Help Assignment Three – Final PaperInstructions The Final P

Help Assignment Three – Final PaperInstructions The Final Paper (30%) In this final assignment, you will design a total rewards program based on an existing organization that you have studied earlier in the course or, with the instructor’s permission, a different organization.Before creating the final projected total rewards program, you will have conducted a research project in which you have obtained thorough and detailed information about organizational goals, objectives, and challenges. In addition, you will have obtained information about the current monetary and non-monetary rewards and work environment of the organization and the challenges or changes (such as expansions, downsizing, changes of services or products) the organization anticipates. You will have also designed metrics to evaluate the total rewards program.In the final paper, you will provide the research findings in a report of at least 10 pages plus a title page and a reference page. Provide at least eight sources (in APA format) in a reference list and respective in-text citations.Please be sure to use topic headings and include the following:Rubric Name: Assignment 3 Rubric Final PaperCriteriaLevel 5 Exceeds Expectations6 pointsLevel 4 Meets Expectations5.4 pointsLevel 3 Meets Some Expecations4.8 pointsLevel 2 Does Not Meet Expectations4.2 pointsLevel 1 Did Not Submit or Did Not Meet Minimum Expectations0 pointsCriterion 1Description, evaluation, and analysis demonstrate a very thorough and exceedingly well displayed understanding of the total rewards core elements, and demonstrate well how the rewards allow the organization to achieve its objectives and attract, retain, and motivate employees with the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs).Meets the requirements well for the description, evaluation, and analysis that demonstrate a thorough understanding of the total rewards core elements, and demonstrate well how the rewards allow the organization to achieve its objectives and attract, retain, and motivate employees with the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs).Description, evaluation, and analysis demonstrate a fairly thorough understanding of the total rewards core elements, and demonstrate fairly well how the rewards allow the organization to achieve its objectives and attract, retain, and motivate employees with the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs).Description, evaluation, and analysis does not totally demonstrate a thorough understanding of the total rewards core elements, and/or does not demonstrate well how the rewards allow the organization to achieve its objectives and attract, retain, and motivate employees with the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs).Did not submit or did not meet minimum expectations.Criterion 2Evaluation and assessment of the organization’s TRP are thorough, and they link extremely well to the organization’s objectives. Description of the organization’s future challenges and issues is thorough and well-documented and the alignment (or not) of the total rewards and the needed KSAs is clearly and convincingly articulated. The paper exceeds the expectations of most submissions.Evaluation and assessment of the organization’s TRP are thorough, and link well to the organization’s objectives; shows a good understanding of the core concepts of the course. Description of the organization’s future challenges and issues is thorough and well-documented and the alignment (or not) of the total rewards and the needed KSAs is clearly articulated.Evaluation and assessment of the organization’s TRP are mostly thorough, and the link fairly well to the organization’s objectives; shows a fair understanding. Description of the organization’s future challenges and issues is mostly thorough and fairly well-documented and the alignment (or not) of the total rewards and the needed KSAs is fairly clearly and articulated.Evaluation and assessment of the organization’s TRP are not thorough, and the link to the organization’s objectives is not made; shows a lack of understanding. Description of the organization’s future challenges and issues is not as thorough and well-documented as expected, and the alignment (or not) of the total rewards and the needed KSAs is not clearly or convincingly articulated.Did not submit or did not meet minimum expectations.Criterion 3More than one segmentation technique of employees is applied, or student designed own analysis and assessment technique to isolate employees who hold the requisite KSAs for the organization’s success. Analysis and assessment show thorough understanding of techniques of differentiation and identification of KSAs.At least one segmentation technique of employees is applied, or student designed own analysis and assessment technique to isolate employees who hold the requisite KSAs for the organization’s success. Analysis and assessment show a good understanding of techniques of differentiation and identification of KSAs.At least one segmentation technique of employees is applied, or student designed own analysis and assessment technique to isolate employees who hold the requisite KSAs for the organization’s success. Analysis and assessment show a somewhat thorough understanding of techniques of differentiation and identification of KSAs.The expectations for one segmentation technique of employees is not accurately applied or described, or student designed own analysis and assessment technique that did not seem convincing to isolate employees who hold the requisite KSAs for the organization’s success. Analysis and assessment show some but not adequate understanding of techniques of differentiation and identification of KSAs.Did not submit or did not meet minimum expectations.Criteria 4Recommendations for changes in total rewards demonstrate an innovative and clear alignment to the business objectives of the organization and the changes or issues existing. All TR components are included, plus the communication, feedback, and metrics for evaluation and the risks of not implementing is exceedingly effective. Recommendations for changes in total rewards demonstrate a professional and clear alignment to the business objectives of the organization and the changes or issues existing. All TR components are included, plus the communication, feedback, and metrics for evaluation and the risks of not implementing is effective. Recommendations for changes in total rewards demonstrate a fairly clear alignment to the business objectives of the organization and the changes or issues existing. Most all TR components are included, plus the communication, feedback, and metrics for evaluation and the risks of not implementing is fairly effective. Recommendations for changes in total rewards do not demonstrate a professional or clear alignment to the business objectives of the organization and the changes or issues existing. Not all the TR components are included, plus the communication, feedback, and metrics for evaluation and the risks of not implementing is not totally effective. Did not submit or did not meet minimum expectations.Criteria 5Paper shows excellent professional and academic communication, attends well to APA style, has no errors in grammar and mechanics, and shows an excellent use of appropriate outside resources. Topic headings are used very effectively to add to the flow of the paper.Paper shows good communication, attends to APA style, has no more than two or three minor mistakes in grammar and mechanics, and shows use of appropriate outside resources. Topic headings are used effectively to organize the paper.Paper shows fair communication, attends generally to APA style, but has more than two or three minor mistakes in grammar and mechanics, and does not shows an excellent use of appropriate outside resources. Topic headings are used fairly effectively to organize the paper.Paper shows less than good communication, does not attend accurately to APA style, has more than five mistakes in grammar and/or mechanics, and shows less than appropriate use of outside resources or does not meet the requirement for the number. Topic headings are not used effectively to organize the paper.Did not submit or did not meet minimum expectations.Overall ScoreLevel 5 Exceeds Expectations27.1 or moreLevel 4 Meets Expectations24.1 or moreLevel 3 Meets Some Expecations21.1 or moreLevel 2 Does Not Meet Expectations1 or moreLevel 1 Failure0 or more27.1 to 30 Points24.1 to 27 Points21.1 to 24 Points1 to 21 Points 0 PointsSubmit Files1. Provide a Title Page in Academic Format2. Give the Introduction and Purpose for the Paper3. Summarize and describe the organization, including its capabilities, key goals, objectives, challenges, values, and core competencies required for success.4. Demonstrate your knowledge of the total rewards model by describing the current total rewards philosophy of the organization and its three categories of offerings.5. Identify and describe the segmentation of the workforce (drawing up our study of how to differentiate employee groups depending on their drivers, such as flexible schedules, growth potential, desire for demonstrating individual expertise or team success, low obligation and easy income, or high obligation and high income).6. Describe further the current requisite capabilities of the organization and the competencies (knowledge, skills, and abilities) of the employees and, in your opinion, an analysis of whether the current needs will change given the issues faced by the organization.7. Recommend changes to the total rewards program, along with specific plans, including plans for communicating the changes and metrics that should be used by the organization to evaluate the success of the new program.8. Present the justification for your recommendations.9. Assess and discuss the risks of not implementing the program and the opportunities the program will give the organization.10. Provide your metrics for evaluating the total rewards program and share why you chose the ones you did.11. Present a general explanation for the timeline for implementation in the paper and submit the timeline as a separate assignment. You should refer to the implementation task list and timeline in the paper and share that it has been submitted as a separate assignment.12. Describe your conclusions and a summary of knowledge gained about total rewards through the activity.13. Reference Page (with at least eight scholarly sources)