U1d1-24-compare and contrast the differences in employee management

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Introduction

In this unit, you will be introduced to human relations systems that have developed in this country since 1700 and explore the traditional values of working in the public sector (Klingner, Nalbandian, & Llorens, 2010). You will discover that the patrician age has given way to the partnership era, and you will explore its popularity. This understanding of the past is critical for you to begin the development of a job design in today’s public workplace climate. A part of that understanding is knowing what is similar and what is dissimilar between the public sector and the for-profit sector. A major part of the difference is embedded in the ethics of delivering services to the public.

To conclude this unit, you will explore a case study of the management failures of the CIA during a time of crisis caused by failures in the understanding and enforcement of a culture of public service ethics and methods of delivering services to the nation.

Klingner, D. E., Nalbandian, J., & Llorens, J. (2010). Public personnel management: Contexts and strategies (6th ed.). New York, NY: Routledge.

Objectives

To successfully complete this learning unit, you will be expected to:

1. Evaluate traditional value differences between an organization that serves the public and a for-profit organization. 

2. Apply value principles in personnel management of public organizations. 

3. Identify potential consequences of failing to observe traditional values in public sector personnel management practices. 

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Readings

Use your Public Personnel Management text to complete the following:

· Read Chapter 1, “The World of Public Personnel Management.” Traditional values in public employee management are responsiveness, efficiency, employee rights, and social equity. The text explores different HR systems employed since the 1700s that have embraced these values in different ways. This background is crucial to an understanding of these values.

Use your Public Human Resource Management text to complete the following:

· Read Chapter 1, “Competing Perspectives on Public Personnel Administration: Civil Service, Nonstandard Work Arrangements, Privatization, and Partnerships.”

· Read Chapter 14, “Motivating Public Service Employees in the Era of the “New Normal”.” 

Research

locate three articles that contrast value systems in public organizations with those in the for-profit sector. 

 

Public and Private Organizational Values

Compare and contrast your understanding of the differences in values of employee management within public organizations and for-profit organizations. Use the materials you located earlier to support your position, being sure to cite your references according to APA guidelines.

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