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Brian McDonald spent his time away from work on his hobby, model trains. His train set was large and consisted of rare and one-of-a-kind trains. One day, while visiting with fellow train hobbyist Harry, Brian said, “When I retire in 2 years from Foodmart, I’m going to sell my trains and spend the rest of my life traveling on real trains.” Brian told Harry that he was the only person he planned to offer his trains to, because he knew Harry would take care of them. Harry said he looked forward to the day when he could buy the trains. Harry spent the next 2 years and most of his savings building a new 2,000-square foot room onto his house to make room for the trains. When Harry told Brian he was building the new room,Brian just smiled. Brian also heard that Harry borrowed money from his aunt to buy the trains. When Brian retired, he sold his trains to his neighbor, James. Harry sued Brian, claiming breach of contract, or in the alternative, for promissory estoppel. Who wins? Explain your answer.

Identify a regulatory or compliance requirement related to the employment relationship. The requirement may involve workplace safety, wages and hours, or retirement. What law governs the requirement? What obligations does that requirement create for the employer and employee? What may managers do to ensure compliance?

I need assistance in analyzing the following scenario!
A women work as a nurse at a facility which handled bariatric (treatment of obesity) patients. This type of patient has somehow increased in numbers at the medical facility (not sure why). A female nurse was reassigned from a bariatric patient to another non-bariatric patient. A male nurse was assigned to the bariatric patient. Is this a form of discrimination or sexual harassment? The patient never complained about the care received, this decision was made by the nursing supervisor. Any thoughts? Why would a decision like that be made? Any benefits?

Scenario:

You have just been hired as the “training department of one” for Got Cash Systems, Inc. Got Cash is a small company that is poised to grow quickly over the next six months. They have just patented a diesel fuel system that will greatly improve diesel fuel usage and operating mileage for fleet vehicles. Got Cash is forming partnerships with the two larger companies, and making sales and license renewal calls together.

Got Cash needs to hire at least 10 consultant/fleet installers, people who can work with the fleet vehicle fuel systems vendors and clients to determine needs, tailor the needs of the fleet, and train the clients on how to use the enhancements. In other words, Got Cash needs people with both technical and interpersonal skills. Got Cash’s CEO, Jane Smith, has directed you to “hire the best people you can and train them to do what we need them to do.”

In working with an external recruiter, you realize that it will be difficult to hire people with both excellent technical skills and interpersonal skills. Therefore, you decide to start from scratch – with the business strategy -and work your way through hiring and training from there.

Deliverable Length: 1250-2000 words

The new team of consultant/fleet installers has been hired, and part of their New Employee Orientation is to meet with you and review their employee development plans. The problem is, you don’t have one!

Do some research on employee development plans. The plan should not only provide the employees with goals and development options, but also help you evaluate the effectiveness of the training plan you designed. Create an employee development plan template that will suit all of the new employees in the software development department.

Can you give me advice? I can add more credits