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this is a paper that has interview. I will provide the answers. but need it to be  professional because is the finial project.

this is a paper that has interview. I will provide the answers. but need it to be professional because is the finial project.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0BsZt69B91Q Semester Project: “HRD During the Pandemic” (Due: April 28th; Points: 80) For this assignment, you will interview an HR practitioner (ideal candidate) or a manager, or an employee (which can be a friend/colleague/family member) about the impacts of the pandemic on HRD functions in organizations and write a paper with the results of the interview as well as your reflections (4-6 pages double-spaced excluding cover page, Font size 12). The purpose of this assignment is to help you think about contemporary applications of HRD knowledge and practice. It is essential that you critically examine how environmental changes impact HRD practices in organizations, HRD professionals’ roles, and individual workers. The interview should focus on the following key points, but can include additional questions if needed: Tell me about your organisation and your position. How has work changed for you as compared to before the pandemic? What have been some challenges you have faced in you work role because of the pandemic?  How have you overcome these challenges? What HR processes and functions have changed in your organization?  How did the pandemic impact your organisations’ training, onboarding, career development, coaching, mentoring, employee development practices? How did the pandemic impact your organisations’ other HR-related practices? What has the organization done well to help you during this time? What could have the organization done better?  What did your organisation learn from the pandemic with regards to developing human resources? What positive experiences have been generated as the result of adapting to the changes brought by the pandemic? The interview is where you will get much of the information for your paper, so your interview needs to be as useful as possible. Be sure to  Prepare a list of questions before the interview like the list above.  Take detailed notes during the interview.  Ask for detailed examples to help you understand your interview experiences. Conduct the interview online (preferably with a video chat) Record the conversation (preferably voice-only) with the permission of the interviewee. Plan for at least 30-60 minutes of conversation with your interviewee. Your paper will be the way to report and share what you learned during the interview. Your paper will include, at a minimum, the following (also see the Rubric on page 2 and 3): Cover page An introductory/opening paragraph Your findings from the interview A brief introduction of your interviewee. The main items you learned from your interviewee’s experiences (changes at work or organization, challenges, positive outcomes, coping strategies, and support).  The important lessons learned from this interview; what did you learn that you didn’t know? How did the interview change the way you thought about the pandemic’s impact on organizations and employees?  How do you connect your takeaways from the interview to class content and application of HRD practices?  Anything else you want to include. A summary/closing paragraph Appendix (interview questions and notes) Formatting requirements for the paper will follow the guidelines for written materials on page 4 of this handout. Grading Interview Paper (80 points) The following will be used to assign points for this paper: Expectations Are Not Met Expectations are Somewhat Met Meets and Exceeds Expectations Formatting require-ments 0-3 points More than two formatting requirements errors. 4-6 points Follows guidelines with less than two formatting requirements errors. 7-10 points Fully follows formatting requirements guidelines. Writing Quality and Clarity 0-3 point Writing quality contains more than five errors in: Grammar and spelling Punctuation Sequencing/logical flow within paragraphs Sequencing/logical flow from paragraph to paragraph throughout the paper Ideas are clearly presented. Introduction and summary paragraphs 4-6 points Writing quality contains no more than five errors in: Grammar and spelling Punctuation Sequencing/logical flow within paragraphs Sequencing/logical flow from paragraph to paragraph throughout the paper Ideas are clearly presented. Introduction and summary paragraphs 7-10 points Writing quality contains no more than two errors in: Grammar and spelling Punctuation Sequencing/logical flow within paragraphs Sequencing/logical flow from paragraph to paragraph throughout the paper Ideas are clearly presented. Introduction and summary paragraphs (continued on the next page) (grading rubric continued) Content and Depth of Reflection 0-20 points Paper may be missing the following: Missing one or more of the sections More than one section is underdeveloped and needs more detail/content. Missing sufficient depth of reflection in majority of the paper. 21-40 points Paper includes all of the items, meets/exceeds expectations column but may be missing the following: One section is underdeveloped and needs more detail/content. Missing sufficient depth of reflection. 41-60 points Paper includes all or a majority of the following: The required information with specific detail and clarity and demonstrates thoughtful reflection on the interview. The main elements of the interviewee’s field of work, or work history The main findings of the interview about effects of the pandemic such as challenges, positive outcomes, organizational support, coping strategies, and learning The important lessons learned from this interview; what you didn’t know before; what implications the pandemic has for HRD practices. Other information from the interview Policy for Written Assignments Organization and Logical Development: Guide your reader with an overarching purpose or theme that is introduced in the beginning of the paper/project, developed in the body and referred to in the conclusion. Paragraphs should be linked to each other in a logical sequence using transitional sentences. Build a solid case using assertions, arguments, examples, facts, opinions and details cited from the literature to explain your point and lend credibility to what your paper. Clarity: Construct concise purposeful sentences to assist your reader in clear understanding of your meaning. Grammar, Punctuation, Spelling: Use correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Verbs should agree with their subjects, sentences should be complete, and paragraphs are more than one sentence long. APA Style: All papers should use APA style which includes: Cover page (title of the paper, your name, course name) 1-inch margins on all sides. Double-spaced, Time New Roman, 12 point font.  Page number in the upper right corner (also Times New Roman, 12 point font). The first line of each paragraph is indented. There are no blank lines between paragraphs or between headings and paragraphs. Subheadings are not required, but should be considered as they offer a strong organizational structure to the paper. Cite sources properly within the text and provide a complete, properly-formatted reference list that begins on a new page. For more information on APA formatting, refer to the Perdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) website (https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ ) Writing Support: For additional writing support, contact the ISU Writing Center (http://www.isu.edu/success/writing/ )

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