Success as a human resource manager (HRM) relies on the ability to change with the organizational culture for duties and expectations. However, success in this position also requires knowledge of the legal framework for human resource management, recognition of employment practices that raise legal concerns, and executing direction and proposals of organizational approaches to employee situations that protect both the employee and the employer.
As a result of a variety of situations—such as a former elected administration’s approach to reducing the federal government footprint, to a pandemic that essentially required organizations to find ways to execute their mission from a distance—federal organizations steered their HRM approach toward more telework across some groups.
Write an analysis in Microsoft Word based on the remote work policies of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Discuss how the group’s policies around remote work balance employee rights, managerial efficiency, and social aspirations of the law.
Identify and summarize an organization’s established HRM policies on remote work for its employees.
Extrapolate the complexities—based on this organization’s policies on telework—concerning the balance of employee rights, managerial efficiency, and social aspirations of the law. What potential issues does telework raise for the HRM, managers and supervisors, and career senior agency leadership from organizational and legal perspectives?
Explain frustrations that members of the management team may potentially experience. What can be done to mitigate or reduce these challenges?
Cite at least 2 credible references beyond your textbook to support your assignment.
Format your citations according to APA guidelines.
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