Sample Business Studies Paper on Analyze Set of Worker Complaints: CapraTek

Assessment 2 Instructions: Analyze a Set of Worker Complaints

• Introduction
You are a consultant to the CEO of CapraTek. You were hired to analyze 30 worker complaint letters received by the company. Using the complaints and the data for CapraTek employees at the Illinois, Georgia, and Alabama sites, you will conduct an analysis of the complaints and their risk to the company. This analysis will be presented using a chart or table. You may use the sample CapraTek Complaint Analysis Chart [DOCX] provided.
When you have completed your analysis of the complaints, prepare a 1–2-page executive summary addressed to the CEO that summarizes the information in your chart. Your summary should describe any legal exposure resulting from the complaints, highlighting those that represent the most severe risk.
Please include both the chart and the executive summary in one document.
Preparation
Use the CapraTek Employee Complaint Letters [DOCX] and the CapraTek Employee Data [XLSX] files to complete this assessment. You can see an example of how complaint information can be organized in the CapraTek Complaint Analysis Chart [DOCX].
Instructions
1. Organize employee complaints in a chart, table, or other device. Include all relevant information in sufficient detail using these categories:
• Employee name.
• Work plant.
• Job title.
• Salary.
• EEO (Equal Employment Opportunity) classification(s), if any.
• Demographic data.
• Nature of the complaint.
• Description of legal risk (i.e., Title VII discrimination of age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, pregnancy discrimination, or risk for other tort liability such as OSHA violations, wrongful death, illness or injury, workers’ compensation claims, COVID-19 exposure, or other liability).
• Relevant legislation.
• Viability of each complaint.
• Ethical issues.
• Your reasons for finding each complaint to be legally viable or not.
2. Identify specific laws and/or regulations relevant to each complaint that suggests liability. Provide a rationale for each complaint indicating why it either does or does not suggest liability.
3. Assess risk for legal liability or lack of liability for all complaints based on the facts, providing a rationale supported by statutes, regulations, or case law.
4. Analyze ethical issues relative to each complaint with reference to a specified, recognized ethical framework.
5. Propose a conclusion for each complaint and provide a rationale.
6. Summarize the analysis in a 1–2 page executive summary that also highlights complaints that represent the most severe risk.
Submit both your table and executive summary for this assessment.
Additional Requirements
As you complete your assessment, be sure it meets the following guidelines:
7. Written communication: Use error-free doctoral-level writing, with original (non-plagiarized) content, logical phrasing, and accurate word choices.
8. Scholarship: Use 3–4 professionally reputable sources to support your main points and analysis. Be sure to include scholarly sources. Course readings may be included among the required sources.
9. APA formatting: All resources and citations should be formatted according to current APA style and formatting guidelines.
10. Length: 5–6 typed, double-spaced pages, in addition to the cover page, illustrations, reference page, and appendix.
11. Font and font size: Consistent, APA-compliant font, 12–point.
Please also note:
12. For this assessment, you are required to follow the Standard Naming Convention requirements and the Track Changes requirements for any files you upload. You will find the requirements on the DBA Submission Requirements page.
Competencies Measured
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the course competencies through the following assessment scoring guide criteria:
13. Competency 1: Create rule- and value-based arguments from human resource models and theories, supported with clear and relevant evidence that convey professional tone and style.
• Summarize the analysis in an executive summary that also highlights complaints that represent the most severe risk.
14. Competency 3: Examine the legal and ethical challenges of leading the reskilling of talent pools in a highly digitized global environment.
• Analyze ethical issues relative to each complaint with reference to a specified, recognized ethical framework.
15. Competency 4: Appraise multiple responses to a managing a human resource problem for compliance within ethical, legal, or regulatory frameworks.
• Assess risks for legal liability or lack of liability for all complaints based on the facts, providing a rationale supported by statutes, regulations, or case law.
16. Competency 5: Analyze an organization’s human resource management problem from the perspective of the legal and regulatory environment in which the organization operates.
• Organize employee complaints in a chart, table, or other device including all relevant information in clear categories and sufficient detail.
17. Competency 6: Evaluate compliance-based complaints filed with the EEOC, OSHA, and other governmental bodies using secondary data-sets.
• Identify specific laws and/or regulations relevant to each complaint, except where the complaint does not suggest liability; provide a rationale in either event.