HRM599 Week 3 Article Review on Healthcare Programs
Please find an article related to Healthcare Programs. To help locate your article you can utilize the DeVry University Library through the HUB, or you may locate the article through your own source. The article should be from a current professional source that you would read as a manager in the benefits field. It should be a source that you would feel comfortable taking forward to your employer.
Once you have located and read your article, please complete a review of the article. The article review should consist of the following:
· Summary of the Article (two to three paragraphs maximum). Why was the article written about the topic at the current time? This should be completed in your own words and talk about the key points of the article. You should not repeat the article in your summary.
· How does this relate to the learnings for the week in class? What laws and concepts are covered that would help you in the area of benefits? How could you further elaborate on the concepts in the article?
· Based upon the article, what recommendations would you provide to the business community (an employer) from reading the article?
The article review must be completed in the APA format and utilize proper grammar. Papers without a reference page will receive zero points. The paper should be three to five pages in total. The article will be graded based upon the Benefits Rubric.
Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these Step-by-Step Instructions or watch this Dropbox Tutorial.
See Syllabus "Due Dates for Assignments & Exams" for due date information.
This week you should complete the Literature Review for your project. This part is not graded; however, completion of this part of the project will keep you on track to complete the assignment in the various parts by the due date. Review the course project tab under course home for specific details.
Part 3: Literature Review
Address what was discovered in the search of relevant literature, related articles, and the employee benefit text, as well as what was discovered in Part 2. This means not only reviewing theories, concepts, and studies discussed in the text or in class, but also reviewing websites and what other writers have to say about benefit plans. Given the limited number of weeks that a term provides and the number of steps involved in the course project following the literature review, no more than two weeks should be spent in reviewing literature. It is critical that those completing questionnaires, being interviewed, or providing information in any other manner be assured that their responses will be kept in the strictest of confidence and will not be discussed in whole or part to any member of the organization or outside the boundaries of the classroom.
I recommend you begin your literature search by accessing Keller’s Online Library. While you may use information obtained from HR-related websites, you must also obtain information from current scholarly journals, business publications, and newspapers. Ten or more outside resources or references are required.
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