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Instructions:
1. Each student will need to write an essay on ONE (1) of the TWO (2) topics
listed below.
2. The marking criteria for this essay are listed below
3. Late submissions will attract a marking penalty of 10% per day
4. Your essay needs to be based on research reported in academic journals.
5. For examples of suitable academic publications see the journal list in the
subject guide.
6. At a minimum, you need to draw on TEN (10) academic journal articles in your
essay.
7. To help you get started with your research, there are some suggested readings
related to each topic listed below. You will need to identify additional references
to help you inform your essay.
8. Format and layout
• 12-point font
• Double spacing
• Pages numbered
• Reference list on last page(s) of your essay
• APA referencing style
Options for the individual essay:
1. Technological advances are changing the way companies operate. How is
technology changing HRM? What are the implications of these changes for the HRM
profession?
Some suggested references to get you started on this topic:
Cascio, W. F., & Montealegre, R. (2016). How technology is changing work and
organizations. Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior, 3,
349-375.
Garcia-Arroyo, J., & Osca, A. (2019). Big data contributions to human resource management:
a systematic review. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, Online first:
https://doi.org/10.1080/09585192.2019.1674357
Ulrich, D. (2016). HR at a crossroads. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 54(2), 148-164.
2. Increasingly, companies rely on a blended workforce to create value. A blended
workforce combines a variety of employees on different contracts within one
organisation: permanent staff (full-time or part-time), fixed-term or casual
employees, temporary agency workers, independent contractors, and freelancers.
What are the implications of this trend for HRM?
Some suggested references to get you started on this topic:
Econie, A., & Dougherty, M. L. (2019). Contingent work in the US recycling industry:
Permatemps and precarious green jobs. Geoforum, 99, 132-141.
Fisher, S. L., & Connelly, C. E. (2017). Lower cost or just lower value? Modeling the
organizational costs and benefits of contingent work. Academy of Management
Discoveries, 3(2), 165-186.
Spreitzer, G. M., Cameron, L., & Garrett, L. (2017). Alternative work arrangements: Two
images of the new world of work. Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and
Organizational Behavior, 4, 473-499.
Zhang, M. M., Bartram, T., McNeil, N., & Dowling, P. J. (2015). Towards a research agenda on
the sustainable and socially responsible management of agency workers through a flexicurity
model of HRM. Journal of Business Ethics, 127(3), 513-523.