper.

The relevant models for restructuring Human Resource practices

Description of Assessment Requirements

As a Human Resource Management Consultant, you have been invited by a company of your choice to advise them on the possibility of restructuring their HR practices in order to compete more effectively in the marketplace. In particular the Board of Directors would like you to address the following:

Task 1
Drawing on relevant models, analyse the approach of the company to the management of its human resources.

Task 2
Critically discuss its recruitment and selection in relation to strategic human resource initiatives.
Make relevant recommendations as to how it could improve this process.

Task 3
Discuss its approach to HRD and explain how this could be improved.

Task 4
Critically evaluate the classical theories of motivation and from your discussion of these theories propose a hybrid theory which may combine the most meaningful characteristics from a range of these theories and which you believe will have practical value in this organisation.

Task 5
In your advice to the company discuss the characteristics of effective leaders. Draw on relevant models to justify your analysis.

(Each task should be approximately 800 words in length)

General guidelines:

1. Your analysis must be grounded in appropriate academic literature and also must provide clear evidence of independent critical evaluation.

2. The coursework is an individual written assignment and worth 100%.

3. Your work submission can be in either report or essay format.

4. All research must be in a reference and also a bibliography attachment. Improper or lack of either of these constitutes plagiarism and this will result in a restriction of marks.

Assessment Criteria
Your assessment on the following criteria:
Firstly, ability to identify strategic HR issues relevant to the overall performance of the organisation (10%)
Secondly, coherence and depth of analysis of issues identified (20%)
Thirdly, ability to critically evaluate issues facing your chosen company in relation to relevant theoretical models covered in this module (20%)
Fourthly, use of relevant evidence based on personal research to support your analysis (20%)
Also, ability to achieve a personal synthesis by drawing relevant conclusions or making recommendations from the analysis and evaluation of relevant facts(20%)
Lastly, presentation in terms of appropriateness of referencing methodology, length, and quality and quantity of references used. (10%)