Select a current topic in employee benefits as shown below and write a 6 page paper outlining the benefit issue and its implications to the organization and employees. *****please let me know which topic you are comfortable writing so that I can pick out a few references from the universities library for you to include in the paper. No outside references can be used. Only the textbook and universities library…
For example, recent movement away from Defined Benefit pension plans to Defined Contribution plans, increasing costs in medical plans and health care and how costs are shared by organizations and employees, retiree medical and prescription coverage – whose responsibility is it?
Page 470-500 in Compensation textbook.
• Legally required benefits
• Retirement and savings plan payments
• Life insurance
• Medical ad medically related payments
• Miscellaneous benefits
• Benefits for contingent workers
The principal characteristic of the paper is its rich content. The information is presented in such a way that the reader feels significantly informed by the author. The writer sustains a thoughtful, analytic argument, looking at ideas from more than one point of view, asking difficult questions and following them up with analysis. Student develops a thoughtful and well-defined interpretive approach and an awareness of his or her own position in relation to the positions in the assigned readings. The paper must, if required, demonstrate the writer making substantial interpretive connections between the ideas of two or more texts.
The papers will have at least 3-5 documented academic references, with both in-text citations and a reference page. Papers are to be submitted in correct APA format.
It is also marked by stylistic finesse: the title and opening paragraph are engaging; the transitions are substantive rather than superficial; the phrasing is tight, fresh, and highly specific; the sentence structure is varied; and the tone contributes to the meaning of the paper. Sentence-level error must be minimal. Finally the paper leaves the reader with a sense of having read—and being eager to reread—a complete, satisfying piece of work.
*****One or few of the references should come from this textbook please. The rest have to come from the universities library, which I will provide later.
Newman, J.M., Gerhart, B., & Milkovich, G. T. (2017). Compensation (12th Ed.) New York: McGraw-Hill Education.