This essay focuses on essay topics and lecturer requirements. The introduction to an essay is very important. It is the FIRST paragraph that the marker reads and should ‘grab’ the reader. Introduction paragraphs are usually about 5% of your essay word count.
Employee differences: One has a disability. One is paid significantly more than others. The other is 60 years of age and older than the others. One is planning on soon taking an extended family leave Session 3: Succession Planning—In this session, you recommend a process to identify and groom an internal candidate to move into a senior-level leadership position in a health care organization such as CEO, COO, and CFO. Instructions Consider the scenario above and imagine that your audience is a group of department managers. Write an executive summary that introduces the topics in an introductory paragraph and then describes the content to be delivered in each of the three sessions in detail.
Each session description should be two pages in length (six total pages plus cover page). Your work will be measured against the following criteria: Identify, and elaborate upon, four reasons for maintaining accurate and objective employee records. Analyze the legal implications or requirements of a termination decision. (Make sure to reference specific statutes or laws that govern this area of employment law.) Analyze the ethical facets of a termination decision. (Make sure to reference an ethical framework to support your assertions or positions.) Recommend and justify a process to identify and groom a candidate for a senior-level position. Additional Requirements Resources: Use four sources to support your writing. Choose sources that are credible, relevant, and appropriate.
It is very important. It is the FIRST paragraph that the marker reads and should ‘grab’ the reader. Introduction paragraphs are usually about 5% of your essay word count. In clearly-written sentences, the writer gives some background on the main topic; explains the academic problem and tells the reader what to expect in the rest of the essay. You can follow a basic pattern (recipe) for writing introduction paragraphs to help you get start. As essay topics and lecturer requirements vary, you will find that ‘the recipe’ will need to be adjust to suit the style of essay you will be ask to write.
Try to write your introduction straight from your question analysis, then review it many times while you are writing the body of the essay—this will help you to keep your essay on target (i.e. answering the set question). Note that most introductions generally only include references if definitions are take from an information source.