HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (HRM)DISENGAGED EMPLOYEES DISENGAGED EMPLOYEES.
Module 1 – SLP Organizations and Human Resource Management (HRM)Disengaged Employees .Disengaged employees and counterproductive behaviors have become the norm in many organizations, and as a result, organizations are implementing more stringent policies, enforcing regular trainings, and installing cameras throughout the workforce. Examples of counterproductive activities include daydreaming, looking busy, moonlighting, and even cyberloafing. When an employee is daydreaming, he or she appears to be working but in reality is distracted by non-work-related thoughts and fantasies. When an employee is looking busy, he or she pretends to be busy or overwhelmed with work. An employee who is moonlighting uses company time and resources to complete personal tasks. An employee who is cyberloafing uses a company computer to send personal emails, chat online, or use the Internet for their personal satisfaction. The following table represents signs of employee disengagement:Signs of Being PhysicallySignsMeaning to HR ManagementImplicationsTardinessIntentionally arriving to work late or leaving work earlyPunctuality issuesLong or Excessive BreaksIntentionally taking long breaks or too many breaksProductivity issuesMissing MeetingsIntentionally neglecting important work functionsReliability issuesDisregarding DeadlinesIntentionally being carelessCommitment issuesExcessive AbsencesIntentionally disrupting the workflowDependability issuesHigh-quality organizational citizens refrain from counterproductive activities and being disengaged from their organization.For this SLP, you will write a paper describing why you or someone you know has been disengaged from the organization. You will provide specific examples throughout your paper. Furthermore, you will discuss solutions for each issue that you discuss from an HR managers perspective.SLP Assignment ExpectationsYour paper should be 24 pages, not including the cover sheet and reference page. You are expected to deal with these issues in an integrated fashion, rather than treating them as a series of individual questions to be answered one by one and left at that.You will be particularly assessed on:Your completion of all the steps in the exercise.Your ability to synthesize information and present a concise and meaningful paper.The clarity and quality of your writing.SLP Assignment Expectations (Structure)Make sure that you use your own language (rather than copying sentences from the article).Your paper will be graded based on the following criteria: Precision, Clarity, Breadth, Depth, Grammar/Vocabulary, Referencing, and Application.Use 12-point type size (Times New Roman), double-spacing, and one-inch margins. Add a cover page and a references list.Cite your sources: APA Style – Trident requires all PhD work to be in APA form. We also encourage all other students to comply with guidelines for proper citation of references. You may use the tutorial found on the following link (press view the tutorial): http://www.apastyle.org/learn/tutorials/basics-tutorial.aspx?apaSessionKey=4532A4A4911C1E8D5E885C141739A382