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TEXTBOOK CASE STUDY (GROUP) MGT 6620 MMgt Copy the Case Title here (delete this instruction

before finalizing your file/report)You are required to strictly use this template to type and submit your assignment. Do not provide a cover page. (delete: List group members alphabetically) First name (matric), First name (matric), (matric),* First name (matric), First name (matric), First name (matric) (delete this instruction before finalizing your file/report) group leader* E-mail of sender on behalf of the group: .................................. (retain only the applicable; delete this instruction before finalizing your file/report) Our group case 1 of 2 2 of 2 Due date: . Date of submission: .. Our filename: Group leaders first name-Short title (delete this instruction before finalizing your file/report) (Short title = Radio, Apple, Recruiting, Reviews) Destination e-mail: yusof.edu@gmail.com (If instructed: yusof@iium.edu.my) Question: (copy and paste the question here) ANSWER (delete this instruction before finalizing your file/report) Underline or boldface key words or points (to facilate marking/grading). Only one appendix is permitted per case. (delete this instruction before printing/sending your report/attachment): Each student group submits only two case reports as specified, but presents orally only one of them as assigned. A group may have to read on a topic related to case prior to coverage in class in order to successfully answer the case question(s). A member who does not present orally gets no marks/grade for the presentation).

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DELETE this and the remaining pages before submitting. Noe, R.A., Hollenbeck, J.R., Gerhart, B. and Wright, P.M. (2011). Fundamentals of Human Resource Management (4th Ed.). McGrawHill. Chapter Two - Trends in Human Resource Management Radio Flyer Rolls Forward Q1`: Y: How could a human resource manager help Radio Flyer get the maximum benefit from the motivational efforts described in this case? Discuss by using only one key theme, from a specific Maqasid al-Shariah perspective. (Your answer for should not exceed 250 words, 1 line spacing, 11-point, TNR, A4). Chapter Five - Planning for and Recruiting Human Resources Apples Make-vs.-Buy Decision Q1: Y: Given the ideas presented about Apples strategy, what HR actions would be most suitable for supporting that strategy? (Consider especially the options in Table 5.2). Discuss by using only one key theme, from one of the Fiqh rulings. (Your answer for should not exceed 250 words, 1 line spacing, 11-point, TNR, A4). Chapter Six: Selecting Employees and Placing Them in Jobs When Recruiting on Campus is Too Costly Q2: Y: Compare in-person interviewing with video or online interviewing in terms of effectiveness criteria (reliability, validity, ability to generalize results, utility, and legality). Write your main point for each of the criteria for the two alternative methods (in-person with video vs. online interviewing) in a table. Which method is superior? Why? Discuss by using only one key theme, from one of the Fiqh rulings. (Your answer for should not exceed 250 words, 1 line spacing, 11-point, TNR, A4). Chapter Eight: Managing Employees Performance When Good Reviews Go Bad Q2: Y: How can managers and HR departments minimize the likelihood of disputes over whether employees are continuing to perform at the same level? Discuss by using only one key theme, from a Tawhidic perspective. (Your answer for should not exceed 250 words, 1 line spacing, 11-point, TNR, A4). Exclude this page from your submission. It is only for your information/reference. Case Distribution and Oral presentation Week 4 Week 5 Leader Radio Apple Oral + Report Oral + Report Report Report Oral + Report Report

Week 9 Recruiting

Week 10 Reviews Report

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Report Oral + Report Oral + Report

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Note: Each group consists of 3 to 5 members, depending on class size; each of remaining class members may join one of the existing groups.

Groups A group should contain members from diverse backgrounds, i.e. different nationalities, religions, and areas of specializations. Five members per group; each of the remaining three joins one of the existing groups. Two groups with five members each, and three groups with six members each; 2 X 5 = 10 people; 3 X 6 people = 18; total = 28 people. First name of each member alphabetically (A-Z) * after the name of group leader Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Group 5