Critically examine the role of the intelligence analyst. How should the role be developed; what skills/tool do analyst need to carry out their work effectively; and what are the significant barriers to analysts’ success?

Intelligence Analysis

Essay Question – Critically examine the role of the intelligence analyst. How should the role be developed; what skills/tool do analyst need to carry out their work effectively; and what are the significant barriers to analysts’ success?

Summarize the expected outcomes, the questions to be answered, and the expected results that would indicate success of the program or policy.

Research Question and Introduction Development

Present your research question and introduction from the assignment you completed in Week Two.

Describe the program or policy that is to be evaluated, including its purpose, stakeholders, history, and outcomes, which will be part of your introduction and description you completed in Week Two.
Explain the impact of relevant issues, including potential political, social, economic, and/or cultural constraints associated with this program or policy.
Proposal Narrative

Summarize the expected outcomes, the questions to be answered, and the expected results that would indicate success of the program or policy.

The “Evaluation Proposal,” Final Paper

Describe the program or policy that is to be evaluated, including its purpose, stakeholders, history, and outcomes, which will be part of your introduction and description you completed in Week Two.

Present your research question and introduction from the assignment you completed in Week Two.

Literature Review
From the assignment you completed in Week Four, compose a literature review comprised of previous scholarly material and research results relevant to your selected topic.

Program or Policy Description

Describe the program or policy that is to be evaluated, including its purpose, stakeholders, history, and outcomes, which will be part of your introduction and description you completed in Week Two.
Explain the impact of relevant issues, including potential political, social, economic, and/or cultural constraints associated with this program or policy.
Proposal Narrative

Present your measures and methodology from the assignment you completed in Week Three.
Critique the design of the program or policy by describing the methodology, including the data to be collected, the means of collection, and how the data will be used.
Identify a proposed budget and projected schedule for the evaluation.
Summary
Summarize the expected outcomes, the questions to be answered, and the expected results that would indicate success of the program or policy.

Explain the impact of political and ethical issues associated with program evaluation. Explain the process involved in formulating and developing a quality evaluation question.

What Makes A Good Evaluation Question

Prior to beginning work on this discussion forum, be certain to have read all the required resources for this week.

In your initial post, briefly describe the components of a good evaluation question. Explain the impact of political and ethical issues associated with program evaluation. Explain the process involved in formulating and developing a quality evaluation question. Identify pertinent components that good evaluation questions should contain. In addition, identify an appropriate topic for the Final Paper, and formulate a preliminary research evaluation question relevant to that assignment.

Identify who is subject to which employment laws and understand the implication of each of these laws for both the employer and employee.

The Regulation of Employment
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Learning Objectives

After completing this chapter, you should be able to:

Describe the balance between the freedom to contract and the current regulatory
environment for employment.

Identify who is subject to which employment laws and understand the implication of each of these laws for both the employer and employee.

Delineate the risks to the employer caused by employee misclassification.

Explain the difference between an employee and an independent contractor and the tests
that help us in that determination.

Articulate the various ways in which the concept “employer” is defined by the various
employmentrelated regulations.

 Describe the permissible parameters of noncompete agreements

Explain the post–Civil War statutes, including what each is and what it does.  Discuss what management can do to comply with Title VII.

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
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Learning Objectives

After completing this chapter, you should be able to:

 Explain the history leading up to passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Give examples of the ways that certain groups of people were treated -differently before
passage of the Civil Rights Act.

Discuss what is prohibited by Title VII.

Recognize who is covered by Title VII and who is not.

State how a Title VII claim is filed and proceeds through the -administrative process.

Determine if a Title VII claimant is able to proceed after receiving a -noreasonablecause
finding.

Distinguish between the various types of alternative dispute resolution used by the EEOC.

Explain the postCivil War statutes, including what each is and what it does.

 Discuss what management can do to comply with Title VII.

Provide a conclusion or an opinion without explaining the reason for the choice. For full credit, you must use the material from the textbook by using APA citation with page numbers when responding to the questions.

Your responses should be well-rounded and analytical and should not just provide a conclusion or an opinion without explaining the reason for the choice. For full credit, you must use the material from the textbook by using APA citation with page numbers when responding to the questions.
Utilize the case format below.
Read and understand the case. Show your analysis and reasoning and make it clear you understand the material. Be sure to incorporate the concepts of the chapter we are studying to show your reasoning. For each of the cases you select, dedicate one subheading to each of the following outline topics.

Discuss common gender realities which clash with common basis for illegal workplace determinations.

Discuss common gender realities

Discuss common gender realities which clash with common basis for illegal workplace determinations.

Response in two Paragraphs at least two to three paragraph of 6 sentences each:

Response to the following post in one Paragraph L.H :

Discuss common gender realities which clash with common basis for illegal workplace determinations.
Professor/Class,

Here are just a few of what gender realities look like in the workplace from the reading in Chapter 8.
• Women are better suited to repetitive, fine-motor-skill tasks.
• Women are too unstable to handle jobs with a great deal of responsibility or high pressure.
• Men make better employees because they are more aggressive.
• Men do not do well at jobs requiring nurturing skills such as day care, nursing, elder care, and the like.
• When women are criticized at work, they will become angry or cry.