Bradford Enterprises has experienced rapid expansion over the last 12 months, gr

Bradford Enterprises has experienced rapid expansion over the last 12 months, growing from 10 locations and 3,000 employees in one state to 22 locations and 8,000 employees in seven states. Bradford Enterprises has decided to upgrade its HR approach and raise it to a new level to be more competitive. The company’s owner is looking to implement three specific HR tools to help the HR do its job well and manage this expansion. The tools are selection tests, a Human Resource Information System (HRIS), and succession planning tools. A committee was chosen to identify which selection tests, HRIS, and succession planning tools should be considered.
Create a detailed PowerPoint presentation, in no more than 10 slides of recommendations for the call center.  Use speaker notes to present additional detail or to explain the slides. Do not write speaker notes as if you were giving an oral presentation. Use speaker notes to explain slides, if needed.  Include the following points:
a. Identify specific criteria for the selection process of each tool (selection tests, HRIS, and succession planning). Support it with research.
b. Successfully recognize which selection criteria are most valuable for each tool.  Support it with research.
c. Analyze the chosen criteria for the three tools, showing how they differ.  Support it with research.
Format your presentation (in-text citations and references) consistent with APA guidelines. You may use speaker notes to help explain the slides, but speaker notes are not required. Do not use speaker notes as verbatim notes for oral presentations. It is not an oral presentation, and slides should be self-explanatory; if necessary, use brief speaker notes (one or two sentences) written in third person to help explain the slides . Write in third person, including speaker notes. watch for the imperative mode of verbs because it is in second person and should not be used in your assignments. Example: Train, Take, Do, Review, etc This implies (you) train, (you) take, (you) do, (you) review. It is fine to say, “managers should: train, evaluate, review, etc.” but it is wrong to say: Train, Evaluate, Review, etc. Use several scholarly sources to support your work. The textbook is not enough.  Support main comments/statements with scholarly research (several sources). Place the citation on the slide as close or next to the item that is acknowledging.
The assignment is to submit a PowerPoint presentation. Assignment susbmitted in other formats will earn a zero

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