ASSIGNMENT ID
345525
SUBJECT AREA Management
DOCUMENT TYPE Case Study
CREATED ON 14th December 2017
COMPLETED ON 18th December 2017
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International Human Resources Management Case Study

a) Referencing: Incorporate the use of 15 academic sources (minimum) to support the discussion and use Chicago 16th edition referencing style. Failure to use a minimum of 15 academic sources will result in a penalty of 0.25 marks per missing source. b) Word count: Adhere to the 2000-word limit (with a leeway of +/- 10%; does not include the cover page, executive summary, contents page or the reference list). Failure to adhere to the word limit will result in a penalty of 0.25 marks deducted for every 50 over or under the word limit. c) Structure: Use a formal essay-writing structure where numbered headings are utilised and the appropriate format used (cover page, introduction, discussion, conclusion, recommendations and reference list) d. Academic writing: Use the conventions of academic writing: The assignments must be typed on white A4 paper with 1.5 spacing, and a 2.5cm margin at the top and bottom of the page, and on the right-hand and left-hand sides. You should use 12 point font for the text (14 point font for headings, if you like), Times New Roman (preferred). The assignments should be grammatically correct and well punctuated. As a tertiary level student, a high standard of written English is expected. Your assignments should be clear, concise, neatly presented, and easy to read. Failure to comply with these requirements will result in a significant loss of mark
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