How human resources functions in healthcare organizations
Healthcare and Human Resources
Type: Individual Project
Unit: Human Resources Policies and Processes
Discuss how human resources functions in healthcare organizations benefit healthcare organizations and the individuals they employ
Analyze the role human resource management plays in employee advancement and training in healthcare organizations
Examine how human resources can enhance organizational performance in various types of healthcare organizations
Explain how issues related to the regulation of human resources by federal, state and other regulatory bodies affects organizational performance in healthcare management
Evaluate human resource processes, such as staffing and recruiting, compensation and benefits, performance management and training and development are conducted in various types of healthcare organizations.
You are a human resources director preparing your staff for a panel interview for a high-level health care executive position. A team of 5 individuals will comprise the interview panel, and you will be interviewing 5 people for the high-level health care administration position. All candidates will be asked the same 10 questions, and these questions must illicit all of the information that is needed to make the best selection for the candidate.
For this assignment, create 10 questions for a high-level health care executive interview process. Your questions should include a number of scenario-based inquiries that focus on health care ethics, health care law, leadership situations, strengths and weaknesses, reflective practices, leadership style, progressive discipline, and training and development.
You need to support you work with at least 4 academic or professional peer-reviewed sources published within the past 5 years to support why each of the questions is included. You should also include information about what should not be included in the panel questions and why these questions should be excluded.
This should be 3-5 pages, excluding the cover page, abstract page, and reference page.
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