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Critical Employment, Ethical, and Legal Scenarios in Human Resource Development

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Claretha Hughes, University of Arkansas

Copyright Year: 2020

Publisher: University of Arkansas

Language: English

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Table of Contents

Preface

Criteria for Case Scenario Analysis

Topic 1: Professional Responsibility and Relationships Between Career Development Professionals and clients

Topic 2: Providing Career Services Online

Topic 3: Using Technology and Social Media in Human Resource and Workforce Development (HRWD)

Topic 4: Supervising, Training, and Teaching Employees

Topic 5: Ethics of Mentoring

Topic 6: All Employees’ Access to Career Development, Training and Development, and Organization Development Activities

Topic 7: Power and Privilege Dynamics

Topic 8: Authenticity of Allies

Topic 9: Ethics of Career Development and Training and Development Assessments

Topic 10: Protected Class Bias

Topic 11: Covert Conditioning of Girls/Women Away from Male-Dominated Fields

Topic 12: Educational Opportunity Bias

Topic 13: Occupational Segregation and Promotional Ceilings

Topic 14: Confidentiality

Topic 15: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)

Topic 16: Artificial Intelligence (AI) and HRD

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  • About the Book

    This book provides mini-cases for HRD and other disciplines to use for engaging students in incident discussions. Exploring ways to solve problems and make decisions about situations that occur at work.

    About the Contributors

    Author

    Dr. Claretha Hughes is Professor of Human Resource and Workforce Development in the Department of Rehabilitation, Human Resources, and Communication Disorders, College of Education and Health Professions, University of Arkansas (UA). Her research interests include valuing people and technology in the workplace, technology development, diversity intelligence, learning technologies, and ethical and legal issues. She was Director of the COEHP Honors Program and serves on the Editorial Board of Advances in Developing Human Resources Journal. She has served as a mentor for minority undergraduate research students in the former UA Carver Project Summer program. She has served as an internal program reviewer at UA and an external reviewer of the Department of Workforce Education and Development for Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.