Its for CIPD level 5 the topic is ( using information HR) it’s about select an area of HR and write a business report as the instruction below ( feel free to choose the area of HR )
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(please follow the instruction very carefully)
Activity 1 – Report
Introduction 200 words
4 sources – Approximately 450 words each
Conclusion 300 words
Recommendations – In the form of a Gantt table/ chart {not included in the word count)
Activity 2 = 300 words
2.1 Identify an area of HR practice for investigation:
you should identify an area of HR/business practice for the focus of your investigation e.g. good practice in employee engagement, recruitment and selection, pay and reward, learning and development,
Please explain why you have selected the particular area e.g. to benchmark your own organisational practice against good practice reported in the literature
2.2 Conduct a critical review of different information sources relevant to the chosen area of HR/business practice:
critically evaluate at least four different information sources relevant to the area of practice – please remember they must be four different sources
3.1 Draw meaningful conclusions from the review and make justified recommendations for improvements in practice
4.1 Formulate a business report for identified stakeholders that includes an appropriate mix of diagrammatic and narrative formats:
You need to write a business report for identified stakeholders e.g. CEO, executive team, shareholders. A typical structure would be (please refer and use the template saved in our classroom)
Title page (report title and their name, submission date)
Executive summary (overview, methods of analysis, findings, recommendations)
Table of contents (list of numbered sections)
Introduction (terms of reference)
Main body (headings and sub-headings – these could be for each information source reviewed). Candidates should use a mix of narrative and diagrammatic formats where appropriate to present their findings.
Reference list/Bibliography using appropriate scholarly convention
Appendix if used i.e. information supporting their analysis but not essential to its explanation.
1.1 Summarise the stages of the research process and compare different data collection methods.
summarise the key stages of the research process.  This may include setting terms of reference (setting a clear research aim and objectives), understanding what is already known about a topic by undertaking a literature review, developing a research methodology, carrying out primary research, analysing and writing up findings, drawing conclusions and making recommendations.
you may select any two research methods to compare. Popular choices are likely to be interviews, questionnaires, focus groups and participant observation.

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