Look at the Conceptual Model of HR. Choose onearea you find interesting and conduct a literature review. See:
Learn how to write a review of literature
Requirements and AssessmentContent (70%)A goodrule of thumb is that no more than 20% of a paper should be from direct quotes.The content is substantial andrepresents a significant literature review. In other words, the material extendssubstantially beyond the course readings.The issues discussed are key facets of the topic.The references represent scholarlysources. Plan to use 8-12 sources forthe paper. (Use UMGC’s library. The librarians are very helpful.) Allreferences are cited and all citations are referenced.Sources published prior to 2010 should beavoided, except whensome brief history of the topic is necessary.Critical Thinking Skills (15%)Theintroduction tells the reader the purpose and topic of the paper.Theinformation is synthesized and relates back to the purpose and topic of thepaper.Presentation (15%)Special terms are defined.Points are logically sequenced; thepaper is well-organized.The summary recaps the key points andprovides closure to the discussion.Technical aspects of writing (i.e.,grammar, sentence structure, and spelling) are correct.The body of the paper does not exceed 8 double-spaced pages. (The page limit asks you to think about whatis most important and to communicate it concisely. This is a valuable business skill sincemanagers often have time to read only the executive summaries or the first pageof a resume! Note: This does not mean that substance should besacrificed; it just means it should be presented concisely.)Citations are given for non-originalmaterial, using APA format for the in-text citation as well as the referencelist.