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These activities will provide you with the opportunity to access various principles of Supervision and analyze actual job descriptions for supervisory/management positions as listed by actual business organizations in today’s business environment.
BUS-135 Course Research Project “Page” Overview:
Page 1: Cover Page (one page, include ALL information from the provided example)
Page 2; 3; and 4: Note: Select “three” actual job descriptions from “three” different organizations. Discuss the main differences between all “three job descriptions” regarding job responsibilities, job duties, job minimum qualifications, and job preferred requirements. Discuss the main differences between all three (3) job descriptions regarding two (2) main questions (review the example found under the Course Research Project tab). Each page MUST BE A FULL PAGE with at least three (3) paragraphs each.
Page 5: References Note: (One page. You must copy-and-paste your three (3) job descriptions as references).
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This assignment is due by 11:59pm on May 10.
This document provides you with an example of what your final assignment should look like: BUS-135 Course Research Project Example.doc BUS-135 Course Research Project Example.doc – Alternative Formats
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Students must answer the writing assignment using the above listed formatting requirements. Students must completely answer each question or set of questions correctly for full credit.
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